Artem Korobenko, Assistant Professor

PhD in Structural Engineering with Specialization in Computational Science University of California San DiegoUSA
M Sc in Mechanical Engineering Clemson UniversityUSA
B Sc in Aerospace Engineering National Aerospace University "Kharkiv Aviation Institute"Ukraine

Artem Korobenko

Areas of Research

Ongoing and perspective research directions
My current research includes: computational fluid and structural mechanics; fluid-structure interaction (FSI); dynamically-data-driven simulations (DDDS); turbulence modeling and computing; damage modeling in composite structures; finite element method; isogeometric analysis (IGA); large-scale computing and their application in wind energy, civil, aerospace and offshore/marine engineering.

Supervising degrees

Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Doctoral: Accepting Inquiries
Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Masters: Accepting Inquiries
Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Masters: Accepting Inquiries

Working with this supervisor

I am always looking for highly motivated and creative graduate students (Ph.D. and M.Sc.) with interests in computational fluid and structural mechanics. Candidates should have a good communication skills and strong background in numerical methods and programming in one of the languages (Fortran/Python/C/C++) and have solid knowledge in one of the following areas: structural/solid mechanics, computational fluid dynamics, applied mechanics, computational mathematics. The familiarity with Linux operating system is desirable. Students with an expertise in GPU and parallel computing are especially encouraged to apply. Interested candidates should review the basic requirements for admission to the Graduate School at the Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering and send me a copy of their CV. For information on scholarship opportunities, please see Awards database

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