Computational simulations allow designing complex systems and predicting their behavior before production. This capability reduces the need for experimentation and facilitates understanding of the mechanisms behind the scientific phenomena involving complex physical interactions. Moreover, the progressive increase in computing power and significant developments in numerical methods accelerate the usage of simulation technologies.

I conduct research on several topics in computational mechanics area, which forms the foundation for the numerical simulations involving continuum materials and structures. My research framework consists of three main parts: designing novel materials and structures, developing alternative numerical methods, building innovative computational models. Please click the links below to learn more about these branches.

Novel Materials
and Structures

Numerical Methods


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