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MS004  Computational Mechanics in Disaster Risk Reduction

Description

"Computational Mechanics in Disaster Risk Reduction" is designed to bring together researchers, engineers, and policymakers to explore the role of computational mechanics in mitigating disaster risks. This symposium focuses on the latest developments in simulation techniques, modeling strategies, and computational tools that can predict and analyze the impact of natural disasters like earthquakes, tsunamis, hurricanes, and floods on built environments. Key topics include innovative approaches in structural analysis, fluid dynamics, material science, and machine learning applications that enhance the resilience of infrastructures and communities. The symposium serves as a platform for exchanging ideas, fostering research collaborations, and discussing the future directions of computational mechanics in the context of global risk reduction. This gathering is pivotal for scholars aiming to push the boundaries of how computational tools can lead to safer and more sustainable societies.

Lead Organizer

Assistant Prof. Tung-Yu Wu, Department of Civil Engineering, National Taiwan University, TAIWAN

Email: tungyuwu@ntu.edu.tw

Co-organizers

Assistant Prof. Peng-Yu Chen, Department of Civil Engineering, National Central University, TAIWAN
Email: sam75782008@g.ncu.edu.tw

Assistant Prof. Chi-Ying Lin, Department of Civil Engineering, National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University, TAIWAN
Email: chiyinglin@nycu.edu.tw

Assistant Prof. Szu-Yun Lin, Department of Civil Engineering, National Taiwan University, TAIWAN
Email: szuyunlin@ntu.edu.tw

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