Confirmed Plenary and Semi-Plenary Speakers COMPDYN/UNCECOMP 2023

Sondipon Adhikari
University of Glasgow, United Kingdom
"Inertial amplifier for vibration control and mitigation: Design and Analysis"
Ivan Au
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
"Understanding and managing identification precision in operational modal analysis"
Jack Baker
Stanford University, USA
"Recent advances in ground motion selection for seismic analysis"
Peter Betsch
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany
"A simultaneous space-time Galerkin approach to the inverse dynamics of nonlinearly elastic structures"
Javier Bonet
University of Greenwich, UK
Title to be announced. 
Michael Brun
University of Lorraine, France
"Applications of subdomain coupling methods to non-smooth transient structural dynamics and wave propagation problems"
Eleni Chatzi
ETH Zurich, Switzerland
"Robust Monitoring for Engineered Systems: Toward Augmented Twins"
Hauke Gravenkamp
University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany 
"Semi-analytical methods for the simulation of elastic waves"
Johann Guilleminot
Duke University, USA
"From stochastic nonlinear constitutive models on complex geometries to model-form uncertainties in atomistic computations: a tour of stochastic modeling on constrained spaces"
Muneo Hori
The University of Tokyo, Japan
"Challenges of applying high performance computing to structural seismic response analysis"
George Karniadakis
Brown University, USA
"NeuralUQ: A comprehensive library for uncertainty quantification in neural differential equations and operators"
Paulo Lourenco
University of Minho, Portugal
"New standards for seismic assessment of built cultural heritage: Ongoing work".
Ludovic Noels
University of Liège, France
"Use of surrogate models in UQ".
Jamie Padgett
Rice University,USA
"Modeling seismic resilience across scales: challenges, opportunities, and the role of machine learning"
Paris Perdikaris
University of Pennsylvania, USA
Title to be announced. 
Alessandro Reali
University of Pavia, Italy
"Isogeometric analysis: advances and applications with a special focus on dynamic problems”
Michael Shields 
Johns Hopkins University, USA
Title to be announced.
Daniel Straub
Technical University of Munich, Germany
"Decision-oriented sensitivity analysis"
Bruno Sudret
ETH Zürich, Switzerland
"Surrogate modelling for stochastic simulators".
Enrico Tubaldi
University of Strathclyde,UK
"Investigating the capabilities of flexible joints for enhancing the performance of masonry infilled frames"
Haim Waisman
Columbia University, USA
"The Phase Field Fracture Method: Domain-Decomposition, Adaptive Re-meshing and Stochastic Analysis"