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Computational Solid Mechanics

Computational Solid Mechanics addresses challenging and important problems through a synergy of physics, computational science and engineering, and applied mathematics. These core areas provide the necessary foundation for addressing the wide variety of modern, open problems in computational solid mechanics. Core areas of expertise include multiscale and multiphysics simulations, fracture mechanics, solid continuum mechanics, stochastic mechanics, uncertainty quantification, optimization, health monitoring and prognosis, high performance computing, and inverse problems.

Research Area Faculty

  Name Department Contact
jtb47.jpg Butcher, Jonathan T.
Associate Professor, Associate Director of BME, Director of Undergraduate Studies
Biomedical Engineering 304 Weill Hall
607 255-3575
cje23.jpg Earls, Christopher J.
Professor
Civil and Environmental Engineering 365 Hollister Hall
607 255-1652
mdg12.jpg Grigoriu, Mircea Dan
Professor
Civil and Environmental Engineering 363 Hollister Hall
607 255-3334
dhw52.jpg Warner, Derek H.
Associate Professor
Civil and Environmental Engineering 373 Hollister Hall
607 255-7155

Research Area Field Faculty

  Name Department Contact
jtb47.jpg Butcher, Jonathan T.
Associate Professor, Associate Director of BME, Director of Undergraduate Studies
Biomedical Engineering 304 Weill Hall
607 255-3575
cje23.jpg Earls, Christopher J.
Professor
Civil and Environmental Engineering 365 Hollister Hall
607 255-1652
mdg12.jpg Grigoriu, Mircea Dan
Professor
Civil and Environmental Engineering 363 Hollister Hall
607 255-3334
dhw52.jpg Warner, Derek H.
Associate Professor
Civil and Environmental Engineering 373 Hollister Hall
607 255-7155