Jan. 1, 2022—Caglar Oskay will serve as the Editorial Board Member for the leading computational mechanics journal Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering. Oskay’s appointment is effective January 1, 2022.
Nov. 5, 2021—Lecture Title: Multiscale Discrete Damage Theory – A Novel Approach for Multiscale Modeling of Failure in Heterogeneous Materials Location: Civil and Environmental Engineering Department, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA. Abstract: Most engineering systems are now made of engineered materials, where the material and the structure are co-designed to achieve unprecedented mechanical properties and performance. Furthermore,...
Oct. 15, 2021—We wish Xiaoyu the best in his future professional endeavors!
Sep. 7, 2021—Caglar Oskay delivered a Plenary Lecture at the 22nd National Mechanics Congress (UMK 2021) held on Virtually on September 6-8, 2021.”
Sep. 4, 2021—Caglar Oskay has been serving as the Director of the Engineering for Civil Infrastructure Program within the Civil, Mechanical and Manufacturing Innovation (CMMI) division at the National Science Foundation in the past two years. Oskay will resume his duties as Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Professor of Mechanical Engineering Departments at Vanderbilt University.
Jul. 29, 2021—Damin and Zimu presented their research at the 16th US National Congress on Computational Mechanics held virtually on July 25-29, 2021. The title of Damin’s presentation was: “Reduced Order Homogenization of Polycrystalline Materials Undergoing Large Deformation”. The title of Zimu’s presentation was: “Multiscale Reduced Order Discrete Damage Theory for Fracture of Composite Materials”
May. 28, 2021—Zimu was selected 3rd place winner 2021 EMI-Modeling Inelasticity and Multiscale Behavior (MIMB) student paper competition. The title of Damin’s poster was: “Reduced-Order Computational Homogenization for Multiscale Problems with Large Deformation – Polycrystalline Materials”. Congratulations Damin!