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Maute, Kurt Professor and the Palmer Engineering Chair


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  • Dr. Maute's research is concerned with computational mechanics and design optimization methods, focusing on fundamental problems in solid and fluid mechanics and heat transfer. He studies these computational approaches with applications to civil, mechanical and aerospace engineering problems. For the past 25 years, Dr. Maute worked on topology and shape optimization methods for a broad range of problems, in particular coupled multi-physics and multi-scale problems, such as fluid-structure interaction and chemo-mechanically coupling. Dr. Maute has developed stochastic prediction and design optimization methods for coupled multi-physics problems under uncertainty using high-fidelity models.


  • Computational Design Optimization, Computational Mechanics, Solid Mechanics, Fluid Mechanics, Heat Transfer, Structural Dynamics, Uncertainty Quantification, Fluid-Structure Interaction, Aeroelasticity, Multiphysics Coupling, Multiscale Simulation


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