7th International Conference on Multiscale Modeling and Methods

16-17 January 2017


The multiscale analysis of heterogeneous structures is actually an important and effective tool of mathematical modeling in physics, technique and biology. The mathematical the-ory on the up-scaling (passage from micro-scale to the macro-scale) called homogeniza-tion has been considerably developed and generalized, there are still open problems in constructing realistic models of new materials and engineering structures, biological processes, especially combining different scales or discrete and continuous approaches.

The conference will bring together the well-known specialists in the topic and young researchers and students. The theoretical results on the mathematical analysis of multiscale models will be presented together with the numerical and computer experiments.

The conference is the seventh event in the set yearly-organized international conferences on the multiscale methods and modeling, after four times in Saint-Etienne and twice in Moscow.

If you are interested in giving a talk at the workshop please write us through the contact form.

Invited speakers

  • C. Andrade, Chile
  • S. Avril, France
  • E. Canon, France
  • J. Clairambault, France
  • C. Conca, Chile
  • P. Cumsille, Chile
  • F. Chardard, France
  • I. Espinoza, Chile
  • C. Garcia, Chile
  • S. Gutierrez, Chile
  • D. Henao, Chile
  • C. Jerez, Chile
  • L. Medina, USA
  • J. Mura, Chile
  • G. Panasenko, France
  • A. Panfilov, Belgium
  • L. Paoli, France
  • D. Paredes, Chile
  • A. Rousseau, France
  • M. C. Viallon, France
  • J.F. Vivanco, Chile
  • V. Volpert, France