Programme

UPDATE: The workshop program is ready for download via IWMEM_BookofAbstracts_V1.2.

Speakers

  • Professor Mohamed A. Abdou (UCLA, USA) Environmentally Responsible Energy Security Future Requires Diversified Portfolio Approach.
  • Professor Ratna Kumar Annabattula (IIT Madras, India) Modelling hydrogen embrittlement of steels using stress-diffusion coupling.
  • Mr Yanyao Bao (University of Sydney, Australia) A modified smoothed particle hydrodynamics formulation for simulating dynamic behaviours of water within SOFCs.
  • Mr Oleg Birkholz (KIT, Germany) Modeling the effective electrical conductivity of electrode structures in lithium-ion batteries using Discrete-Element-Methods.
  • Professor Changqing Chen (Tsinghua University, China) Patterning Curved Three-dimensional Structures with Programmable Kirigami Designs.
  • Professor Abraham C.F. Chiu (Hohai University, China) Mechanical behavior of methane hydrate bearing coarse-grained sediment in the framework of equivalent granular void ratio.
  • Mr Weijing Dai (University of Sydney, Australia) Topological evolution of granular hard sphere beds packed in confined cylindrical containers under vibration.
  • Professor Shurong Ding (Fudan University, China) The effects of internal pressure on the hydrogen-pickup-induced multi-field coupling behavior in the zircaloy cladding.
  • Professor Huiling Duan (Peking University, China) Constitutive equations of irradiated metallic materials.
  • Dr. Baoping Gong (Southwestern Institute of Physics, China) Numerical investigation of the pebble bed packing structures for HCCB TBM.
  • Dr. Dorian Hanaor (TU Berlin, Germany) TBA
  • Mr Pengyu Huang (University of Sydney, Australia) Modelling Multiphase Interactions Using Coarse-Grained Molecular Dynamics.
  • Professor Marc Kamlah (KIT, Germany) Discrete-Element-Modeling of the Thermomechanics of Ceramic Pebble Breeder Beds.
  • Professor Qun Li (Xi’an Jiaotong University, China) Microscopic study on the mechanism of damage and micro-crack propagation in the polysilicon solar cell.
  • Professor Chris D Ling (University of Sydney, Australia) Quasielastic Neutron Scattering Reveals Diffusion Pathways in Solid-state Oxide-ionic Conductors.
  • Mr Mingchao Liu (Tsinghua University, China) Multiscale modeling of effective elastic properties of fluid-filled porous materials.
  • Professor Songlin Liu (Institute of Plasma Physics, CAS, China) Numerical and Experimental Study of pebble bed flow characteristics for Water Cooled Ceramic Breeder blanket of CFETR.
  • Professor Narasimhan Swaminathan (IIT Madras, India) Molecular dynamics studies of primary damage in β-Li2TiO3.
  • Dr. Cong Wang (Institute of Plasma Physics, CAS, China) Numerical and Experimental Study on Effective Thermal Conductivity of Binary Pebble Bed.
  • Professor Jie Wang (Zhejiang University, China) Strain-induced improper ferroelectricity in Ruddlesden–Popper perovskite halides for photovoltaic applications.
  • Mr Si Suo (University of Sydney, Australia) TBA
  • Professor Bai-Xiang Xu (TU Darmstadt, Germany) Phase-field Modeling of Electro-chemo-mechanical Behavior of Lithium-ion Batteries.
  • Professor Kejie Zhao (Purdue University, USA) Mechanical and structural degradation of LiNixMnyCozO2 cathode in Li-ion batteries.
  • Dr Chongpu Zhai (UNSW, Australia) The electrical contact at rough-to-rough spherical interface.
  • Professor Sulin Zhang (PSU, USA) Mechanics in Electrochemistry: From tiny to huge batteries; from energy storage to harvesting.
  • Professor Dalin Zhang (Xi’an Jiaotong University, China) TBA
  • Mr Tao Zhang (KIT, Germany) A Nonlocal Species Concentration Theory for Diffusion and Phase Changes: Application to phase-separating Lithium ion Battery Electrode Particles.
  • Professor Dayu Zhou (Dalian University of Technology) Electrocaloric effects of silicon-doped hafnium oxide ferroelectric and anti-ferroeletcric thin films.