Prof Antoinette TORDESILLAS

Professor

School of Mathematics and Statistics

  • Room: G21
  • Building: Peter Hall Building
  • Campus: Parkville

Research Interests

  • Homogenization Theory
  • Interfacial Continuum Mechanics
  • Mechanics of Complex Systems
  • Mechanics of Granular Media

Research Groups

Publications

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Current Postgraduate Supervision

Name Thesis title
Hangfei ZHENG

Past Postgraduate Supervision

Name Thesis title
Sanath KAHAGALAGE "A study of optimised network flows for prediction of force transmission and crack propagation in bonded granular media"
Maya MUTHUSWAMY "Micromechanics of force transmission in dense, cohesionless granular assemblies."
Stuart WALSH "A thermomechanical approach for micromechanical continuum models of granular media"

Current MSc Students

Name Project title
Kushwant SINGH
Fan LI
Zhuoni ZHANG "to be confirmed"
Asher PENNICUIK

Past Honours & MSc Students

Name Project title
David CAREY
Shaun COLE "Higher order thermomicropolar models of granular media"
Andrew CRAMER
David EASEY
Bianyang GUAN "to be confirmed"
Stephen MCATEER "Unjamming as Structural Instability"
Sebastian PUCILOWSKI
Scott RUSSELL
Xuan (Kevin) VO
Richard WEBB "Analysis of granular-solid contact systems"
Mengting XU "to be confirmed"

Recent Grant History

Year(s) Source Type Title
2016 - 2017 Office of Naval Research Single Investigator A complex systems approach to soil informatics and taxonomies
2015 - 2018 Asian Office of Aerospace Research & Development Single Investigator Directing Transmission Patterns in Granular Materials from the Grain Scale
2012 - 2014 ARC Discovery A complex systems approach to granular rheology: interconnecting topology, stability, dynamics and function

Awards

Year Name Organisation
2000 JH MICHELL Medal for distinguished research in Applied Mathematics Australian and New Zealand Industrial and Applied Mathematic

Committees

  • Research and Industry Committee
  • Strategic Planning Committee