8:30-8:40 Opening Address

[Session 1] (30min presentation)

(1)        Folker H. Wittmann (Professor emeritus, ETH Zurich)

Shrinkage and Creep of Concrete: Mechanisms as Described on Different Structural Levels.

(2)       Shashank Bishnoi (Assistant Professor, IIT Delhi)

Modelling creep and autogenous shrinkage in hydrating cement microstructures.

(3)        Miguel Azenha (University of Minho)

- Coupling developments of macro-scale testing with parameter estimation for multi-scale modelling: the case study of interaction between EMM-ARM and mic.

- COST Action TU1404 - Towards the next generation of standards for service life of cement-based materials and structures: Opportunities of interaction with JCI in the context of multi-scale modeling.

(4)       Ippei Maruyama (Associate Professor, Nagoya University)
Understanding of concrete structure: multi-scale observations and modeling.

10:40-11:20 Discussion with coffee
11:20-12:20 << Lunch >>

[Session 2] (30min presentation, 10min discussion)

(5)        Kazuo Yamada (National Institute for Environmental Studies)
and Hosokawa Yoshifumi (Taiheiyo cement company)
Concrete deterioration modelling by using thermodynamic equilibrium codes.

(6)        Hikaru Nakamura (Professor, Nagoya University)
Modeling of crack and its impact to structures.

(7)        Tetsuya Ishida (Professor, The University of Tokyo)
Multi-chemo-physics modeling of structural concrete.

13:50-14:20 Discussion with coffee

[Session 3] (30min presentation)
(8)        Yann Le Pape (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
Modeling of irradiated concrete through upscaling techniques.

(9)        Eddie Koenders (Professor, TU Darmstadt)
The Multiscale model of things.

(10)      Koichi Maekawa (Professor, The University of Tokyo)
Multi-scale modeling for life-cycle infra-management.


15:50-16:20 Discussion with coffee
16:20-17:20 Discussion for future
17:20-17:30 Closing Address