Integrated Multi-Physics Lab
Our main interests are investigating multi-physics, multi-scale phenomena through integrating theoretical, experimental, computational analysis combined with data sciences.
Coupled multi-physics phenomena are defined as phenomena with at least two independent physical processes in one or multiple regimes and typically involves solving coupled systems of partial differential equations. For instance, fluid injection into a heterogeneous porous media and the impact of chemical corrosion at the fracture tips, etc. We investigate these phenomena experimentally, theoretically and numerically.
Research Positions Available
Positions are currently available for post-docs, graduate and undergraduate students interested in the study of multi-scale, multi-physics. Please contact Dr. Newell directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
At IMP Lab we are committed to promoting a JEDI ( Just, equitiable, diverse, and inclusive) community!
- We are excited to have Tyler join the lab. He is a sophomore in Mechanical Engineering and one of the …
- We are excited to have a new member, Joe Spencer, joining us as an undergraduate researcher. He is currently wrapping …
- Our new collaborative paper entitled Numerical simulation of interfacial and subinterfacial crack propagation by using extended peridynamics is now published.
- EP 45: Academic mentoring
- Our recent collaborative paper with Sandia National Laboratories is available at: A level set approach for the computational study of …
- Congratulations to Yanbo for passing his Ph.D. proposal defense successfully.
- Ep 44: Student fellowships
- Ep 43: Fun facts on the Nobel prize