Computational Physics Group
Short Curriculum Vitae
Computational Mechanics and Physics, Computational Science and Engineering
Multi-time, Multi-scale, Multi-physics Modeling of Complex Systems
Statistical Micromechanics, Statistical Materials Learning Techniques
Experimental and Numerical Microtomography Based Modeling of Materials
Numerical Methods and Nonlinear Mechanics
High Performance Parallel Computing
Dr. K. Matous has been promoted to Professor of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering.
Dewen Yushu won the prestigious Robert J. Melosh Medal !!
Robert J. Melosh Competition is one of the most prestigious international student competitions in the computational mechanics area. The Robert J. Melosh Medal Competition was inaugurated by the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Duke University in 1989, to honor Professor Melosh for his pioneering work on the finite element method and for his dedication to research, teaching, and service during his tenure at Duke University. The winner of the Competition, as determined on the basis of a submitted extended abstract and oral presentation of the paper, receives the Robert J. Melosh Medal and a $500 honorarium. The names of winners are inscribed on a plaque displayed in Hudson Hall at Duke University.
Recent Scientific Discoveries
In our new article published in Combustion and Flame, we present chemo-thermal model and Gaussian process emulator for combustion synthesis of Ni/Al composites.
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2017 University of Notre Dame and Prof. Karel Matous