My research is mainly focused on the analysis of materials and structures using computational and analytical methods. Exploiting the tools of Computational and Continuum Mechanics, my research seeks to provide a deeper insight into the behavior of nonlinear solids and structures and also enables the design of new materials with tunable properties. I recently joined Prof. K. Bertoldi's rerearch group at the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.

A more comprehensive list of my research interests in the context of Engineering Sciences would be the following: 

  • Solid and Fluid Mechanics

  • Continuum Mechanics

  • Fracture Mechanics

  • Constitutive modelling

  • Finite Element Analysis

  • Applied Mathematics and Dierential Equations

  • Soft Robotics

  • Vibrations and Dynamics

  • Optimization

  • Transport Phenomena