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Extreme Mechanics Letters is pleased to announce the Recipients of the 2022 EML Young Investigator Award

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Extreme Mechanics Letters (EML) honors the best young researchers who have published their highly impactful papers in EML by bestowing upon them the EML Young Investigator Award (YIA). The winners of the EML YIA will be presented a certificate, an honorarium, and an opportunity to give an EML Webinar.

This year (after a 2-year pause), we received 20 nominations of extremely highly impactful young researchers whose nominated papers were published in EML in the past 2+ years. We are very pleased to announce the 4 Winners of the 2022 Extreme Mechanics Letters Young Investigator Award (in alphabetical order).

Ruobing Bai, Assistant Professor, Northeastern University, USA

Dr. Bai was selected based on his paper “Temperature-modulated photomechanical actuation of photoactive liquid crystal elastomers”, Extreme Mechanics Letters, Volume 51, P. 101614 (2022).

Emma Lejeune, Assistant Professor, Boston University, Boston, USA

Dr. Lejeune was selected based on her paper “Predicting mechanically driven full-field quantities of interest with deep learning-based metamodels”, Extreme Mechanics Letters, Volume 50, P. 101566

(2022).

Diego Misseroni, Associate Professor, University of Trento, Italy

Dr. Misseroni was selected based on his paper “Experimental realization of tunable Poisson’s ratio in deployable origami metamaterials”, Extreme Mechanics Letters, Volume 53, P. 101685 (2022).

Xueju Wang, Assistant Professor, University of Connecticut, USA

Dr. Wang was selected based on her paper “Reconfiguration of multistable 3D ferromagnetic mesostructures guided by energy landscape surveys”, Extreme Mechanics Letters, Volume 48, P. 101428 (2021).

The winning papers are freely available for you to read online until 31 December 2023.

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