Aluru selected as IACM Fellow


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Narayan Aluru
Narayan Aluru
MechSE Professor Narayan Aluru was named earlier this month a Fellow of the IACM (International Association of Computational Mechanics).

The IACM Fellows Award, conferred every two years to up to eight recipients, recognizes individuals with a distinguished record of research, accomplishment, and publication in areas of computational mechanics and demonstrated support of the IACM through membership and participation in the Association, its meetings and activities.

Aluru, the Richard W. Kritzer Distinguished Professor, will be honored with the award on July 20, at the 14th World Congress in Computational Mechanics - ECCOMAS Congress in Paris, France.  

Aluru studies problems in micro and nanotechnology, focusing on the development of computational approaches, understanding the physics of coupled mechanical systems at small scales, and exploring applications of micro and nanosystems. Aluru is also an affiliate of the Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology, the departments of Bioengineering and ECE, and the Computational Science and Engineering Program.

Today, IACM is a well-established professional society, with nearly 5,000 affiliates worldwide.

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This story was published February 9, 2020.