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El grupo de modelado y simulación en ingeniería mecánica de la ETSI industriales se dedica al diseño, análisis e implementación de métodos numéricos avanzados para la simulación de problemas complejos en mecánica de sólidos y fluidos. En concreto, estamos interesados en
  • Métodos de discretización que preserven la estructura matemática y física de las ecuaciones que aproximan.
  • Interacción fluido/estructura. En particular, métodos lagrangianos que se puedan emplear para la simulación tanto de sólidos no lineales como de fluidos incompresible.
  • Métodos multiescala de materiales, y más específicamente en modelos que simulen transporte en materiales a escala atómica.

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Noticias del grupo:

March 15, 2016: Antonio Martínez Cutillas, Associate Professor at the ETSI Caminos and Structural Engineer at CFC sl, will give the seminar entitled “De Carlos Fernández Casado a CFC sl”, at 12:00 in the Green Room of the ETSI Caminos. More information here.
March 8, 2016: Juan Rodado, lecturer at the ETSII and Director of the Structural Division at Prointec, will give the seminar entitled “Eduardo Torroja, forma y tipos estructurales”, at 12:00 in Room C. More information here.
February 2016: Pablo Antolín, from the Università degli Studi di Pavia, gave the seminar entitled “New developments for locking problems in Isogeometric Analysis: nearly-incompressibility and solid shells” at IMDEA materials.
September 2015: Ignacio Romero gave a plenary lecture in the conference NUNDIFF-14 (Halle, Germany) entitled “Structure-preserving integrators for smooth and non-smooth thermomechanical systems
June 2015: Mauricio Ponga (Caltech) gave a seminar at IMDEA entitled “Understanding Prismatic Dislocation Loops in Mg by means of large-scale ab-initio simulations”
June 2015: Ignacio Romero gave a plenary lecture in the XII Finnish Mechanics Days, in Tampere (Finland), entitled “A stabilized, meshless method for the simulation of strongly coupled fluids and nonlinear solids
June 2015: Borja González defended his dissertation entitled “Time multiscale methods for the simulation of slow transport problems in atomistic systems”, with honors
June 2015: David Portillo defended his dissertation entitled “Desarrollo de un método numérico para flujos multimaterial en 2D en ARWEN”, with honors
December 2014: Miguel Urrecha defended his doctoral dissertation entitled “Analysis of Meshfree Methods for Lagrangian Fluid-Structure Interaction”, with honors.