News from the Group

Prof. Carstensen joins the editorial team of ASCE Journal of Engineering Mechanics 
Journal of Engineering Mechanics covers topics in mechanics as it relates to civil structures. Prof. Carstensen joins the editorial team as Associate Editor.
Prof. Carstensen joins the editorial team of Structural and Multidisciplinary Optimization 
Structural and Multidisciplinary Optimization is one of the top international peer-reviewed journals on structural optimation and covers topics at the converging frontier of design, engineering, simulation, additive manufacturing, AI and digital-twins. Prof. Carstensen joins the editorial team as Review Editor.
Prof. Carstensen to serve as host for the 14th TOP Webinar
The TOP Webinar is a continuing series of webinars, serving the broad structural and multidisciplinary optimization community, with a focus on topology optimization. The intention is to share the latest research and development in this field, and by doing so, to keep our community connected. TOP Webinar is endorsed by the International Society for Structural and Multidisciplinary Optimization (ISSMO).
Prof. Carstensen to serve as Area Chair for ACM SCF'21
The 6th annual ACM Symposium on Computational Fabrication will gather experts and enthusiasts from many areas of academia and industry, in order to explore the use of computational tools for the creation of physical things. SCF provides a venue for participants to discuss cutting-edge results, cross-pollinate ideas, and strengthen interdisciplinary connections and collaborations. 
Top+ad presents at WCSMO-14
Graduate Students Hajin Kim and Jackson Jewett, and recent graduate Claire Holley present their latest work at the 14th World Congress on Structural and Multidisciplinary Optimization (WCSMO-14). 

Prof. Carstensen gives State-of-the-Art Talk on "Topology Optimization: Methodologies and Applications". 
Josephine Carstensen receives the CEE Maseeh Excellence in Teaching Award 
New Research released in Computers & Structures
Research by Top+ad visitor Lior Aharoni on "Topology optimization of rigid interlocking assemblies" now online in Computers & Structures
Josephine Carstensen receives NSF CAREER award
Assistant Prof. Josephine Carstensen received the 2021 National Science Foundation CAREER award for her research on “Integrated Design and Digital Fabrication using Topology Optimization and Material Extrusion 3D Printing.”