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University of Minnesota, U.S.A.
T. Dumitrică is an Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, a Graduate Faculty member in Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, Civil Engineering, Physics and Scientific Computing. His major research interests are in the modeling and simulation of materials. Research topics include nanomechanics, electronic and heat transport at the nanoscale, development of distinct element methods for the mesoscale, symmetry-adapted atomistic scale computation, and coherent response of matter to light.
|University of Bucharest, Romania||B. S.||1992||Applied Physics|
|Center for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy||M.S.||1996||Condensed Matter|
|Texas A&M Univ., College Station, TX||Ph.D.||2000||Chemical Physics|
09/11- Present Associate Professor, Univ. of Minnesota, Dpt. of Mechanical Engineering.
1/05- 08/11 Nelson Assistant Professor, Univ. of Minnesota, Dpt. of Mechanical Engineering.
7/00- 12/04 Postdoctoral Research Associate, Rice University, Dpt. of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science, and Dpt. of Chemistry.
1/03- 7/03 Postdoctoral Research Associate, Free University Berlin, Dpt. of Physics.
Senior Fellow in Energy, Hanse Wissenshaftskolleg Delmenhorst, Germany 2017-2018.
Professeur Invité, École Centrale Paris, Fall 2012 and Summer 2013.
Visiting Professor, Bremen Center for Computational Materials Science, Spring 2012.
National Science Foundation CAREER Award, 2008.
Next Generation of the Professoriate Award, Univ. of Minnesota, 2006.