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.
January 2021 - At least one undergraduate summer research internship (UROP) position will be available in our group. See details here (Project: "A new generation of multi-physics models for material degradation and failure")
December 2020 - Our PI was invited to deliver the inaugural talk of SEMNI's webinar series, the seminar is available in Youtube: https://youtu.be/TPBBN6QHlnw
November 2020 - We have been awarded an EPSRC New Horizons grant and will be hiring an experimental postdoc in early 2021, the ideal candidate should have expertise in nanofabrication and/or hydrogen embrittlement testing. See the advert.
November 2020 - We have an opening for a PhD student within the CDT in Nuclear Energy Futures, project "A new generation of models for predicting corrosion damage in stainless steel". See the full list of projects and application details here. Informal inquires are welcomed at firstname.lastname@example.org
November 2020 - The PI, Dr Martínez-Pañeda, has been awarded the IMechE Prestige Award for Risk Reduction in Mechanical Engineering, which recognises an “eminent engineer who has contributed most in the understanding and/or reduction of risk in mechanical engineering”.
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.