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Solid Mechanics and Materials

Additional research information can be found by clicking the faculty member's name.

elliot

Ryan S. Elliott

Associate Professor
Ph.D., Aerospace Engineering and Scientific Computing, University of Michigan

Research Areas:

-Martensitic phase transformations
-Shape memory alloys
-Atomistic materials simulation
-Stability and bifurcation

shield

Thomas W. Shield


Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies
Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, University of California at Berkeley

Research Areas:

-Experimental solid mechanics
-Mechanics of materials
-Single crystal plasticity
-Shape-memory and magnetostrictve materials
-Fracture mechanics
-Elasticity

james

Richard D. James


Distinguished McKnight University Professor
Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, Johns Hopkins University

Research Areas:

-Thermodynamics of solids
-Phase transformations
-Micromagnetics
-Active materials, especially shape memory materials
-Multiscale mathematical methods

tadmor

Ellad B.Tadmor



Professor
Ph.D., Solid Mechanics, Brown University

Research Areas:

-Connection between continuum theory and atomistic models
-The Quasicontinuum (QC) Method
-Peierls criterion for Deformation Twinning at Crack Tips
-Determination of Transition Paths using a Continuous Path Expansion
-Reliability of MEMS Devices

leo

Perry H. Leo


Professor and Department Head
Ph.D. Metallurgical Engineering and Materials Science Carnegie Mellon University

Research Areas:

-Phase transformations
-Micromechanics of defects in solids
-Biological materials
-Composites

 


See the Faculty Directory additional contact information.

Projects with web pages are listed below:

E. Tadmor

R. D. James

T. W. Shield


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