• Computational Simulations for the Mechanics of Solids and Structures (COSMOSS)

    Our COSMOSS research group focuses on the use and development of modern computational techniques for a better understanding of the mechanics of solid materials and structures. These studies demand the development of novel theoretical and computational techniques, and pose a challenge for a suitable description of several applications in structural engineering.

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  • “Computers are incredibly fast, accurate and stupid;

    humans are incredibly slow, inaccurate and brilliant;

    together they are powerful beyond imagination”



    (Quote most likely attributed to Leo Cherne at the Discover America Meeting, Brussels, June 27, 1968)

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International Conference on Computational Methods, New Zealand

Monitoring the longest timber footbridge in Spain

Researchers from Czech Technical University in OOCC

Lecturer from Liverpool University visits OOCC

Highlighted article in prestigious international journal

International Conference on Computational Structures Technology

International Conference in Cambridge, UK

Our students participate in Computational Mechanics Conference

Conference in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Research is not only work Have a look at some jokes