Prof. Christian Peco
212 EES Building, 409D
Engineering Science and Mechanics, Penn State
University Park, PA 16802
Assistant Professor at Engineering Science and Mechanics, Penn State. At LCBN, we develop and apply computational models to answer fundamental scientific questions in exotic materials. Currently, we explore the emergent behavior of biological networks for AI, the mechanics of nano-enriched ice for ultrasonic evaluation, and multiscale, high performance computing for fracture mechanics in complex microstructures.
Other appointments and past collaborations:
Postdoctoral Research Associate (Duke University)
Information Initiative at Duke (iiD)
Research collaborator (Fuel Modeling and Simulation Department, Idaho National Lab)
Research collaborator (Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology)
Ph.D. in Computational Mechanics (UPC-BarcelonaTech)
B.S. and M.S. in Civil Engineering (UPC-BarcelonaTech)
Structural Engineering Professor at Universidad de Chile
Physics and Mathematics Sciences Faculty
Research Scientist at UPC-BarcelonaTech
Research group LaCàN, Applied Mathematics III department
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya - BarcelonaTech
OUR RESEARCH: COMPUTATIONAL MATERIALS AT THE INTERFACE OF ENGINEERING AND BIOLOGY
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NEWS AND UPCOMING EVENTS IN THE LAB:
Dr. Farshad Ghanbari became the first Ph.D of the group with his dissertation ''Phase-field modeling of interactive biological networks: from zombie ants to slime molds"