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The GAMM e.V. cordially invites you to its 86 Annual Scientific Conference in Lecce - Italy, from March 23 to March 27, 2015. th

On behalf of the DGLR and the GAMM we also invite you to the 58 Ludwig Prandtl Memorial Lecture, which opens the conference program on Monday, March 23. We invite all GAMM members to the regular General Assembly of GAMM e.V. during the conference at the Grand Hotel Tiziano - Room Tiziano, on Wednesday, March 25. The President of GAMM Volker Mehrmann Venue

The Secretary of GAMM Michael Kaliske

The conference takes place at the Grand Hotel Tiziano in Lecce - Italy. Capital of the homonymous province and the cultural fulcrum of Salento (Apulia), Lecce is one of the most beautiful art cities in southern Italy. Known as the “Florence of the South,” Lecce knows how to surprise and intrigue visitors and locals alike: its ancient Messapian origins and its archaeological ruins, left behind after Roman domination, fuse with the richness and exuberance of the Baroque churches and palaces (typically from the 1600s). Lecce and Salento, with the beauty of the historic centers, of the landscapes and the coasts, attract tourists from all over the world.

Local Organizing Committee

Chairmen Giorgio Zavarise Michele Campiti Domenico Laforgia Scientific Secretary Paola Cinnella

Program Committee

Helmut Abels, Regensburg Marek Behr, Aachen Peter Betsch, Siegen Christian Bucher, Wien Wolfgang Ehlers, Stuttgart Rolf Findeisen, Magdeburg Holger Foysi, Siegen Michael Günther, Wuppertal Marlis Hochbruck, Karlsruhe


Local Committee Angela Albanese Daniela Boso Rossana Dimitri Massimiliano Gei Giuseppe Sciumè Marco Trullo Raffaele Vitolo Birgit Jakob, Wuppertal Michael Kaliske, Dresden Sigrid Leyendecker, Erlangen Michael Manhart, München Volker Mehrmann, Berlin Andreas Menzel, Dortmund Volker Schulz, Trier Peter Wriggers, Hannover


SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM Preliminary Timetable Time


Monday 23

15 30 45

Tuesday 24

Wednesday 25

Thursday 26

Friday 27

Contributed sessions

Contributed sessions

Coffee Break

Plenary Lecture 5 Contributed sessions


15 30 45


15 30 45


15 30 45


15 30 45


15 30 45

Prandtl Lecture


15 30 45

Plenary Lecture 1

Plenary Lecture 4


15 30 45

Coffee Break

Coffee Break Poster session

Coffee Break

Coffee Break Poster session


15 30 45

Minisymposia & Young Reserachers' Minisymposia

Contributed sessions

Contributed sessions

Contributed sessions


15 30 45


15 30 45


15 30 45


15 30 45

von Mises prize lecture Coffee Break

Coffee Break

Coffee Break

Plenary Lecture 2

General Assembly

Plenary Lecture 6


Contributed sessions Opening




University Chorus performance


Plenary Lecture 3

Plenary Lecture 7 Contributed sessions Plenary Lecture 8

Public lecture F. D'Andria Opening reception


Conference dinner


Plenary Lectures - Mathematics 1

Moritz Diehl (Freiburg, Germany) Nonlinear optimal control for airborne wind energy systems


Giovanni Galdi (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) Liquid-solid interactions: some new results and open questions


Daniel Kressner (Lausanne, Switzerland) Low rank techniques for high-dimensional problems in engineering and data-analysis


Enrique Zuazua (Bilbao, Spain) Optimal placement of sensors and actuators for waves in homogeneous and heterogeneous media

Plenary Lectures - Mechanics 1

Nikolaus Adams (München, Germany) Particle methods for complex flows of complex fluids


Ferdinando Auricchio (Pavia, Italy) Shape memory alloys: from recent modeling proposals to cardiovascular device simulations


Thomas Böhlke (Karlsruhe, Germany) Micromechanics based modelling of applied materials


Stanislaw Stupkiewicz (Warsaw, Poland) Interfacial energy and size effects in evolving martensitic microstructures

Special Lectures Ludwig Prandtl Memorial Lecture Not defined Public Lecture Francesco D’Andria (Lecce, Italy) Do the Gates to the Hell really exist?



