Past PhD Students

At Johns Hopkins University

  • P. Chakraborty, 2012, Dissertation Title: Wavelet Transformation Based Multi-Time Scale Method for Fatigue Crack Initiation in Polycrystalline Alloys (Joined Idaho National Laboratory)
  • D. Paquet, 2011, Dissertation Title: Adaptive Multi-Level Model for Multi-Scale Ductile Fracture Analysis in Heterogeneous Aluminum Alloys (Joined Hydro-Québec Research Institute (IREQ)


At The Ohio State University

  • A. Srivastava, 2010, Dissertation Title: A Molecular Dynamics Based Study of Bulk and Finite Polystyrene-Carbon Dioxide Binary Systems (Joined Univ. of Chicago, Argonne National Lab as post-doc.)
  • V. Dakshinamurthy, Spring 2009, Dissertation Title: Integrated Multi-scale Characterization and Analysis Model for Ductile Fracture of Heterogeneous Metallic Alloys, (Joined ExxonMobil)
  • D. S. Joseph, 2009, Dissertation Title: Wavelet Decomposed Multi-Time Scale Algorithm for Crystal Plasticity FEM Based Analysis of Cyclic Deformation (Joined Scientific Forming Technologies Corporation)
  • H. Bhatnagar, Autumn 2008, Dissertation Title: Computational Modeling of Failure in Thermal Barrier Coatings under Cyclic Thermal Loads, (Joined Siemens-Energy, FL)
  • J. R. Jain, Autumn 2008, Dissertation Title: Homogenization Based Damage Models for Monotonic and Cyclic Loading in 3D Composite Materials, (Joined Baker Hughes Inc, Houston, TX)
  • J. Bai, Winter 2008, Dissertation Title: A Homogenization based Continuum Plasticity-Damage Model for Ductile Failure of Materials Containing Heterogeneities, (Joined M3TechCenter)
  • C. Hu, Autumn 2007, Dissertation Title: Locally Enhanced Voronoi Cell Finite Element Model (LE-VCFEM) for Ductile Fracture in Heterogeneous Cast Aluminum Alloys, (Joined Ford Product Development, Dearborn, MI)
  • M. J. Groeber, Summer 2007, Dissertation Title: Development of an Automated Characterization-Representation Framework for the Modeling of Polycrystalline Materials in 3D, (Joined Air Force Research Laboratory, WPAFB, Dayton, OH)
  • S. Li, Summer 2005, Dissertation Title: Extended Voronoi Cell Finite Element Model for Damage in Brittle Matrix Composites, (Joined Algor Inc., Pittsburgh, PA)
  • P. Raghavan, Summer 2003, Dissertation Title: Multiple Scale Modeling of  Damage in Composite Materials,(Joined INTEL Corp., Chandler, AZ)
  • K. Lee, 1998, Dissertation Title: Adaptive Hierarchical Modeling of Response and Damage in Heterogeneous Materials, (Joined  Scientific Forming Technologies, Columbus, OH)
  • M. Li,  1998, Dissertation Title: Characterization and Modeling of Damage in Metal Matrix Composite Microstructures, (Joined  Ford Research Laboratory, Dearborn, MI)
  • S. Moorthy, 1997, Dissertation Title: The Voronoi Cell Finite Element Method for  Response and Damage Analysis of Arbitrary Heterogeneous Media, (Joined Louisiana State University, LA as Assistant Professor)
  • S. Roy, 1994. Dissertation Title: An Approach to Optimal Design of Multi-stage Metal Forming Processes By Micro-Genetic Algorithms., (Joined Altair Engineering, Troy, MI)