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Computational Mechanics

Computational mechanics is increasingly a critical element of both practical engineering design and of scientific studies. Active areas of research include: the development of highly efficient methods for stress analysis of multiply cracked solids, the mesh less boundary node method (BNM); efficient method for coupled fluid-solid systems; optimization of coordination; limit cycle analysis.

Research Area Faculty

  Name Department Contact
spb14.jpg Baker, Shefford P.
Associate Professor
Materials Science and Engineering Room 329 Thurston Hall
607 255-6679
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
mpm4.jpg Miller, Matthew Peter
Professor
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering 407 Upson Hall
607 255-0400

Research Area Field Faculty

  Name Department Contact
spb14.jpg Baker, Shefford P.
Associate Professor
Materials Science and Engineering Room 329 Thurston Hall
607 255-6679
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
mpm4.jpg Miller, Matthew Peter
Professor
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering 407 Upson Hall
607 255-0400