A physically-based constitutive law for granular materials in shear for multiscale dynamic fracture simulations. United States National Congress on Computational Mechanics Raleigh, NC 2013.
On the physical origin of some constitutive laws in biology and geophysics Mechanical Science and Engineering seminar series UIUC, Urbana 2013.
A multi-scale model for fault zone evolution: From grain fragmentation to secondary faults branching. Geology Department seminar series UIUC, Urbana 2014.
A multi-scale model for shear flow in granular medium with breakable particles Harvard Applied Mechanics Seminar Harvard-Cambridge MA 2014.
Non equilibrium thermodynamics of fault gouge: Effect of grain contact processes Construction Materials Group Seminar UIUC-Urbana 2015.
Bone: Some mechanics and Inspiration Bio-Interest Group – Mechanical Science and Engineering UIUC-Urbana 2015.
On the Self-healing rupture mode and some investigations on fault zone inelasticity. Mechanics, Materials and Computation group – Civil Engineering Carnegie Melon University 2016 (Jan).
The different signatures of pulse like ruptures propagating on strong velocity weakening frictional interfaces. Geology Department seminar University of Missouri (Columbia) 2016 (Feb).
On some bone-Inspired material design ideas: The sacrificial bond mechanism for enhancing toughness and heterogeneity patterning for novel functionality. Mechanics of Materials group seminar Drexel University 2016 (Feb).
On some problems in amorphous plasticity of granular media Materials Interest Group – Mechanical Science and Engineering UIUC-Urbana 2016 (March)
Bone: Some Mechanics and Inspiration Mechanical Engineering Department University of California Santa Barbara 2016(April).
To order or To disorder: Examples from bio-inspired architectured composites Hopkins Extreme Mechanics Institute Johns Hopkins University 2016(April).
Crack Propagation in Bone: the Role of Sacrificial Bonds. SIAM Conference on Mathematical Aspects of Materials Science Pennsylvania 2016(May).
Compaction, Dilation, and Strain localization in a model of sheared granular materials with an eye for elastodynamics. Warren Lecture Series, Department of Civil, Environmental, and Geo-Engineering University of Minnesota 2016.(September) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k938B3z80tI
Bone: Some Mechanics and Inspiration. MMAE Seminar Series Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago 2016 (November) .
Shear and Vibrations in confined gouge – Implications of acoustic vibrations on localization, triggering and slow slip. Workshop on slow slip in crustal faults Kyushu University, Japan 2017 (February).
Towards Dynamic Rupture Simulations with high resolution fault zone physics Earth Science Seminar Kyoto University, Japan 2017 (February).
Extreme Mechanics on the Surface of Our Planet. Smith Lecture University of Michigan 2017 (October).
Towards Dynamic Rupture Simulations with high resolution fault zone physics. Geophysics Department Seminar. Stanford University. 2018 (Nov).
Breaking Badly: Chasing Fractures from Tectonic to Tabletop Scales. Department of Civil Engineering. Northwestern University. 2019 (Jan)
Breaking Badly: Chasing Fractures from Tectonic to Tabletop Scales. Mechanical and Civil Engineering. Caltech. 2019 (March).
Peeling, Pulling, and Cracking: Probing the Toughness Landscape in Polymeric Materials. Department of Engineering Physics. University of Wisconsin Madison. 2019 (Feb)
A quasi-continuum approach for modeling fracture in networked materials. American Physics Society March Meeting Invited Symposium on Fracture of Disordered Materials. Boston. 2019 (March)
Topology, Geometry, and Fracture in Networked Materials: A tale of Scales. CISM Seminar. University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia. 2019 (April)
Modeling Sequence of Seismic and Aseismic Slip in Complex Fault Zones. Invited Talk in Workshop on Mechanics and Geophysics. University of California at San Diego. 2019 (June)
A quasi-continuum approach for modeling fracture in networked materials: Application to Polymers. United States National Congress on Computational Mechanics. Austin, TX. 2019 (July)
An Asynchronous Spacetime Discontinuous Galerkin Approach for Modeling Earthquake Ruptures with High Resolution Fault Zone Physics. United States National Congress on Computational Mechanics. Austin, TX. 2019 (July)
Modeling Earthquakes with High Resolution Fault Zone Physics: From Single Ruptures to Sequences. Los Alamos National Laboratory Theoretical Division Group Seminar. Los Alamos. 2019 (Aug)
A quasi-continuum approach for modeling fracture in networked materials : Applications to Rubber-like materials. Los Alamos National Laboratory Theoretical Division Group Seminar. Los Alamos. 2019 (Aug)
Modeling Complex Fault Zones with High Resolution Physics: From Single Ruptures to Earthquake Cycles. Workshop on Slow Earthquakes. Sendai, Japan. 2019 (Sep)
Quasi-Continuum Analysis of Networked Materials: Applications to Polymers. Roundtable Talk, Society of Natural Philosophy Annual Meeting, Chicago, 2019 (Sep)
Modeling Multiscale Dynamics of Complex Fault Zones using a Hybrid Finite Element-Spectral Boundary Integral Approach. Society of Engineering Sciences Annual Meeting. Saint Louis, MO. 2019 (Oct)
Modelling Fracture in Networked Materials: A Quasi-Continuum Approach. Society of Engineering Sciences Annual Meeting. Saint Louis, MO. 2019 (Oct)
Modeling Earthquake Ruptures with High Resolution Fault Zone Physics. Department of Civil Engineering. University of Illinois at Chicago. 2019 (Nov).