News & Events
Congratulations David Henann!!! David Henann (postdoc in the Kamrin Group) accepts an offer to become Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Brown University.
Prof Kamrin and Reis' program i2.002, which mixes new online multimedia tools into residential education, receives the MIT Spotlight. Read the press release and coverage in Education News.
Come to our session Continuum Descriptions of Discrete Materials at the APS March Meeting in Baltimore.
The paper "A Predictive, Size-Dependent Continuum Model for Dense Granular Flows," with David Henann, is accepted to PNAS.
Read the press release by MIT news about this work.
Ken wins an NSF CAREER Award!
The paper "Some Exact Properties of the Effective Slip Over Surfaces with Hydrophobic Patternings" is accepted as a letter to Phys. Fluids.
See you at the ASME Congress in Houston! Come by our sessions on Amorphous Solids.
Come to the 3rd annual NEW.Mech Workshop being help this year at Brown University on November 3! This workshop is aimed to bring together the New England mechanics community to disseminate results and discuss ongoing reasearch. Registration is free!
Boris Valkov joins the Kamrin Group.
The paper Reference Map Technique for Finite-Strain Elasticity and Fluid-Solid Interaction is accepted to J. Mech. Phys. Solids.
Dr. Zakia Sultana is welcomed to the group!
The paper Nonlocal Constitutive Relation for Steady Granular Flow, with Georg Koval, appears in Phys. Rev. Lett.
Read the press release by MIT news about this work, and watch the educational video. Also see coverage in Mechanical Engineering: The Magazine of ASME, Motion System Design, RedOrbit, and IndustryWeek.
Come to our session Continuum Descriptions of Discrete Materials at the APS March Meeting in Boston.
Professors Kamrin and Reis launch i2.002, MIT's first for-credit class to be offered concurrently online!
The paper "Soft Catenaries", with L. Mahadevan, is accepted to J. Fluid Mech.
See you at the 48th Society of Engineering Science Meeting in Evanston.
Sachith Dunatunga, Pierre Six, and David Henann are welcomed to the group!
The New England Workshop on the Mechanics of Materials and Structures is fast approaching. Looking forward to seeing you on October 1.