Research Overview:

Our research group focuses on characterization and modeling of heterogeneous materials across scales. We develop multi-scale and multi-physics models to link the microstructure and macroscopic behavior of these materials. This is achieved by combining statistical, computational and numerical modeling methods with experimental techniques conducted at various scales. Some of the applications of our work include carbon sequestration, hydrocarbon recovery and geothermal energy production.

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Research Areas:

Multi-physics micromechanical models and constitutive models informed by the material microstructure.

Multi-scale multi-physics computational modeling frameworks.

Machine-learning aided computational mechanics.

Multi-scale material characterization and data fusion via statistical and machine-learning techniques.