Carnegie Mellon University
June 10, 2013

Dayal Awarded the EMI Leonardo Da Vinci Award

Dayal Awarded the EMI Leonardo Da Vinci Award

CEE Assistant Professor Kaushik Dayal has recently been awarded the ASCE 2013 EMI Leonardo Da Vinci Award for his important contributions to understanding far-from-equilibrium molecular dynamics; domain patterns in ferroelectrics; and phase transformations in peridynamics analyses. Dayal’s award will be presented at the EMI 2013 Conference later this summer.


The EMI Leonardo Da Vinci Award was established in 2011 and recognizes outstanding young investigators early in their careers for promising ground-breaking developments in the field of Engineering Mechanics and Mechanical Sciences as relevant to Civil Engineering, understood in the broadest sense.


Congratulations Kaushik!

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