Professor Ha H. Bui, Founder of GeoXPM
Bui is an ARC Future Fellow and the founder of Monash Computional Geomechanics (MCG) Lab in the Department of Civil Engineering at Monash University, Australia. His research focuses on bridging scales in modelling localised failure of engineering materials, along with advancing mathematical models to solve multi-physics problems in geomechanics. The key objective of his research is to develop “balanced” computational tools (i.e., between efficiency and mechanisms) to solving real-life engineering applications. He is the recipient of several prestigious awards and recognitions, including the 2021 ALERT Research Medal awarded by The Alliance of Laboratories in Europe for Education, Research and Technology (ALERT Geomaterials), the Future Fellowship Award from the Australian Research Council (ARC) and the JSPS Fellowship Award from the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS). He is an Associate Editor of the European Journal of Environmental and Civil Engineering (EJECE) and serves on the Editorial Board of Materials & Design and Computers & Geotechnics, among several other journals. He has been appointed as the Editor of Computers & Geotechnics journal (Elsevier), with his tenure beginning in January 2024.
“My vision is to harness the power of innovation and science to pioneer solutions that combat natural disasters and climate change impacts, safeguarding human life for a sustainable future!”
Professor Ha H. Bui
Research interests are in computational mechanics, constitutive modelling of engineering materials, failure predictions of geomaterials, and early warning systems.
Dr Tien V. Nguyen
Research interests are in micromechanics of granular materials, constitutive modelling of geomaterials, machine learning and high-performance computing.
Professor Giang D. Nguyen
Research interests are in constitutive modelling of engineering materials, computational solid mechanics & micromechanics of failure in quasi-brittle materials.