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  • Women Researchers' Forum at USNCCM
  • Computational Challenges in Additive Manufacturing
  • IACM Affiliated Association: PACM
  • k-version of FEM
  • IACM Affiliated Association: JSCES
  • A Simple, Robust and Versatile Shell Finite Element
  • IACM Affiliated Association: GACM
WCCM XII0 Women Researchers' Forum at USNCCM1 Computational Challenges in Additive Manufacturing2 IACM Affiliated Association: PACM3 k-version of FEM4 IACM Affiliated Association: JSCES5 A Simple, Robust and Versatile Shell Finite Element6 IACM Affiliated Association: GACM7

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