LABORATORY FOR COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS (Lab CME)

1. INTRODUCTION

The Laboratory for Computational Mechanics (Lab CME) was established in 2022 as a research unit of  Institute for Computational Science and Artificial Intelligence, Van Lang University. Lab CME focuses on the development and application of computational methods to study the behavior of complex systems in mechanical engineering and science. The laboratory typically consists of researchers with backgrounds in mechanics, materials science, computer science, and applied mathematics.

Lab CME conducts research in a variety of areas, including numerical methods, multiscale modeling, computational fluid dynamics, reliability analysis, smart materials and structures, damage detection, vibration control, homogenization, structural optimization and machine learning. The laboratory aims to develop and apply advanced computational techniques to model the behavior of complex systems in various fields, including aerospace, civil engineering, materials science, biomechanics, and geomechanics.

Overall, the Laboratory for Computational Mechanics plays a vital role in bridging the gap between theory and practice by developing and applying advanced computational techniques to real-world problems in various fields. The laboratory’s research aims to improve our understanding of complex systems and develop innovative solutions to practical challenges in engineering and science.

2. MISSION AND VISION

The mission of Lab CME is to conduct topical research in computational mechanics, with a focus on developing and applying advanced computational methods to solve practical problems in mechanical engineering and science. The laboratory aims to collaborate with industry, government, and academic partners to identify key challenges in various fields and develop innovative solutions that have a significant impact on society.

The vision of Lab CME is to be a leading research group in the field of computational mechanics, recognized for its innovative and impactful research, and for its contributions to the development of new computational methods and tools for solving practical engineering and science problems.

3. RESEARCH INTERESTS

4. PUBLICATIONS 

MEMBERS

Dr. Nguyen Sy Tuan (Nguyễn Sỹ Tuân)

Dr. Mohamed El Amine Ben Seghier

Dr. Vo Thanh Hung (Võ Thanh Hùng)

Dr. Nguyen Hoang Son (Nguyễn Hoàng Sơn)

MScLy Khuong Duy (Lý Khương Duy)

  • Position: Fulltime assistant researcher
  • Areas of expertise: Computational Mechanics, Structural Optimization, Artificial Intelligence, Damage Detection, Vibration Control
  • Email: duy.lykhuong@vlu.edu.vn
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  • ResearcherID: GRO-0941-2022
  • ORCID ID: 0000-0002-5265-7368

MScBui Ngoc Tram (Bùi Ngọc Trâm)

  • Position: Fulltime assistant researcher
  • Areas of expertise: Computational Mechanics, Structural Optimization, Artificial Intelligence, Damage Detection, Vibration Control
  • Email: tram.buingoc@vlu.edu.vn
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  • ResearcherID: HHM-7036-2022
  • ORCID ID: 0000-0003-4497-7553

Dr. Pham Toan Thang (Phạm Toàn Thắng)

  • Position: Parttime researcher
  • Areas of expertise: Computational Mechanics
  • Email: thang.phamtoan@vlu.edu.vn