Event - 47th International Conference on Boundary Elements and other Mesh Reduction Methods

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47th International Conference on Boundary Elements and other Mesh Reduction Methods
Wessex Institute
Conferences & Exhibitions
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  • Spain
Meliá Lebreros C. Luis de Morales, 2, 41018 Sevilla, Spain
The annual conference on Boundary Elements and other Mesh Reduction Methods (BEM/MRM) which started in 1978, now in its 47th version, will be held in Seville, Spain.

Since 1978, this conference series has attracted high quality papers reporting further advances in techniques which reduce or eliminate the type of meshes associated with finite elements or finite differences, for instance.

Theoretical developments and new foundations reported at the meetings for more than 40 years have helped to expand the range of applications of the meshless methods as well as the type of analysed materials in response to industrial and professional requirements. This ability to evolve is reflected in the history of the conference series which has ensured the success of the meetings as well as the establishment of a community of stakeholders.

As design, analysis and manufacture become more integrated, the chances are that the users will be less aware of the capabilities of the analytical techniques that are at the core of the process. This reinforces the need to retain expertise in certain specialised areas of numerical methods, such as BEM/MRM, to ensure that all new tools perform satisfactorily in the integrated process.

The maturity of BEM since 1978 has resulted in a substantial number of industrial applications which demonstrate the accuracy, robustness and easy use of the technique. Their range still needs to be widened further, taking into account the potentialities of the mesh reduction techniques in general.

This well-established conference series acts as a forum to discuss new ideas and critically compare results before solutions and modelling tools are released to end users.

The meeting welcomes all stakeholders interested in the methods and particularly the participation of young researchers. Their new contributions have been the principal reason why the conference has continued to evolve.