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Song, Jeong-Hoon Assistant Professor


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  • Dr. Song’s research focuses on investigating various multiscale/multiphysics problems related to civil infra structures and advanced structural materials. His topics of interest include, but are not limited to: computational characterization/prediction of material behaviors in atomistic, quasi-continuum and continuum length scales, computational material design for the optimization of mechanical properties and performances, and computational prediction of multiphysics-induced system failure/interaction behaviors. Dr. Song is also working on developing new advanced computational analysis schemes such as the extended finite element method (XFEM), extended element-free Galerkin method (XEFGM), extended particle difference method (EPDM) and system interaction analysis algorithms to predict wide range of multiscale/multiphysics-induced engineering mechanics/science problems.


  • Computational mechanics, Finite element methods, Meshfree methods, Computational failure analysis, Computational multiscale/multiphysics analysis, Structural system analysis, Integrated computational materials engineering, Computational model reduction


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