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2017 Melosh Medal Winners and Finalists

The 2017 (tied) winners of the Robert J. Melosh Medal are Matthias Mayr
 (Sandia National Laboratories, previously at TUM, Munich Germany) and Heng Chi (GATech).

Matthias Mayr presented the paper "A Finite-Element-Based Monolithic Solver for Fluid-Structure Interaction with a Novel Hybrid Schwarz Preconditioner," and Heng Chi presented the paper "Nonlinear elements without explicit shape functions: A mimetic-inspired method." Congratulations to both!

Twenty-eight edition of the Annual Robert J. Melosh Competition at Duke University

 Duke University will host on April 28, 2017 the XXVIII Annual Robert J. Melosh Competition for best papers by graduate (or recently graduated) students. The deadline for extended abstract submission is January 16, 2017.

2016 Melosh Medal Winner and Finalists

The 2016 winner of the Robert J. Melosh Medal is Maruti Kumar Munuduru, with the paper “Structure-Preserving Finite Element Formulations for Advective-Diffusive-Reactive Systems.” Maruti earned a Ph.D. Degree from the University of Houston, and is currently a post-doctoral appointee at Los Alamos National Laboratory.

 

The other five finalists in the competition were (in alphabetical order):

Miguel Arriaga (Columbia University) “Stability Analysis of Metals Capturing Brittle and Ductile Fracture through a Phase Field Method and Shear Band Localization”

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The 27th Annual "Robert J. Melosh" Competition for the best student paper on finite element analysis, will be held at Duke Univeristy on April 29, 2016.

The original deadline of January 11 has been exteded to January 15. See the attached flyier if interested in participating. 

Deadline extended - Melosh Competition - January 15

The 27th Annual "Robert J. Melosh" Competition for the best student paper on finite element analysis, will be held at Duke Univeristy on April 29, 2016. Please check the attached flyier if interested in participating. 

Robert J. Melosh Competition - 2016

 

The 27th Annual "Robert J. Melosh" Competition for the best student paper on finite element analysis, will be held at Duke Univeristy on April 29, 2016. Please check the attached flyier if interested in participating.  

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