Welcome to Multiscale Computational Physics Lab
We develop fundamental theories and utilize simulation based experiments for different physical problems under different time/length scale and their applicaitons
The Multiscale Computational Physics Lab held by Professor James M. Chen is avtive in theoretical study and simulation based experiments of physical problems under different time/length scales. Current works focus on Coarse-Grain Molecular Dynamics (CGMD) Simulation, Atomistic Field Theory (AFT), nano-electrodynamics, multiscale fracture mechanics, generalized atomistic finite element method (GAFEM), computatinoal Micropolar fluid dynamics (CMFD) and biocontinuum mechanics. Please explore our website to learn more about us.
Feburary 10, 2012
Dr. Chen's manuscript entitled "Micropolar Theory of Flexoelectricity" is accepted for publication in Journal of Advanced Mathematics and Applications
August 15, 2011
Dr. Chen has arrived on Indiana University-Purdue University, Fort Wayne and found Multiscale Computational Physics Lab.
Research Position Opening
If you are interested in studying in one of our research topics, please feel free to contact Dr. Chen at email@example.com. No matter you are undergraduate, graduate or visiting scholarship, if you are interested in our works, our lab is always open to everyone.
Research Partners Collaboration
We are seeking partner working on fluid dynamics and multiscale/nano/micro mechanics. Interested candidates please contact James Chen
For further information/inquiries, please feel free to contact the Lab Director
College of Engineering, Technology, and Computer Science
Department of Manufacturing and Construction Engineering Technology and Interior Design (MCET)
ET 221M, 2101 E. Coliseum Blvd.
Fort Wayne, IN 46805-1499