Minisymposia 1

Multi-scale modeling of ferroic functional materials Organizers: Marc-Andre Keip (Stuttgart) Björn Kiefer (Dortmund) Jörg Schröder (Duisburg – Essen) Bob Svendsen (Aachen)


Applications of the virtual element method Organizers: Franco Brezzi (Pavia)


Topological defects in solids Organizers: Sergio Conti (Bonn) Georg Dolzman (Regensburg)


Optimal control and hybrid systems Organizers: Sina Ober-Blöbaum (Paderborn) Stefan Trenn (Paderborn)


Mechanics in an interdisciplianary, multiphysics environment, transforming materials sciences and biology Organizers: Christian Hellmich (Wien) Wolfgang A. Wall (München)

Young Researchers’ Minisymposia 1

Analysis, applications and approximation of constrained PDEs Organizers: Robert Altmann (Berlin) Jan Heiland (Magdeburg)


Phase field modeling in mechanics and applied mathematics Organizers: Jan Giesselmann (Stuttgart) Charlotte Kuhn (Kaiserslautern)


Discretization aspects in PDE constrained optimization Organizers: Ira Neitzel (München) Winnifried Wollner (Hamburg)


Co-/Sparsity, inverse problems and compressive imaging Organizers: Stefania Petra (Heidelberg) Andreas Weinmann (München)


Topics in low-rank tensor approximation Organizers: Andre Uschmajew (Lausanne) Bart Vandereycken (Princeton)



Sections S1

Multi-body dynamics Organizers: Carla Bottasso (München) Thomas Buschmann (München) Pascal Ziegler (Stuttgart)


Biomechanics Organizers: Udo Nackenhorst (Hannover) Franz G. Rammerstorfer (Wien) Giuseppe Sciumè (Lecce)


Damage and fracture mechanics Organizers: Stefano Invernizzi (Torino) Ralf Müller (Kaiserslautern) Thomas Seelig (Karlsruhe)


Structural mechanics Organizers: Josef Eberhardsteiner (Wien) Mikhail Itskov (Aachen) Anna Pandolfi (Milano)


Nonlinear oscillations Organizers: Michael Hanss (Stuttgart) Paolo Maremonti (Napoli) Utz von Wagner (Berlin)


Material modeling in solid mechanics Organizers: Luigi Gambarotta (Aachen) Andreas Menzel (Dortmund) Valentina Salomoni (Padova)


Coupled problems Organizers: Stefan Diebels (Saarbrücken) Bernd Markert (Aachen) Bai-Xiang Xu (Darmstadt)


Multiscales and homogenization Organizers: Daniela Boso (Padova) Stefan Löhnert (Hannover) Roger Sauer (Aachen)


Laminar flows and transition Organizers: Christoph Brücker (Freiberg) Pietro De Palma (Bari) Jean-Cristophe Robinet (Stuttgart)

S 10

Turbulence and reactive flows Organizers: Andreas Kempf (Duisburg – Essen) Heinz Pitsch (Aachen) Vittoria Salvetti (Pisa)



S 11

Interfacial flows Organizers: Gunther Brenner (Clausthal) Jochen Fröhlich (Dresden) Christiano Marchioli (Udine)

S 12

Waves and acoustics Organizers: Xavier Gloerfelt (München) Michael Manhart (München) Jörg Sesterhenn (Berlin)

S 13

Flow control Organizers: Alessandro Bottaro (Genova) Holger Foysi (Siegen) Paolo Luchini (Salerno)

S 14

Applied analysis Organizers: Maurizio Grasselli (Milano) Dorothee Knees (Kassel) Elisabetta Rocca (Berlin)

S 15

Applied stochastics Organizers: Christian Bucher (Wien) Paola Cinnella (Lecce) Daniel Straub (München)

S 16

Optimization Organizers: Jean-Antoine Désidéri (Trier) Valentino Pediroda (Trieste) Stephan Schmidt (Würzburg)

S 17

Applied and numerical linear algebra Organizers: Stefan Güttel (Manchester) Nicola Mastronardi (Bari) Stefano Serra Capizzano (Varese)

