Tom de Geus

I am a scientist in the fields of mechanics and materials science. My particular interests lie in computational mechanics, damage and fracture, and tribology.

ResearchID: B-8223-2016, ORCID iD: 0000-0002-1694-3375.
Please find me on arXiv, Google Scholar, and ResearchGate

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Career

Winner of the 7th ECCOMAS PhD Olympiad

Awarded at the Young Investigators Conference, Milan, Italy

2017
Award

Winner of Martinus van Marum Prijs 2017

Koninklijke Hollandsche Maatschappij der Wetenschappen
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2017
Award

Rubicon Grant

The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO)

2016
Personal fellowship

Doctor of Philosophy

Eindhoven University of Technology
Cum Laude
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2016
PhD

Publications

10th journal publication
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2016
Milestone

Master of Science

Eindhoven University of Technology
With great appreciation (GPA 8.5)

2012
MSc

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Featured publications

Finite strain FFT-based non-linear solvers made simple

This paper extends the FFT-based solver to finite strain, and is aimed to make the method accessible. This publication is supported by simple and compact numerical examples.

2017
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering
Download from - journal - arXiv

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Featured software

GooseFEM

GooseFEM provides function to facilitate running, or run simulations using the finite element method.

GPLv3
C++, Python

GooseFFT

GooseFFT provides extremely simple examples to learn and start using the FFT-based solver for micromechanics.

MIT
Python

GooseEYE

GooseEYE is a toolbox to perform geometrical statistics on microstructures and interfaces. It also features a graphical user-interface, such that it can be used as stand-alone software.

GPLv3
C++, Python

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