Lucia Nicola appointed professor Computational Materials Science

At the department of Materials Science and Engineering of the Faculty of 3mE dr.ir. Lucia Nicola is per 1 October 2016 appointed as full professor Computational Materials Science.
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At the department of Materials Science and Engineering of the Faculty of 3mE dr.ir. Lucia Nicola has been appointed as full professor Computational Materials Science (as from 1 October 2016 onwards).

In 2004 Nicola obtained her doctorate in Mathematics and Physics at University of Groningen. Since 2006 she works at at the Delft University of Technology, first as Assistant Professor, later as Associate Professor at the department of Materials Science and Engineering.In 2015 Lucia Nicola was awarded an ERC Consolidator Grant for research to attain an unprecedented understanding of metal friction and lubrication by accounting, for the first time, for all relevant phenomena occurring from the atomic to the macro-scale, and their interplay.

Within the department of Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) Nicola and her research group have expertise in the field of computational mechanics of materials with particular attention to defects as dislocations, cracks, phase boundaries and contacts.

For more information: Nicola Research Lab

Source: TU Delft, 3mE 

Lucia Nicola appointed professor Computational Materials Science

At the department of Materials Science and Engineering of the Faculty of 3mE dr.ir. Lucia Nicola has been appointed as full professor Computational Materials Science (as from 1 October 2016 onwards).

In 2004 Nicola obtained her doctorate in Mathematics and Physics at University of Groningen. Since 2006 she works at at the Delft University of Technology, first as Assistant Professor, later as Associate Professor at the department of Materials Science and Engineering.In 2015 Lucia Nicola was awarded an ERC Consolidator Grant for research to attain an unprecedented understanding of metal friction and lubrication by accounting, for the first time, for all relevant phenomena occurring from the atomic to the macro-scale, and their interplay.

Within the department of Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) Nicola and her research group have expertise in the field of computational mechanics of materials with particular attention to defects as dislocations, cracks, phase boundaries and contacts.

For more information: Nicola Research Lab

Source: TU Delft, 3mE