S 18

Numerical methods for differential equations Organizers: Claus D. Munz (Stuttgart) Tiziano Politi (Bari) Christian Rohde (Stuttgart)

S 19

Optimization of differential equations Organizers: Alfio Borzi (Wüzburg) Michael Herty (Aachen) Boris Vexler (München)

S 20

Dynamics and control Organizers: Fabio Ancona (Padova) Thomas Berger (Ilmenau) Matthias Voigt (Magdeburg)



S 21

Mathematical image processing Organizers: Benjamin Berkels (Aachen) Stefan Kunis (Osnabrück) Gianluca Vinti (Perugia)

S 22

Scientific computing Organizers: Carlo Janna (Padova) Daniel Ruprecht (Lugano) Kees Vuik (Delft)

S 23

Applied operator theory Organizers: Pietro Aiena (Palermo) Friedrich Philipp (Berlin) Michal Wojtylak (Krakau)

S 24

History of mechanics Organizers: Danilo Capecchi (Roma) Erwin Stein (Hannover) Patrizia Trovalusci (Roma)



Contributing a Short Communication / Minisymposium Talk Guidelines for Short Communications and Minisymposium Talks

All participants are invited to present a short communication in one of the sessions (20 minutes including discussion). For a contribution in a minisymposium an explicit invitation by the respective organizers is required.


If you wish to present a short communication or have been invited to contribute a minisymposium talk, please submit an abstract for your contribution, which will serve as the basis for the decision on the acceptance. Abstracts may be written in English or German. However, authors are kindly asked to use English. Each participant is allowed to present one paper only. The collected abstracts will be published online and distributed to all participants.

Submission of Abstracts

Submission of abstracts will be available to registered participants during the registration process. For information on the registration see the following pages. Online submission is recommended and will be available at the conference website starting at September 15, 2015 Alternatively, if you do not have access to this website, you can send the abstract by regular mail or e-mail to: Daniela Dell'Anna Department of Mathematics and Physics Università del Salento Via per Arnesano - Ex Collegio Fiorini 73100 Lecce Italy E-mail: [email protected] Please submit your abstract before Friday, December 19, 2014.


For the coordination of the contributed lectures within the sessions, please classify your paper according to: • MSC 2000 (Mathematics Subject Classification 2000), or • AMR (Applied Mechanics Reviews). You can find these classifications at: • Mathematical Reviews. Subject Index 2000 • Applied Mechanics Reviews Index to Volume 43 (1990), pp. 371-375



Registration Registration

Conference participants are required to register in advance. Please note that the registration fee includes neither accommodation, nor the conference dinner. Online registration will be available after September 15, 2015, at the website: and will expire on February 20, 2015, while registration will be still possible on site. Online registration is recommended.

Conference Fees

Until Dec. 19, 2014

After Dec. 19, 2014

GAMM members* (with or without contribution)

220 €

270 €

Non-Members* (with or without contribution)

310 €

360 €

Bachelor/Master students (without contribution)



Accompanying Person



Conference Dinner

50 €

50 €

* including doctoral candidates/ PhD students After February 20, 2015, only on-site registration is possible. Registration Fee includes

• • • • • • •

Accompanying persons

• Must be registered by the related participant • Services, e.g. the conference dinner or excursions, may be booked also through the related participant’s account • Free access for the Opening Reception and the Public Lecture

Companion Program

• Lecce History and Art Tour with visit of Carlo V Castle • Beyond Baroque: Tour in the countryside S. Maria in Cerrate Abbey, and the proud Acaya Castle • Guided tour of Gallipoli • Tour of Castro-Otranto-Muro Leccese, with botanical garden

Access to the scientific sessions and the exhibition Abstracts (digital) Final Program Opening Reception Public Lecture Coffee Breaks Certificate of Attendance

The excursions require a minimum number of participants. For details, please see “social program” at the website.



Forms of Payment

Payment can be made by credit card (Visa, EuroCard / MasterCard) or by bank transfer. Any bank charges must be paid by the participant. The bank account information is also given at the website. Bank: Account Holder: IBAN: Swift-Code: Purpose:

Banca Sella Succursale 1D - Lecce 2 Comitato GAMM 2015 IT15T0326816001052100841230 SELB IT 2B Name(s) of participant(s), GAMM2015


After creating an account, participants will receive a confirmation via e-mail, which is not a registration confirmation. After processing the payment, the registration confirmation will be sent via e-mail.

