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Purdue Engineering Distinguished Lecture Series: Dr. Thomas J.R. Hughes
Start Date: 12/5/2019Start Time: 3:15 PM
End Date: 12/5/2019End Time: 5:30 PM
Event Description:
Purdue Engineering Distinguished Lecture Series: Dr. Thomas J.R. Hughes

Dr. Thomas J.R. Hughes presents, "Isogeometric Analysis"

Panel from 3:15 - 4:15 pm Future of Computational Engineering
The panel of experts will discuss how computational engineering will evolve in the next decades. There will be special emphasis on the challenges and opportunities that will come up as computational methods continue to be integrated with design, experimental research and medicine.
Moderator: Hector Gomez, Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University 
Panelists: Thomas J.R. Hughes, Peter O'Donnell Jr. Chair in Computational and Applied Mathematics and Professor of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, The University of Texas at Austin
Arezoo Ardekani, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University 
Zhiqiang Cai, Professor of Mathematics, Purdue University 
Arun Prakash, Associate Professor of Civil Engineering, Purdue University 
Vitaliy Rayz, Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Purdue University 
Thomas Siegmund, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University 
Ganesh Subbarayan, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University 

Lecture from 4:30 - 5:30 pm
The vision of Isogeometric Analysis was first presented in a paper published October 1, 2005 [1]. Since then it has become a focus of research within both the fields of Finite Element Analysis (FEA) and Computer Aided Design (CAD) and is rapidly becoming a mainstream analysis methodology and a new paradigm for geometric design [2]. The key concept utilized in the technical approach is the development of a new foundation for FEA, based on rich geometric descriptions originating in CAD, resulting in a single geometric model that serves as a basis for both design and analysis. In this overview, I will describe some areas in which progress has been made in developing improved methodologies to efficiently solve problems that have been at the very least difficult, if not impossible, within traditional FEA. I will also describe current areas of intense activity and areas where problems remain open, representing both challenges and opportunities for future research.

https://engineering.purdue.edu/Engr/AboutUs/News/Events/DistinguishedLectures/2020/hughes-lecture
Location Information:
Wilmeth Active Learning Center (WALC)
Contact Information:
Name: Maria Longoria-Littleton
Phone: 765-494-0015
Email: mlongori@purdue.edu
Additional Information
When: Dec. 5
Time: 3:15-5:00 p.m.
Where: Wilmeth Active Learning Center, Rm. 1055

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