Our research focuses on computational and experimental mechanics to investigate nonlinear structural behaviors at various time and length scales.
For instance, failure may occur in micro seconds due to impact loading, which leads to microbranching and fragmentation phenomena.
Damage can be accumulated over several years due to cyclic loading, which results in fatigue failure.
The fundamental goal of such research is to advance state-of-art science and technology and to provide better life to our community.
If one would like to join the group and contribute to challenge and interesting research areas, please contact the Computational & Experimental Mechanics Laboratory (CEML).
- Hyunil Baek received his master degree in February, 2017. His research focused on dynamic fracture investigation for materials with micro-structures. Congratulation! - Feb. 27, 2017
- Jinyoung Kim and Yeji Hong have joined the group as undergraduate interns - Jan. 7, 2017
- Dr. Minkwan Ju has joined the group as a research professor. Welcome to the CEM group! - Jan. 3, 2017
- Prof. Park and H.T. Kim received the distinguished paper award at the 5th International Symposium on Reliability Engineering and Risk Management (ISRERM 2016). The title of the paper is Effects of neutron radiation on performance and design strength of RC beams for nuclear power plants. - Aug. 19, 2016
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N409, Building 121
Civil & Environmental Engineering
Seoul 03722, Republic of Korea