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  • MEEG467/667-028 Computational Solid Mechanics (Spring 2018) This is a new course designed for the senior undergraduate students as well as the graduate students at UD.
  • MEEG215 Mechanics of Solids (Fall 2017). Analytical study of stresses and deformations and their application to the design of machine and structural elements under axial, torsional, bending and lateral loads. Buckling and energy methods are discussed. 

  • Mechanics Research with Supercomputers (Winter 2017). This is a 3.5 weeks program designed to educate undergraduate students on applying the ideas of solid mechanics and design the architect of heterogeneous materials and structures using various supercomputing resources available at UD. Research topics include predicting mechanical properties in heterogeneous materials and structures with applications in biology, structural materials and solar cells.  
  • MEEG467-023, 667-023 Multiscale Modeling of Materials (Spring 2016). This is a new course designed for the senior undergraduate students as well as the graduate students at UD. The goal of this course is to introduce various computational approaches that play a critical role in understanding material's behavior across multiple length and time scales. The complete lecture schedule is available HERE. Registered students will have access to TACC Dell PowerEdge C8220 Cluster, obtained through an NSF supported allocation of 200,000 computing hours and 1TB memory (MSS150024) for the homework and project work of the course.
  • MEEG215 Mechanics of Solids (Fall 2016). Analytical study of stresses and deformations and their application to the design of machine and structural elements under axial, torsional, bending and lateral loads. Buckling and energy methods are discussed. The complete lecture schedule is available HERE