The 14th Annual MPM Workshop
will be held at the
The University of Maine
September 14-15, 2023
This workshop will provide an opportunity for members of the international MPM community to present and discuss recent and ongoing research to advance the theoretical and algorithmic aspects of the MPM, and to showcase applications of the method.
Call for Abstracts:
The 14th Annual MPM Workshop invites researchers, industry professionals, engineers, and academicians to submit abstracts for consideration for oral presentation at our event which will be hosted at the University of Maine. This is an excellent opportunity to showcase and share your latest research findings and contribute to the advancement of the Material Point Method. We welcome abstract submissions on a wide range of topics related to MPM such as new integration methods; improvements in stability, scalability, and computational efficiency; applications, among others. Whether you are exploring groundbreaking techniques, innovative methodologies, or practical applications, we encourage you to be part of this enriching event.
Accepted abstracts will be presented as oral presentations during the workshop. Presenters and participants will have the opportunity to engage with experts in the field, gain valuable feedback, and expand their professional network.
Abstracts should be submitted in English and must not exceed 300 words.
Clearly state your work's objective, methodology, key findings, and significance.
Complete your submission using our OpenReview portal here
Join us for an exciting and engaging program featuring groundbreaking research conducted by prominent experts in the field of MPM. This conference is the perfect venue to showcase your work and engage with a welcoming community of researchers. The features of this workshop include presentations, networking opportunities, and training opportunities on the use of MPM codes.
More details about the program and agenda will be made available soon.
Questions about the 2023 MPM Workshop: Luis Zambrano-Cruzatty, Ph.D. ( email@example.com )
General questions about the MPM workshop: Jim Guilkey ( firstname.lastname@example.org ), Michael Homel ( email@example.com )