One Nonlocal World, Opening Event
The One Nonlocal World project is an iniatiative that aims to keep connected people all around the world working on -or interested to learn- on nonlocal problems, modeling, analysis and computational through online workshops and events, specially during COVID times.
On January 22nd. and 23rd. there is an opening event via Zoom.
To attend just email to Marta D’Elia : firstname.lastname@example.org
Jan 22 | Max Gunzburger, Florida State University
Approximate Euclidean balls and quadrature rules for efficient and accurate finite element methods for nonlocal problems
Jan 22 | George Karniadakis, Brown University
Jan 22 | Stewart Silling, Sandia National Laboratories, NM. The Role of Nonlocality in Continuum Mechanics
Jan 23 | Robert Lipton, Louisiana State University
Nonlocal Elastodynamics and Fracture
Jan 23 | Erdogan Madenci, University of Arizona
Peridynamics enabled learning partial differential equations
Jan 23 | Ricardo Nochetto, University of Maryland
Uniform BPX Preconditioner for the Integral Fractional Laplacian
Florin Bobaru, University of Nebraska-Lincoln (Jan 23rd)
Why and when do m-convergence curves of peridynamic models intersect at the exact classical solution value? abstract.
Olena Burkovska, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (Jan 23rd)
Learning nonlocal parameters in fractional Laplace type models, abstract.
Xingjie Helen Li, University of North Carolina at Charlotte (Jan 22nd)
A study of dispersion relations for coupling nonlocal and local elasticities, abstract.
Michael Parks, Sandia National Laboratories (Jan 23rd)
nPINNs: nonlocal Physics-Informed Neural Networks, abstract.
Mohsen Zayernouri, Michigan State University (Jan 22nd)
Fractional Large Eddy Simulation (LES) Modeling for Turbulence, abstract.
Yanzhi Zhang, Missouri University of Science and Technology (Jan 22nd)
Unified meshfree methods for solving both classical and fractional PDEs, abstract.
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