Gus successfully defended his PhD. He is starting a career as a postdoc at Boston University. Congratulations Gus!
June 5, 2021
Niaz received University Research Award with Chenliang Xu from CS.
June 2, 2021
Ogi received The Richard Eisenberg Engineering Award. Congratulations Ogi!
June 1, 2021
Zheming Guo, Zhaotang Du, and Linh Vu joined the team, a warm wlecome to them all!
December 14, 2020
Haomin is the first PhD student graduated from ACMML! She is starting a career as a machine learning data scientist at Roblox. Congratulations Haomin!
The Advanced Computational Mechanics and Materials Laboratory (ACMML) in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at University of Rochester integrates our knowledge of physics, solid mechanics, materials science, computational multiscale modeling, and experimentation to improve the understanding of the physics of the deformation of advanced materials and develop mathematical models to predict the mechanical or physical properties of such materials.
- Multiscale modeling of nanoscale metallic multilayers
- Computational prediction of the structure of semicoherent interfaces
- Nanoporous materials
- Composite pseudoelastic nanowires
For more information about the Advanced Computational Mechanics and
Materials Laboratory contact Niaz Abdolrahim, principal investigator.