Professor Tadmor's research focuses on understanding material response from fundamental principles rather than phenomenology. Dr. Tadmor studies microscopic processes that lead to macroscopic phenomena such as fracture and plasticity using atomistic modeling and multiple-scale techniques. Dr. Tadmor is also interested, on a more basic level, in the connection between continuum theory and atomistic models. See the Research menu item for recent research topics.


27-Apr-2018 Tadmor will be teaching a new Honors Seminar (HSEM 3511H) "Science Court: Strengthening Democracy through Rational Discourse". For more details, see the SciCourt course website.
25-Apr-2018 Tadmor and colleagues are organizing a Minisymposium on "Mechanics of Multifunctional 2D Materials — Graphene and Beyond" at the 18th U.S. National Congress for Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, June 4-9, 2018 in Chicago, IL.