Desideriamo segnalare questo interessante corso organizzato dalla nostra socia Università degli Studi di Pavia con il contributo di alcuni importanti colleghi internazionali.


Data di svolgimento: dal 6 al 10 maggio 2024

Luogo di svolgimento: Palazzo Vistarino, via sant’Ennodio 26, Pavia, Italy.


  • Ferdinando Auricchio. Professor of Mechanics of Solids at University of Pavia, Italy. Expertise: constitutive modeling of innovative materials, biomechanics, FEM. Projects: “3D@UniPV: Virtual Modeling and Additive Manufacturing (3D printing) for Advanced Materials”.
  • Manfred Bischoff. Head and Professor of Institute of Structural Mechanics at University of Stuttgart, Germany. Expertise: nonlinear computational structural mechanics and dynamics, modeling and analysis of shells, FE technology, structural optimization, contact problems, isogeometric analysis, adaptive structures.
  • Carlo Lovadina. Professor of Numerical Analysis at University of Milan, he mainly works on Galerkin methods for problems arising from Continuum Mechanics. He has contributed to design and theoretical analysis of FE and isogeometric methods for elasticity, including thin structures. Recently, his studies are focused on virtual element method applied to engineering problems.
  • Alessandro Reali. Professor of Mechanics of Solids and Head of the Department of Civil Engineering and Architecture at University of Pavia, Italy. Expertise: isogeometric analysis, advanced constitutive modeling, mixed FE, and strong-form methods.
  • Giancarlo Sangalli. Professor of Numerical Analysis at Mathematics Department of University of Pavia, Italy. Expertise: multiscale numerical methods, domain decomposition methods, isogeometric methods, with application in solid, fluid mechanics, and electromagnetism.
  • Robert L. Taylor. Professor of the Graduate School, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, USA. Expertise: computational mechanics, element technology, contact problems, solution algorithms and software development.