Graduate student SeonHong Na awarded 2nd place in ASCE Engineering Mechanics Institute Student Paper Competition
2nd year graduate student SeonHong Na in our research group has awarded 2nd place in the Student Paper Competition in Inelasticity and Multiscale Behavior Committee at Engineering Mechanics Institute Conference at Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN. His work is on computational cryo-mechanics of frozen soil at finite deformation range. The committee has first chosen 5 finalists among all student paper submitted to the committee. The selected finalists are then given the opportunity to present in front of the judge and the top three papers are selected. SeonHong Na's work is selected by the judge as the top three papers among all of the submitted work to the Inelasticity and Multiscale Behavior Committee. Previously, former student of the research group Dr Yang Liu (now at MIT) has also won the Best Poster Competition at USNCCM San Diego.
Congratulations SeonHong for this wonderful achievement!
PhD Student SeonHong Na has been selected by the judges as one of the five finalists for the EMI Student Competition. He will present his work on computational thermo-hydro-mechanics for frozen porous media at finite strain at 11:30am-1pm at Room: Saratt 325 on Tuesday May 24th.
In addition, the research group will have oral presentations listed below:
T-3-5 Buttrick 103
758: Modeling Thermal Softening Effects in Coupled THM Problems at Finite Strain
WaiChing Sun, Claudio Tamagnini, Federica Ronchi
4:15 pm – 4:30 pm
676: Computational Cryo‐Mechanics for Frozen Soil
SeonHong Na, WaiChing Sun
4:30 pm – 4:45 pm
W-1-7 Buttrick 103
658: Micro‐Polar Discrete‐Continuum Coupling Method for Fluid‐Infiltrating Porous Media
Kun Wang, WaiChing Sun
10:15 am – 10:30 am
W-2-6 Buttrick 103
668: Staggered Schemes for Multiscale Arlequin Poromechanics Problems
WaiChing Sun, Zhijun Cai 3:15 pm – 3:30 pm
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