Recent Advances in Finite Element Methods for Structural AcousticsSaikat Dey
Naval Research Laboratory, on contract from SFA, Inc.
Tuesday, March 28, 2006 15:00-16:00,
Speaker Bio: Dr. Dey's primary research interest and expertise is in computational mechanics and numerical analysis as applied to the physics-based solution of problems arising from a range of engineering and scientific disciplines. He earned his PhD in Computational Mechanics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Since 1997, Dr. Dey has been an on-site contractor with the Physical Acoustics Branch of the Naval Research Laboratory where he designed and developed STARS3D, a parallel, three-dimensional, hp-finite-element-based numerical infrastructure for modeling a wide range of problems dealing with vibratory and structural-acoustic response of fluid-structure systems. Earlier, as part of his graduate studies, Dr. Dey developed several novel algorithms for use in automatic discretization of CAD models, many of which have been incorporated in leading commercial mesh-generation software. Dr. Dey is a member of the United States Association for Computational Mechanics (USACM).
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