NRN AEM Researcher’s PhD Thesis Recognised as Best in Europe by ECCOMAS
13 Apr 2017
Dr Rogelio Ortigosa Martinez of Swansea University whose research in to Computational Mechanics has won him the acclaimed ECCOMAS award for best European PhD thesis in his field highlights the innovative research that is carried out as part of the NRN AEM.
An award difficult to achieve it is the maximum recognition scientists in Europe hope to gain within the computational mechanical field.
Research Assistant to NRN project, NRN106, Dr Martinez', thesis, focused on the development of well-posed constitutive models for nonlinear electro-elasticity in scenarios characterised by extreme deformations and extreme electric fields.
Rogelio's, supervisor, Professor Antonio J Gil, who he credits with providing excellent guidance throughout this thesis, allowing him to develop both personally and professionally has similarly gained great success recently; having been awarded with Professorship whilst being part of the NRN AEM.
Both a success in showcasing the engineering ingenuity and innovative research that is carried out as part of this network.
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A researcher from Swansea University’s College of Engineering has been awarded the European Congress on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences and Engineering (ECCOMAS) prize for the best 2016 PhD thesis in Computational Methods in Applied Sciences and Engineering Mechanics in Europe.
"This award is the maximum recognition in our field of science in Europe. It is seriously difficult to get it. Dr Rogelio Ortigosa Martinez's passion, enthusiasm and incredible talent are the signs of a true star in the field of Computational Mechanics. The UK, in general, and Swansea in particular, can be proud of this outstanding researcher"
- Professor Antonio J. Gil
PhD Supervisor and Associate Professor for the Zienkiewicz Centre for Computational Engineering
Image 1: Dr Rogelio Ortigosa Martinez | Image 2: Professor Antonio J. Gil