Our lab is always looking for motivated students wishing to discover computational solid mechanics through challenging research topics and/or practical applications. We try to provide unique project subjects, tailored to the student and related to research relevant to the laboratory, such as:
- fracture and damage mechanics
- numerical methods (finite elements, boundary elements, coupling methods, homogenization, etc.)
- structural analysis
- contact mechanics, tribology
- discrete and atomistic modeling
- high performance computing
- material modeling
- and many more…
The complete list of available projects can be found here, only shortly before each semester. We often engage in collaborations with other labs and universities. We are also open to suggestions for project topics. If you have an idea for a project you wish to do within our lab, don’t hesitate to contact us.
Former student projects
Below is a non-exhaustive list of previous projects done by students of LSMS.