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Winners & Finalists of the 31th Edition of the Annual Robert J. Melosh Competition at Duke University

The winner of the 2019 Robert J. Melosh Medal is Dewen Yushu (University of Notre Dame), who presented the paper "The data-driven multiscale multigrid solver, preconditioner and reduced-order model."

Congratulations also to the other finalists! They are listed below, with their respective papers:

Siddhant Kumar, California Institute of Technology and ETH Zurich "Enhanced local maximum-entropy approximation for stable meshfree simulations;"

Shuaifang Zhang, University of Florida, "A phase-field model of crack propagation in anisotropic brittle materials;"

Daicong Da, University Paris-East, "Topology optimization design of complex heterogeneous meterials and structures." 

 

A few pictures of the award ceremony are attached at the link: 

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/qyt789a5s34zsoi/AABYKxkofcSkKugUea-RMbrfa?dl=0

 

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