José E. Andrade
George W. Housner Professor of Civil and Mechanical Engineering
Degrees and Appointments
B.S., Florida Institute of Technology, 2001; M.S., Stanford University, 2003; PhD, 2006. Assistant Professor, Caltech, 2010; Associate Professor, 2010-13; Professor, 2013-17; Housner Professor, 2017-; Drinkward Leadership Chair, Department of Mechanical and Civil Engineering, 2017-22; Executive Officer, 2016-22.
Research Group Matters
350 Gates-Thomas Laboratory
Professor Andrade's research focuses on developing a fundamental understanding of the multiscale and multiphysical behaviors of porous materials—everything from soils, rocks, and concrete to bone. He also studies the behavior of granular materials like sand, snow, and even grain stored in silos. His research has particular applications to geologic and engineering infrastructure materials, as well as to the petroleum industry.
List of Research Areas
granular materials, geomechanics, carbon sequestration, multiscale modeling
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