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Research Interests:

The CSM research is focused on advancing the mechanics theory and numerical algorithms to better predict the time-dependent, nonlinear, multiscale and fracture behavior of manmade and natural materials; including: concrete, steel, polymers, ice, rock and biomaterials. This is achieved through the development of constitutive material modeling and numerical algorithms/methods suited to represent different types of materials and phenomena. More information about current research thrusts is available on the Research Section.

Our team (starting bottom left):  Habiba Eldababy, Christopher Tagle, Jullie Tomson, Cornelius Otchere, Rahul Saini, Panos Pantidis, Mostafa Mobasher, Roshan Saji

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CSM Lab News

Dr. Abueidda joins CSM

Dr. Diab Abueidda joins the CSM Lab as a Postdoctoral Associate. Dr. Abueidda's research will focus on the development of machine learning algorithms for multiphysics and nonlinear mechanics problems. Welcome, Dr. Abueidda!

Research Grant Awarded - Lung Alveoli Modeling

In collaboration with Professor Rafael Song, the  CSM  group awarded research funding to investigate the development of a mechanics model to represent lung behavior and gas exchange. The project focuses on the differences between healthy and diseased lungs. More information can be found here.

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Research @ CSM

Sample of previous and Ongoing Research Projects

Non-local Damage and Transport in Porous Media

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