Michael Veilleux

  • Program Years: 2004-2008
  • Academic Institution: Cornell University
  • Field of Study: Computational Fracture Mechanics
  • Academic Advisor: Anthony Ingraffea
  • Practicum(s):
    Sandia National Laboratories, New Mexico (2005)
  • Degree(s):
    Ph.D. Civil and Environmental Engineering, Cornell University, 2011
    M.S. Civil and Environmental Engineering, Cornell University, 2007
    B.S. Civil and Environmental Engineering, Worcester Polytechnic University, 2003

Current Status

  • Status: Senior Member of Technical Staff, Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore, CA
  • Research Area: Computational Fracture Mechanics
  • Awards

    1) "Computational Science Graduate Fellowship" - funded by the United States Department of Energy: 2004 - 2008

    1) "Olin Fellowship" - Cornell University Merit-Based Fellowship: Fall 2003, Spring 2004

    2) Graduated from Worcester Polytechnic Institute with "High Distinction" in the Bachelor of Science program: May, 2003

    3) "Salisbury Award" - awarded to most meritorious Undergraduate in each discipline at Worcester Polytechnic Institute: May, 2003

    4) "Provost's MQP Award" - awarded for outstanding efforts in completing the senior design project at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Project consisted of the structural design for a five-story Residence Hall: April, 2003

    5) "Frank DeFalco Award" - financial award to Junior in Civil Engineering at Worcester Polytechnic Institute who shows the most promise in the Construction Engineering fields: April, 2002

    6) Chi Epsilon - member of this National Civil Engineering Honors Society: December, 2001 - Present

    7) Tau Beta Pi