Jeong-Hoon Song
Assistant Professor
Civil Environmental and Architectural Engineering

ECOT 549

MSE Areas: Computational Material Design, Computational Material Characterization, Computational Multiscale Failure Analysis, Nano composites, Hybrid composites

Dr. Song’s general research interests include: 1) predicting material deterioration process in various length scales, 2) virtually characterizing and designing new advanced materials through computational multiscale approach, and 3) predicting behaviors of multiphysics-induced material interaction systems, etc.

Selected Publications and Accomplishments

Y. Fu and J.H. Song, “On computing stress in polymer systems involving multi-body potentials from molecular dynamics simulation”, Journal of Chemical Physics, 141, 054108 (2014).

Y. Fu and J.H. Song, “Large deformation mechanism of glassy polyethyelene polymer nanocomposites: coarse grain molecular dynamics study”, Computational Material Science, DOI: 10.1016/j.commatsci.2014.06.003, (2014).

J.H. Song and Y.C. Yoon, “Multiscale failure analysis with coarse-grained micro cracks and damage”, Theoretical and Applied Fracture Mechanics, 72: 100-109 (2014).