My research, broadly speaking, focuses on the multi-scale description of deformation patterns and failure mechanisms in heterogeneous solids. My research combines theories and simulations at continuum, meso scales, and discrete levels within the framework of amorphous plasticity, damage mechanics, and statistical seismology. Numerical models typically involve large-scale parallel computer simulations and I have solid skills in implementing such codes using C++, Cuda C++ and, Python programming languages.

Kamran KarimiPostdoctoral Associate, Complexity Science GroupUniversity of CalgaryDepartment of Physics & AstronomyScience B Building, B502Phone: +1 (403) 210 7903Email: