Professor (ME, MSE) Director of Master’s Degree Programs
Professor (ME, MSE)
Director of Master’s Degree Programs
- Education Ph.D., Northwestern University
- Additional Affiliations Division of Materials Science & Engineering
- Honors and Awards NSF CAREER Award, 2007
Computational Nanomechanics * Mechanics of two-dimensional nanostructures * Mechanics of soft, active materials * Long timescale atomistic modeling for proteins and amorphous solids * Coupled physics (electro and opto-mechanical) nanoscale phenomena
Harold Park is a Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Boston University. His research focuses on developing and applying new computational techniques for problems involving phenomena ranging from the nano to macroscales. He is the recipient of a 2007 NSF CAREER Award, a 2008 DARPA Young Faculty Award, the 2009 Gallagher Young Investigator Award from the US Association for Computational Mechanics, the 2012 ASME Sia Nemat-Nasser Early Career Award in Mechanics of Materials, the 2016 John Argyris Award for Young Scientists from the International Association for Computational Mechanics, and was elected a fellow of the ASME in 2016.
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