Welcome to the homepage of the Multiscale Computational Mechanics Laboratory (MCML) at Vanderbilt University ! At MCML, we concentrate our efforts to bringing understanding to nonlinear mechanical response of materials and structures through multi-scale computational modeling and simulation. Our research involves computational characterization of the failure response of heterogeneous systems that involve multiple temporal and spatial scales subjected to extreme and/or dynamic loading conditions, and development of enabling computational methodologies.
Prospective graduate students: Please visit the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, the School of Engineering and the Graduate School to learn more about the graduate programs at Vanderbilt University. Also, reach out to Caglar Oskay for recent research activities and opportunities.
Our Recent Research Interests
- Computational Mechanics Algorithms for Quantum, Hybrid (Classical-Quantum) and Other Non-Classical Computers
- Computational Methods for Prediction of Process-Microstructure-Property Relationships in Additively Manufactured Materials
- Reduced Order Modeling and Multiscale Computational Methods for Metamaterials, Composite and Polycrystalline Materials
- Probabilistic-Multiscale Life Prediction and Performance Assessment of Composites and Polycrystalline Materials
Cornelius Vanderbilt Professor of Engineering,
Chair and Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Professor of Mechanical Engineering.
Address: VU Station B# 351831
Older News and Updates
February 22, 2023 – Caglar Oskay delivered a virtual lecture at NASA Langley.
February 17, 2023 – Caglar Oskay delivered an invited talk at NCSU.
December 1, 2022 – Caglar Oskay named Cornelius Vanderbilt Endowed Professor of Engineering.
January 1, 2022 – Caglar Oskay appointed to the Editorial Board of CMAME.
November 15, 2021 – Caglar Oskay delivered an invited talk at University of Pittsburgh.
September 1, 2021 – Aslan Nasirov joins MCML as a Ph.D. Student. Welcome Aslan!