Industrial decision-making on complex Production Technologies supported by SimulaTion based engineering (ProTechTion). Bonet, J., Gil, A., Wood, R., Said, R., & Curtis, R. Structural analysis of prestressed Saint Venant–Kirchhoff hyperelastic membranes subjected to moderate strains. Swansea University Author: Antonio, Gil Abstract. Full Professor at Swansea University. A new energy–momentum time integration scheme for non-linear thermo-mechanics. A staggered high-dimensional Proper Generalised Decomposition for coupled magneto-mechanical problems with application to MRI scanners. Part III: Thermo-elasticity. The Immersed Structural Potential Method for haemodynamic applications. Aguirre, M., Gil, A., Bonet, J., Lee, C., & Gil, A. Aguirre, M., Gil, A., Bonet, J., Carreño, A., & Arranz Carreno, A. A new variational framework for large strain piezoelectric hyperelastic materials. 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Wall In collaboration with Dr. Ruben Sevilla Swansea University and Technical University of Munich Objectives? A parameter-free Total Lagrangian Smooth Particle Hydrodynamics algorithm applied to problems with free surfaces. Marc Guehi will reportedly be provided with an opportunity to impress Chelsea boss Frank Lampard in 2021.. Title: Advanced Techniques in Computational Mechanics (ATCoME)., €217.800, Title: Immersed Finite Element Method for haemodynamic medical applications, £310,300, Professor, He has numerous publications in various areas of computational mechanics with specific experience in the field of large strain nonlinear mechanics. A framework for polyconvex large strain phase-field methods to fracture. Many numerical techniques currently in use in commercial simulation software have originated from Swansea University. Many processes in materials science and engineering, such as the load deformation behaviour of certain structures, exhibit nonlinear characteristics. Gil, A., Carreño, A., Bonet, J., Wood, C., & Gil, A. Static and dynamic global stiffness analysis for automotive pre-design, A new computational tool for multi-material solid dynamics, A Computational Framework for a first-order system of conservation laws in thermoelasticity, Towards MRI scanner design: the Proper Generalised Decomposition method in the context of coupled magneto-mechanical problems, 3D simulation of magneto-mechanical coupling in MRI scanners using high order FEM and POD. An accurate and efficient three‐dimensional high order finite element methodology for the simulation of magneto‐mechanical coupling in MRI scanners. Prof. Antonio J. Gil graduated as Ingeniero de Caminos, Canales y Puertos from the University of Granada (Spain) in June 1999 (ranked 1st nationally) after having spent one academic year (1998-1999) in the University of California Davis fully funded by a prestigious California scholarship programme. Bagwell, S., Ledger, P., Gil, A., & Mallett, M. Transient solutions to nonlinear acousto-magneto-mechanical coupling for axisymmetric MRI scanner design. PLEASE APPRECIATE THAT I GET SENT MORE INFORMATION AND LEADS THAN I CAN USE. Antonio is a Chartered Civil Engineer and Professor in the College of Engineering at Swansea University. Jin, D., Ledger, P., Gil, A., Ledger, P., & Gil, A. To develop monolithic and staggered ap-proaches for coupled electromechanical sys-tems? A high performance data parallel tensor contraction framework: Application to coupled electro-mechanics. Barroso, G., Seoane, M., Gil, A., Ledger, P., Mallett, M., & Huerta, A. Principal Investigator at Swansea University in Erasmus Mundus MSc. Low, K., Lee, C., Gil, A., Haider, J., & Bonet, J. A first order hyperbolic framework for large strain computational solid dynamics. Wood, C., Gil, A., Hassan, O., Bonet, J., Bonet, J., Hassan, O., Gil, A., & Wood, C. A partitioned coupling approach for dynamic fluid–structure interaction with applications to biological membranes. Richard D. Wood is an Honorary Research Fellow in the Civil and Computational Engineering Centre at Swansea … A computational framework for the analysis of linear piezoelectric beams using hp-FEM. An accurate and efficient three‐dimensional high order finite element methodology for the simulation of magneto‐mechanical coupling in MRI scanners. Dr Antonio Gil is a senior lecturer in the College of Engineering at Swansea University. Search Possts . Garcia-Blanco, E., Ortigosa, R., Gil, A., Lee, C., & Bonet, J. A stabilisation approach for topology optimisation of hyperelastic structures with the SIMP method. Poya, R., Gil, A., Ortigosa, R., & Palma, R. On a family of numerical models for couple stress based flexoelectricity for continua and beams. A unified approach for a posteriori high-order curved mesh generation using solid mechanics. Seoane, M., Ledger, P., Gil, A., Mallett, M., Ledger, P., & Gil, A. Marín, F., Martínez-Frutos, J., Ortigosa, R., Gil, A., & Marin, F. A Convex Multi-Variable based computational framework for multilayered electro-active polymers. Bagwell, S., Ledger, P., Gil, A., Mallett, M., & Kruip, M. A linearised hp-finite element framework for acousto-magneto-mechanical coupling in axisymmetric MRI scanners. Structural analysis of prestressed Saint Venant–Kirchhoff hyperelastic membranes subjected to moderate strains / Antonio Gil. A new variational framework for large strain piezoelectric hyperelastic materials. 2019 Swansea University Teaching Excellence Award, 2016 Doctoral supervisor of PhD thesis by Dr. R. Ortigosa, awarded ECCOMAS Prize for best PhD thesis, 2016 The O. C. Zienkiewicz Prize awarded by European Community on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences (ECCOMAS), 2015 "Engineering Computations" Emerald Outstanding paper of the year, 2011 The Philip Leverhulme Prize awarded by The Leverhulme Trust (UK), 2012 Doctoral Supervisor of PhD thesis by Dr. C. H. Lee, awarded the UK ACME Zienkiewicz Prize for the best PhD thesis, 2004 Best Postgraduate Research Paper of the 12th UK ACME Conference, Cardiff, 2004 Honorary Mention to the Hangai Medal in “Shell and Spatial structures: from models to realization”, IASS Montpellier (France), 1999 National First Prize awarded by Ministry of Education, Spain, Established (current) research collaboration with world-leading Universities: Dr. P.D. The Immersed Structural Potential Method for haemodynamic applications. Title: Bridging the gap between computational fluid and solid dynamics: embedding advanced technologies into Welsh industries through massive parallelisation., £150,000, Principal Investigator in Sêr Cymru National Research Network PostDoctoral award at Swansea University.