posted February 13, 2014
Associate Professor Ryan Elliott (Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics) has received the Thomas J.R. Hughes Young Investigator Award from the Applied Mechanics Division of ASME. The award is given to researchers under 40 who have made special achievements in applied mechanics. ASME is an international professional organization devoted to enabling collaboration and promoting the role of the engineer in society. This awards recognizes Professor Elliott's work in atomistic simulations of shape memory alloys.
Professor Elliott uses MSI resources to create simulations of objective structures. More information about this research, including a bibliography of recent publications, can be found on the Elliott group’s project abstract page.