PhD, The Johns Hopkins University
Phone: 2293 2818
Our group works on computational challenges related to uncertainty quantification and multiscale mechanics. For both types of problems we develop and implement algorithms, aiming at reaching scalable performance in a large-scale computational context, and in understanding mechanics at different length and time scales.
From an engineering perspective, it means predicting behavior of systems in a probabilistic language. From a mathematical perspective, it means solving various types of equations with random quantities in the coefficients and the source term.
The application areas include vibration, mechanical response of materials and structures, newer materials such as nanocomposites, flow-structure interaction.