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Group 2017  
(Group, Aug. 2017): from left to right: Pablo Zavattieri, Mehdi Shishehbor, Chanhue Jeong, Adwait Trikanad, Di Wang, Luz Maria Agudelo, Oscar Ojeda, Maryam Sadat Hosseini, Gordon Jarrold,  Mirian Velay-Lizancos, Yunlan Zhang, Vanessa Restrepo, Reza Moini, Fabian Rodriguez, Kristiaan Hector, Hadi Shagerdi esmaeli, Alvaro Garnica, Camilo Valencia.

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Current Group Members:

Director:

Pablo Zavattieri
Pablo D.  Zavattieri
Jerry M. and Lynda T. Engelhardt
Professor in Civil Engineering


Lyles School of Civil Engineering
Purdue University
Delon and Elizabeth Hampton Hall
550 Stadium Mall Drive
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2051
Office: CIVL G217
zavattie@purdue.edu
[CV]

Pablo Zavattieri is the Jerry M. and Lynda T. Engelhardt Professor in Civil Engineering in the Lyles School of Civil Engineering at Purdue University. His contributions in the industry and in the academia focus on the boundary between solid mechanics and materials engineering. His current active research program includes elements of multiscale computational modeling of advanced and sustainable structural materials bridging the gap between atomistic and structural mechanics, mechanics of smart materials, hard biological materials and bio-inspired materials design. His engineering and scientific curiosity lies on the fundamental aspects of how Nature makes better and more sustainable materials.

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Ph.D. Students:




Fabian Nestor Fabian Rodriguez Buitrago, PhD Student
Research Topic:  3D printing of cementitious materials




Pete Jack Connolly, PhD student



Alvaro
Alvaro Garnica, PhD student
Research Topic:  Bioinspired Materials

Garnica received his bachelor degree in aerospace engineering from the University of La Plata, writing his undergraduate thesis in cavitation in elastomers at 2014 he came to the U.S. to complete his master degree in structural engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaing. In 2017 he joined the group of professor Pablo Zavattieri at Purdue university and is currently working in bouligard structures.





Kris Hector
Kristiaan Hector, PhD candidate




Adwait Adwait Arun Trikanad, PhD candidate
Research Topic:  Dyanmic behavior of biological materials.

Adwait received his Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from the National Institute of Technology Karnataka, Surathkal (India) in 2013. In the Fall of 2015, he joined the Multi Scale Mechanics and Materials by Design Lab, and started working with Prof. Pablo Zavattieri in the field of Bioinspired and Biomimetic materials. His research focuses on the finite element simulation of biological systems with current emphasis on the stress absorption and impact resistance properties of the woodpecker, and it's application in the engineering field. He is currently working towards completing his PhD.




Pete Phani Saketh Dasika , PhD Student
Research Topic:  TBD






Pete Yu Wang, PhD Student
Research Topic:  TBD







Current Post-docs


Pete Peter Andrew Kolis
Research Topic:  Applications of architected materials to runway mats










Link to Former Group Members

Our Group's Mathematics Genealogy  [Link]
did you know that our group ancestors include names such as Timoshenko, Dirichlet, Fourier, Lagrange, Euler, Bernoulli? (and it even continues until Copernicus)



Contact Information:  Pablo D.  Zavattieri
Jerry M. and Lynda T. Engelhardt
Professor in Civil Engineering


Lyles School of Civil Engineering
College of Engineering
Purdue University
Delon and Elizabeth Hampton Hall
550 Stadium Mall Drive
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2051
Office: CIVL G217
zavattie@purdue.edu
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