ASCE-108E, Department of Mechanical Engineering
the University of Akron
Akron, OH, 44325
At Micro/Nano Engineering Lab, we apply theoretical and numerical methods to interpret and solve engineering problems at micro and nano scale. One aspect of our research is to use atomistic modeling (Density Functional Theory, Molecular Dynamics Simulation and Lattice Dynamics), statisticial modeling (Boltzmann Transport Equation and Monte Carlo Method) and continuum modeling (Finite Differential/Volume/Element Methods) to investigate mechanical, thermal and electrical properties of materials. Another aspect of our research is methodology development. We develop novel and robust numerical methods, and make them available to the research community. We also closely collaborate with experimentalists. The experiment data are used to verify our models. In return, the improved models are further applied to provide intelligent information for experiments.
Current research topics include:
2. Laser-matter interaction
3. Energy transport at interfaces
Graduate student position:
We have one Ph.D position available. Students with B.S. or M.S. degree in areas of computational mechanics, physics, material science are encouraged to contact Dr. Dong with a resume and publications (if applicable) through email@example.com. For more information about the doctoral program at the department of mechanical engineering, the University of Akron, please visit ME webpage.
Interested visiting students and scholars are welcome to contact Dr. Dong.