Active research projects include finite element modeling, multi-scale modeling, large-scale parallel simulations, nanomaterials synthesis and characterization, mechanical testing of nanostructures and ultrafine grain nanocrystalline materials.
Depending on interest, graduate students with interests in bioengineering typically make primary course selections from the following list. For a complete listing of available courses, students are advised to consult the course delivery schedule.
- MEGR 6141/8141: Theory of Elasticity I
- MEGR 7108/8108: Finite Element Analysis & Applications
- MEGR 7163/8163:Materials Characterization and Analysis
- MEGR 7172/8172: Computational Methods in Engineering
- MEGR 7173/8173: Engineering Design Optimization
- MEGR 7090/8090: Special Topics: Fracture Mechanics
- MEGR 7090/8090: Special Topics: Computational Plasticity
- MEGR 7090/8090: Special Topics: Advanced Computational Mechanics