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Aurelie JEAN, PhD

Aurelie JEAN, PhD

Postdoctoral Associate

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Greater Boston Area

I have an expertise in Mathematical Modeling and Software Development in the area of Solid Mechanics. I am currently working on the structural- mechanical modeling of human tissues response at MIT and the Institute for Soldier Nanotechnologies.

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Postdoctoral Associate

I am currently conducting my postdoctoral research under the supervision of Prof. Raul Radovitzky at the ISN (Institute for Soldiers Nanotechnologies) at MIT. I am interested in modeling the mechanical response of tissues and organs under extreme conditions such as blast or impact by modeling/simulating their (micro)structure. My research focuses on brain tissue response under blast to better understand the outcomes from traumatic brain injury, and spongious bone multi-scale tissue response under impact. In addition, I am interested in quantifying the biomimicry of existing human tissue surrogates, i.e how these synthetic tissues can mimic the mechanical response of human tissue.

- Large-scale explicit dynamic Finite Element simulations
- Discontinuous Galerkin with cohesive zone models for fracture
- Biomimicry analysis
- Image-based meshing and modeling
- Implementation (C++, Python)
- co-Developer of a parallel FE solver for large-scale problems in Solid Mechanics

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