Conditions and Cancellation

Any changes and cancellations must be done in written form and sent to the Conference Office at: [email protected] Reimbursement. In case of written cancellation until February 20, 2015, payments will be fully refunded, minus 20,- EUR handling fee. For cancellation after this date no reimbursement is possible. Cancellation notification must be confirmed by the Conference Office. Reimbursements are settled after the conference. Hotels. Hotel reservations are at the participant’s own responsibility. Please check with your hotel the requested charges and deadlines in case of cancellation.

Conference Office and On-site Registration

You can register on-site and pick up the conference material at the Registration Desk at the Grand Hotel Tiziano Hall on: Monday, March 23 10:00 - 18:30 Tuesday, March 24 8:30 - 18:30 Wednesday, March 25 8:30 - 18:30 Thursday, March 26 8:30 - 18:30 Friday, March 27 8:30 - 14:00 The Registration Desk will also serve as Conference Office during the conference



Publication of Lectures Plenary Lectures

Plenary lectures will be published in the regular issues of ZAMM ("Zeitschrift für Angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik").

Papers presented in Minisymposia, YR-Minisymposia, and in Sections

Papers presented at minisymposia and short communications may be published electronically in PAMM (“Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics”). The papers are strictly limited to: • •

4 pages for a contribution to a minisymposium, a YRminisymposium or a special topic lecture of a section 2 pages for a short communication

The editors reserve the right to deny publication of a manuscript based on a referee’s judgment. The papers need to be prepared in accordance with Wiley’s Author’s Instructions for Publication at Papers have to be submitted after the conference, until May 31, 2014, via the website Exceptionally, the papers can be sent directly to the Conference Office at [email protected]

Local contacts Chairmen

Giorgio Zavarise Michele Campiti Domenico Laforgia

[email protected] [email protected] [email protected]

Scientific Program

Paola Cinnella

[email protected]

Registration & financial issues

Daniela Dell'Anna

[email protected]


[email protected]

GAMM 2015 Office

[email protected]



Important Dates Online registration starts

September 15, 2014

Registration deadline for talks (abstract upload)

December 19, 2014

Deadline for early registration fee

December 19, 2014

Deadline for payment in case an abstract has been submitted

December 31, 2015

Online registration After this date only on-site registration is possible

February 20, 2015

Submission deadline for PAMM proceedings

May 31, 2015

Special Events Monday,

March 23

Opening 13:00 - 13:30 Grand Hotel Tiziano - Room Tiziano University Chorus Performance 13:30 - 14:30 Grand Hotel Tiziano - Room Tiziano Ludwig Prandtl Memorial Lecture 14:00 - 15:00 Grand Hotel Tiziano - Room Tiziano Opening Reception 19:00 - 21:00


March 24

GAMM Juniors Poster Exibition 16:00 - 17:00 Public Lecture 19:00 - 20:00 Grand Hotel Tiziano - Room Tiziano Companion program*

Wednesday, March 25

v. Mises Lectures 10:00 - 11:00 Grand Hotel Tiziano - Room Tiziano General Assembly 11:30 - 12:30 Grand Hotel Tiziano - Room Tiziano Conference Dinner 20:30 - 24:00 Grand Hotel Tiziano Companion program*


March 26


March 27

GAMM Juniors Poster Exibition 16:00 - 17:00 Companion program* Closing 13:30 - 14:00 Grand Hotel Tiziano - Room Tiziano * The excursions are requiring a minimum of participants. Otherwise, they unfortunately will have to be cancelled (fully refundable).



