Shefford P. Baker
Materials Science and Engineering
Thurston Hall, Room 329
Computational Solid Mechanics addresses challenging and important problems through a synergy of physics, computational science and engineering, and applied mathematics. These core areas provide the necessary foundation for addressing the wide variety of modern, open problems in computational solid mechanics. Core areas of expertise include multiscale and multiphysics simulations, fracture mechanics, solid continuum mechanics, stochastic mechanics, uncertainty quantification, optimization, health monitoring and prognosis, high performance computing, and inverse problems.
The faculty researchers in this area exemplify the collaborative nature of the work done at Cornell Engineering.