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I got a PhD from the Delft University of Technology (The Netherlands) in the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geoscienses, under the supervision of Prof. Lambertus Johannes Sluys. My PhD was about multiscale failure modelling of quasi-brittle materials like concrete using advanced discontinuous computational homogenization methods.

After my PhD I have been to a couple of different places (Johns Hopkins University, Cardiff University and The University of Adelaide) before joining Monash University as a lecturer at the Department of Civil Engineering in 2016.


Research area keywords

  • Computational Mechanics
  • Data Science
  • Mechanical Behaviours of Materials
  • Phase-field fracture
  • Dynamic fracture
  • Machine Learning

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