N M Anoop Krishnan, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
Mathieu Bauchy, University of California, Los Angeles

Machine learning has been attracting a lot of attention in recent years to solve complex engineering problems in various fields such as materials science, earthquake engineering, fracture, composites, to name a few. The goal of this symposium is to discuss recent advances in data-driven modeling and machine learning methodologies applied to research areas in civil, mechanical, materials science, and chemical engineering. Areas of interest include but are not limited to: materials by design, composite materials, granular materials, cementitious and glassy materials, energy materials, fracture and friction, earthquake engineering.

Topics of Interest Include:

  • Machine learning based materials screening and selection
  • Informatics approaches for micro-/meso-structure characterization
  • Physics-driven machine learning
  • Decoding mechanics from data-based models
  • Developing constitutive and structure-property models from machine learning