- Program Years: 2000-2003
- Academic Institution: California Institute of Technology
- Field of Study: Aeronautical Engineering
- Academic Advisor: Michael Ortiz
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (2002)
Ph.D. Aeronautical Engineering, California Institute of Technology, 2004
M.S. Aeronautical Engineering, California Institute of Technology, 1999
B.S.E. Aeronautical Engineering, U. of Michigan, 1995
B.S.E. Mechanical Engineering, U. of Michigan, 1995
Status: Research Scientist, ITT AES, Colorado Springs
Research Area: Computational Structural Mechanics
Contact Information: fago at earthlink dot net
Prediction of dislocation nucleation during nanoindentation by the orbital free Density Functional Theory based local quasicontinuum method. R.L. Hayes, M. Fago, M. Ortiz and E.A. Carter. Multiscale Modeling and Simulation, to appear.
Density functional theory based local quasicontinuum method: Prediction of dislocation nucleation. M. Fago, R.L. Hayes, E.A. Carter, and M. Ortiz. Physical Review B, 70:100102 (2004).
A constrained sequential-lamination algorithm for the simulation of sub-grid microstructure in martensitic materials. S. Aubry, M. Fago, M. Ortiz. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 192(26-27):2823-2843, 2003.
Experimental investigation of the behavior of edge delaminations using holographic interferometry. M.J. Fago and A.M. Waas. Optical Engineering, Vol. 37 (1998), pp. 1420- 1428.