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MEchanics
MAthematics

The research objective of the Applied Mechanics Division is the theoretical prediction of the behaviour of solids and fluids, with the help of new mathematical modeling and computer simulation techniques. Applications concern new materials and their forming processes. The main research topics are :

  • Fluid mechanics (polymers, foams, suspensions, turbulence)
  • Solid mechanics (composites materials, damage mechanics)
  • Simulation of industrial processes (extrusion, injection moulding, crystal growth)
  • Numerical methods (finite element methods, adaptive methods, stochastic methods)
  • Algorithms for scientific computations (parallel computing)

Mechanics
Mathematics
Ocean Modelling
Finite Elements
Mesh Generation
Biomechanics
Rheology
Composites
Cristal Growth

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vignette bruno
Development and implementation of a parallel explicit multirate time stepping strategy for accelerating discontinuous Galerkin computations
By Bruno Seny (Public Defense: October 17th, 2014, 16h15, Auditorium BARB94)
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A mesh-based technique for solving CFD problems with embedded geometries: Anisotropic adaptive "nearly" body-fitted mesh approach
By Dieu Linh Quan (Public Defense: October 16th, 2014, 16h15, Auditorium Sud19)
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Anouk de Brauwere VLIZ

L’Institut Flamand pour la Mer (VLIZ) a remis vendredi 7 mars son North Sea Award 2013 à Anouk de Brauwere, Chargée de recherches F.R.S-FNRS à l’IMMC de l’UCL.
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Sea ice rheologies for large-scale models
By Sylvain Bouillon (Public Defense: March 22nd, 2013, 15h00, Auditorium BARB94)
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Each member of MEMA is invited to present a seminar related to one of his research papers or tools useful for the community. The length of a seminar is 20 minutes, followed by 20 minutes of discussion. External speakers may also be invited. Contact Sébastien Blaise for details.
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vignette melchior
Multimesh Iterative Schemes and Model Reduction for Linear and Nonlinear Advection-Diffusion Equations
By Samuel Melchior (Public Defense: June 12th, 2012, 16h15, Auditorium BARB92)
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vignette willemet
Blood Flow Modeling for Patient-Specific Bypass Surgery in Lower-Limb Arteries
By Marie Willemet (Public Defense: February 17th, 2012, 16h15, Auditorium BARB94)
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vignette lietaer
Finite element methods for sea ice modeling
By Olivier lietaer (Public Defense: October 21st, 2011, 16h15, auditorium Barb94)
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Tsunami au Japon
Des chercheurs UCL sont parvenus à modéliser la propagation du tsunami qui a frappé le Japon. En Europe l'UCL est l'une des seules universités à avoir réalisé ce genre de test.
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Jonathan Lambrechts
Finite Element Methods for Coastal Flows:
Application to the Great Barrier Reef

by Jonathan LAMBRECHTS (Public Defense : March 1st, 2011, 16h00, SUD11)

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Comblen vignette
Discontinuous finite element methods for two - and three - dimensional marine flows

by Richard COMBLEN (Public Defense : September 17th, 2010, 14h00, BARB93)

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Gaetan Compere PhD Thesis
Mesh adaptation with large deformations : theory, algorithms and implementation

by Gaëtan COMPERE (Public Defense : December 18th, 2009, 16h15, BARB93)

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Maxime Melchior thesis vignette
Modelling of texture and hardening of TWIP steel - Advanced finite element representation of polycrystalline aggregates

by Maxime Melchior (Public defense : December 11th, 2009, 17h00, BARB93)

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athérosclérose
Les professeures Valérie Lacroix et Emilie Marchandise développent des techniques innovantes en chirurgie de pontage artériel. Une vidéo permet de se faire une idée de ces recherches sur la principale maladie de nos artères.
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30 days simulation
Development of a Finite Element marine model

by Sébastien Blaise (Public defense : November 6th, 2009, 16h00, BARB94)

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Modélisations océans
Depuis plus de dix ans, des chercheurs de l’UCL travaillent sur de nouvelles manières de modéliser les océans. Avec des collègues internationaux, ils feront le point sur leurs avancées scientifiques en septembre prochain.
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Lonely Frog
Discontinuous Galerkin Methods for Geophysical Flow Modeling

by Paul-Emile BERNARD (Public defense : November 14th, 2008, 16h00, BARB94)

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wu thesis
Numerical Simulation of Czochralski Bulk Crystal Growth Process : Investigation of Transport Effects in Melt and Gas Phases
by Liang WU (October 3rd 2008, 16h20)
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Each member of MEMA is invited to present a seminar related to one of his research papers or tools useful for the community. The length of a seminar is 20 minutes, followed by 20 minutes of discussion. External speakers may also be invited. Contact Sébastien Blaise for details.
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