The goal of my research is to explore the macroscopic mechanical behaviors of biological and engineering materials through computational modeling and simulation based on their intrinsic microscopic (or atomistic) details.
My research interest includes structural and biomedical engineering, computational mechanics, multiscale modeling, biomechanics and numerical methods. I am also interested in the teaching of structural analysis and mechanics, engineering and solid mechanics, mechanics of materials, advanced numerical methods with applications in structural and biomedical engineering.
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I am currently looking for a PhD student to work on “Multiscale Mechanics of Red Blood Cells”. More details can be found here (Closing date: 31 January 2019).
I also interested in supervising self-funded PhD students. If you are interested in any topic that matches my research interests, please get in touch.
[10 October 2018] Dr. Ademiloye joined the Zienkiewicz Centre for Computational Engineering, Swansea University, United Kingdom as a Lecturer in Computational Physiology and Mechanics. Congratulations!
[1 September 2018] Application for the 2019-20 Hong Kong PhD Fellowship Scheme is ongoing (closing date: 1 December 2018).
[29 August 2018] New review paper accepted for publication in the journal – Archives of Computational Methods in Engineering.
[3 October 2017] New paper accepted for publication in the CMAME journal.
[8 September 2017] Dr. Ademiloye’s PhD thesis has been granted the Outstanding Research Thesis Award by City University of Hong Kong. Congratulations!
[1 September 2017] Dr. Ademiloye joined City University of Hong Kong as a Postdoctoral Research Scholar.
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