Francesca Fantoni received the GIMC (Italian Group of Computational Mechanics) award for the best oral presentation at XXIV AIMETA Congress. The presentation was titled:" Predicting the constitutive response of heterogeneous materials via machine learning".
Alberto Salvadori was recipient of the HPC-Europa3 Transnational Access programme with the project " Virtual batteries: multiscale, multiphysics, and HPC for the next generation of energy storage materials" as PI.
Valentina Damioli was awarded the "Guido Berlucchi Foundation Young Researchers Mobility Programme"
to sponsor her study at University of Notre Dame on the "Modeling Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor Receptor-2 relocationand localization".
Davide Grazioli's Ph.D. thesis was awarded the title of best Italian Ph.D. thesis in the area of Mechanics of Solids in year 2015. Davide presented his work at the GIMC/GMA international conference in Lucca.
Alberto Salvadori was recipient of the University of Notre Dame FY2016 FRSP Initiation Grant Program "BatterieX: Experiments, modeling, simulations towards the design of batteries under extreme conditions" as PI.
Alberto Salvadori was recipient of the 2016, Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness), and The European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) with the project "New approaches in computational fracture mechanics to characterize crack initiation and propagation in composites at different scales" as Co-PI.
Francesca Fantoni was awarded the "ESIS support for researchers"
to participate to the 20th European Conference on
Fracture Mechanics, Trondheim (Norway), 1st-4th July, 2014
Francesca Fantoni was awarded the "IACM, WCCM 2014 support for researchers"
to participate to the 11th World
Congress on Computational Mechanics (WCCM XI)-5th European Conference on
Computational Mechanics (ECCM V), Barcelona (Spain), 20th-25th July, 2014