“Advances in Computational Models for vertebrate structures in Biology and Palaeontology” Minisymposia


On behalf of the WCCM-ECCM-ECFD2014 Organizing Committee (11th. World Congress on Computational Mechanics (WCCM2014), 5th. European Conference on Computational Mechanics (ECCM V), 6th. European Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics (ECFD VI)), it is a great pleasure to invite you to the Minisymposia for this joint congress called ADVANCES IN COMPUTATIONAL MODELS FOR VERTEBRATE STRUCTURES IN BIOLOGY AND PALAEONTOLOGY to be held in Barcelona, July 20- July 25th, 2014. The aim of this Minisymposia is to discuss in a computational context the advances done in the field of the biology and palaeontology when computational models are used.

How do tissues respond to load?  How much precision model is required for our analysis? How accurately the computational models reflect reality? How to test evolutionary hypothesis using computation models? Or discuss about inductive versus deductive studies. All these questions (and more) will be discussed on the Minisymposia.

We think that a contribution about your work could be highly interesting for the development of the Minisymposia and we encourage you to submit a one page abstract via the congress website (http://www.wccm-eccm-ecfd2014.org). The congress is now open for abstracts submission. Abstracts must be submitted electronically via the conference website before November 29th, 2013. Acceptance letters will be sent to the authors on January 31, 2014.

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