Traveling to Lecce

By Car: • On the A14/E55 motorway head in south direction to Bari; • Take the exit “Bari Nord”; • Follow signs for Brindisi/Lecce and continue on SS16 straight to the Grand Hotel Tiziano. By Train: The Lecce railway station is located downtown. Regular direct train services run daily from the major cities (Milano, Bologna, Roma). The hotel can be reached by taxi in 10 minutes. For more information:



By Plane: The nearest airport to Lecce is the “Brindisi Papola Casale International Airport”. There are both domestic and international flights. Main domestic flights are from Torino, Milano, Verona, Venezia, Bologna, Pisa, Roma. Main international flights are from Amsterdam, Berlin, Brussels, Klon, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Karlsruhe, London Luxembourg, Munich, Paris, Stuttgard, and Zurich. From the airport you can take the Shuttle Bus to Lecce with stop at the Air Terminal (50 meters from the Grand Hotel Tiziano). For more information: A bigger and more connected airport is the "Bari Palese International Airport". From there a shuttle train connecting the airport with the main train station, is available. Then, Bari-Lecce by train takes about 1 hour and 20 minutes. By Bus: Some daily coach services are run by private companies from Roma, Milano and Torino. For more information:,



Companion Program Lecce History and Art Tour with visit of Carlo V Castle Price: 15 € per person Minimum of participants: 10 persons A guided exploration of the historical center of Lecce, with time for visiting the the Carlo V Castle.

Program: 2.30 pm: Meeting Point: Grand Hotel Tiziano 2:45 pm: Guided tour of the old center. The walking tour can include Porta Napoli, Piazza Duomo, Porta Rudiae, The Academy of Fine Arts, Palazzo dei Celestini and Palazzo Adorno, Baroque churches St. Anna, St. Irene, St. Matteo, St. Chiara, St. Croce, The Roman Theater and Ampitheater, Piazza St. Oronzo, Chiesa Greca, and Via Palmieri. Hear little known stories and anecdotes as you walk along the picturesque sidestreets of the historic center 4.30 pm: Visit at the Carlo V Castle 5.00 pm: Tour end in Piazza S. Oronzo Price includes: • Sightseeing Lecce City Center • Guide and tour director, entrances



Beyond Baroque: Tour in the countryside S. Maria in Cerrate Abbey, and the proud Acaya Castle Price: 35 € per person Minimum of participants: 20 persons Two wonderful discoveries: an ancient Abbey and a medieval Castle.

Program: 2.30 pm: 3:00 pm: 4.30 pm: 6.30 pm:

Meeting Point: Grand Hotel Tiziano Guided tour of S. Maria in Cerrate Abbey Arrive to the Castle of Acaja and guided tour Re-entry to the meeting point in Lecce

Price includes: • Transport by bus from Lecce to Cerrate e Acaya • Sightseeing Gallipoli City Center • Guide and tour director, entrances



Guided tour of Gallipoli Price: 35 € per person Minimum of participants: 20 persons Treat yourself to a walking tour in the city of Gallipoli, one of the most important and beautiful of Salento.

Program: 2.30 pm: Meeting Point: Grand Hotel Tiziano 3.20 pm: Arrive at Gallipoli. The itinerary will begin at the gates of the old city, in front of the Greek Fountain, an example of Renaissance style inspired by the ancient world. By crossing the bridge between the old center of Borgo Nuovo, you will enter the heart of the city, protected by the Castle. Through Via Antonietta De Pace you will arrive at the Cathedral dedicated to St. Agatha, a Catania martyr whose relics arrived in Gallipoli. You will then proceed to the narrow streets of the city, admiring the buildings and hous courtyards, and along the coast among the numerous '500 churches such as the Chiesa della Purità, Chiesa di San Francesco d’Assisi and Chiesa del Rosario 6.00 pm: Departure for Lecce-the Castle Price includes: • Transport by bus from Lecce to Gallipoli • Sightseeing Gallipoli City Center • Guide and tour director, entrances There will be also 1 hour free time for individual program, shopping



Tour of Castro - Otranto Price: 35 € per person Minimum of participants: 20 persons A wonderful guided tour to discover the Adriatic coast.

Program: 2.00 pm: 2.40 pm: 4.00 pm: 7.00 pm:

Meeting Point: Grand Hotel Tiziano Arrive at Castro to the panoramic route Arrival at Otranto, and start tour, which includes the Castle and Cathedral Departure for Lecce-the Castle

Price includes: • Transport by bus from Lecce to Castro Otranto and Muro Leccese • Guide and tour director, entrances There will be also 1 hour free time for individual program, shopping



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