Dr. Tan is elected as a board member of UK Association for Computational Mechanics
29 January 2021
Dr. Tan is honoured to be elected as a board member of UK Association for Computational Mechanics. He will represent Queen Mary University London in the field of Computatinal Mechanics and interact with many colleagues in other UK univerisities. The goal is to promote the impact of QMUL research in computational mechanics and encourage more collabrations bewteen UK universities.
The UK Association for Computational Mechanics was formed in March 1992 to both promote research in computational mechanics within the UK, and to establish formal links with similar organisations in Europe and worldwide. The principal activity of Association involves the organisation of an annual two day conference on computational mechanics, developments and research trends. The purpose of this Conference is to provide a forum for reviewing the computational mechanics activities in any area of computational mechanics – solid and structural mechanics, fluid mechanics, computational fluid dynamics, gas, bioengineering, geomechanics, electromagnetics, multi-physics, mesh generation, etc with a particular emphasis on interdisciplinary aspects to enable cross-fertilization to take place between different disciplines.
See the full board member list from the list here: http://ukacm.org/ukacm-board/