AMCS Seminar

Prof. Shaoping Xiao
Multiscale modeling and simulation in engineering applications

Abstract: Scale plays a vital role in science and engineering. Modeling and simulation at multiple scales, including multiple length scales and multiple time scales, becomes a challenge in many engineering applications. In this seminar, two types of multiscale methods will be introduced. One is hierarchical (or sequential) mutliscale modeling, and the other is concurrent multiscale modeling. A few examples will be used to demonstrate multiscale modeling and simulation in Engineering applications: material properties of nanomaterials, mechanical behaviors of nanodevices, material phase changing problems, and lubrication in mechanical systems.
     Dr. Xiao  is an associate professor in the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at The University of Iowa. He was graduated by Northwestern University with a PhD degree in mechanical engineering before joining The University of Iowa. His group's research interests include finite element method, mesh free particle methods, and multiscale modeling and simulation.

Event Date: 
February 3, 2017 - 3:30pm to 4:30pm
221 MLH
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