About ACML

Welcome to the homepage of Prof. Soghrati's research group at OSU. In ACML, we implement advanced numerical techniques to simulate a wide variety of multiscale/multiphysics problems in Engineering and Materials Science. Our interdisciplinary research endeavors address a broad range of phenomena including the progressive corrosion in metallic materials, design optimization problems, modeling damage mechanisms in multifunctional composites and adhesive-bonded joints, digital manufacturing, computational biomechanics, and localized corrosion phenomena. One of the major focuses of research in ACML is to automate the computational modeling process by developing novel microstructure reconstruction and mesh generation algorithms to eliminate the difficulties associated with simulating problems with complex/evolving morphologies. 

Group Photo - Summer 2015




Soheil Soghrati

Assistant Professor

E318 Scott Laboratory
201 W 19th Avenue

Columbus, OH 43210



ACML New Project supported by AFOSR

Prof. Soghrati was awarded with funding from AFOSR for development of an automated computational framework for modeling composite materials