Conference organizers

Conference organizers

Enrique Nadal Soriano

Enrique Nadal is member of the European Committee of Young Investigators of ECCOMAS (EYIC) since March 2019. PhD in Mechanical Engineering at Polytechnic University of Valencia in 2014. After the PhD, he went to École Centrale de Nantes for a 2-years postdoctoral research stay. Since September 2015 he is Associate Professor at Polytechnic University of Valencia. His main area of research covers different branches like error estimators, topology optimization (in solid mechanics and acoustics), fictitious domain methods for image-based simulation, reduced order modeling and domain decomposition techniques for the Proper Generalized Decomposition.

Carmen Rodrigo Cardiel

Carmen Rodrigo obtained her PhD in Applied Mathematics at the University of Zaragoza in 2010. Her PhD was also selected by SEMA (Spanish Society of Applied Mathematics) as finalist of the 2010 ECCOMAS PhD Award. Currently, she has an Associate Professor position at the Department of Applied Mathematics at the University of Zaragoza. Dr. Rodrigo’s main area of research is numerical methods for partial differential equations, primarily the development and analysis of iterative methods for the solution of the systems of algebraic equations that are obtained after discretization. Her research interests include the study of flow problems in rigid, deformable and fractured porous media, with an emphasis on stable discretizations and efficient solvers for this type of problems. Due to her research career, in 2015 she was honored with the SEMA Award «Antonio Valle» to Young Researchers. Since 2017 she is Group Member of the European Committee of Young Investigators of ECCOMAS (EYIC).

José Martínez Casas

José Martínez-Casas obtained his PhD in Mechanical Engineering at the Polytechnic University of Valencia in 2013 where, nowadays, he holds an Associate Professor position at the Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering. The main area of research of Dr. Martínez-Casas is railway dynamics. More particularly, his main efforts are devoted to dynamic modelling of car body and bogie in the low frequency domain, development of the dynamic models for flexible and rotatory wheelset and flexible railway track in the high frequency domain, railway vehicle-track interaction modelling, as well as the study of different phenomena like rail corrugation, rolling and squeal noise.