Mohammadreza Yaghoobi

Research Investigator

yaghoobi@umich.edu

1209 ERB II

Bio



EDUCATION:

Ph.D. (Mech. Mater.), Louisiana State University, 2017
M.Sc. (Structural Eng.), Sharif University of Technology, Iran, 2011
B.Sc. (Civil Eng.), IKIU, Iran, 2008

RESEARCH INTERESTS:

My primary research interest is in multiscale computational plasticity and damage mechanics of crystalline materials, composites, and ceramics with emphasis on the theoretical modeling, numerical simulation of material behavior, and experimental correlation. Research activities of particular interest includes modelling at different length scales including atomistic simulation, crystal plasticity finite element method, and local and nonlocal continuum plasticity. Central to my research is serving as a lead developer of PRISMS-Plasticity software, which is an open-source parallel 3-D crystal plasticity and continuum plasticity finite element code.


PRIOR EXPERIENCE:

Postdoctoral Researcher (August 2017-Febraury 2018), LSU Computational Solid Mechanics Laboratory with Professor George G. Voyiadjis

Research Assistant (September 2012-August 2017), LSU Computational Solid Mechanics Laboratory with Professor George G. Voyiadjis

Instructor (September 2014-May 2015), Mechanics of Materials Lab, Louisiana State University


AWARDS AND SERVICE:

Member, Nanomechanics and micromechanics committee, Engineering Mechanics Institute | ASCE

2ndplace in 2017 Modeling Inelasticity & Multiscale Behavior Student Paper Competition, San Diego, CA, USA

1st place in 2016 Consortium for innovation in Manufacturing & Materials graduate student research conference, Louisiana, LA, USA

1st place in 2015 CEE graduate student research conference, Louisiana State University, LA, USA