In our group, we combine theoretical, computational and experimental methods to study the mechanical behaviour of materials. Our primary focus is on material degradation and multi-physics problems, with diverse applications in science and technology - from batteries to wind turbine structures. Take a look at who we are in the People tab; read more about some of our ongoing research activities in the Research tab; see our latest papers in the Publications tab; check our computational and experimental resources in the Facilities Tab; and feel free to download and use our Codes.
There are numerous opportunities for establishing a connection and for joining the Mechanics of Infrastructure Materials Lab. Inquires are welcomed.
October 2020 - The PI, Dr Martínez-Pañeda, has been awarded the Simo Prize by SEMNI, an annual award to the best Spanish young scientist in the field of Computational Mechanics.
September 2020 - Chuanjie Cui (Tongji University) and Danhui Yang (Xi'an Jiaotong University) have been successful in their CSC applications and will be joining us for an extended period.
August 2020 - We are looking for an enthusiastic and talented PhD student to join our group. Details here.