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Maurizio Chiaramonte
Maurizio Chiaramonte

Assistant Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Room: E324 Engineering Quad
Phone: 609-258-5426

Webpage: Computational Mechanics Group

Curriculum Vitae

Concurrent University Appointments

  • Associated Faculty, Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials (PRISM)

Research Interests

Prof. Chiaramonte is interested in developing, advancing, and leveraging numerical tools, such as finite element methods, numerical optimization techniques, as well as machine learning algorithms, to support the advancement of engineering design and the understanding of fundamental physical phenomena.

Particular emphasis of his work is on numerical methods for simulating damage and fracture, largely deforming inelastic solids, viscoplastic fluids, as well as fluid-structure interaction. The development of such numerical tools is driven by applications in the context of hazard modeling, energy resources engineering, as well as defense.

Research Areas

  • Computational solid and fluid mechanics
  • Computational fracture mechanics
  • Constitutive modeling
  • Eulerian methods for inelastic solids

 Updated: January 31, 2018