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 ====== Pierre JORIS ====== ====== Pierre JORIS ======
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-PhD Candidate \\ 
-Aspirant FNRS (Research Fellow) 
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-[[pjoris@ulg.ac.be]] \\ 
-Université de Liège - Aérospatiale et Mécanique/LTAS-MN2L \\ 
-Quartier Polytech 1 (office +2/541) \\ 
-Allée de la Découverte, 9 \\ 
-B-4000 Liège, BELGIUM  \\ 
  
 ===== Education ===== ===== Education =====
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 Master Thesis: //Comparison of constitutive models of Master Thesis: //Comparison of constitutive models of
 composite materials in Metafor and Abaqus.// \\ composite materials in Metafor and Abaqus.// \\
-Supervisor: Prof. J-P. Ponthot.\\+Supervisor: [[http://www.ulg.ac.be/cms/j_5871/repertoires?uid=U026455|Prof. J-P. Ponthot]].\\
  
 ===== Positions ===== ===== Positions =====
  
-2014 : Visiting Research Associate, Queen's Belfast University, Northern Ireland+**2014 - 2016** : PhD Candidate (FNRS grant), University of Liège, Belgium. \\ Supervisor: [[http://www.ulg.ac.be/cms/j_5871/repertoires?uid=U026455|Prof. J-P. Ponthot]]. 
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 +**2014** : Visiting Research Associate, Queen's Belfast University, Northern Ireland. \\ Supervisor: [[http://pure.qub.ac.uk/portal/en/persons/brian-falzon(d78c9de6-9bd7-4aea-a2ae-0e3c65ed53ab).html|Prof. B.G. Falzon]].
  
 ===== Research activities ===== ===== Research activities =====
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 ** Short Description** : The goal of my PhD is to improve the modelling of damage and fracture in complex materials under large deformation using the in-house nonlinear Finite Element software Metafor. The strategy adopted consists in developing an automatic h-adaptive mesh refinement algorithm called “fission-fusion”, where elements can be split or merged when needed. This algorithm will then be combined with the already operational erosion algorithm and Arbitrary Lagrangian Eulerian formulation, and with a multiscale finite element squared approach currently under development. ** Short Description** : The goal of my PhD is to improve the modelling of damage and fracture in complex materials under large deformation using the in-house nonlinear Finite Element software Metafor. The strategy adopted consists in developing an automatic h-adaptive mesh refinement algorithm called “fission-fusion”, where elements can be split or merged when needed. This algorithm will then be combined with the already operational erosion algorithm and Arbitrary Lagrangian Eulerian formulation, and with a multiscale finite element squared approach currently under development.
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 +===== Automatic Remeshing Procedure and Applications =====
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 +The first objective in the completion of my PhD was to establish a fully automatic remeshing procedure which could be used to simulate a wide variety of mechanical processes where mesh distortion are significant. 
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 +** Forging **
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