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Mattia Gazzola

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Engineering

2019

Caroline Bernier, Mattia Gazzola, Renaud Ronsse, and Philippe Chatelain (2019): Simulations of propelling and energy harvesting articulated bodies via vortex particle-mesh methods, Journal of Computational Physics, Elsevier B.V., Vol 392, pp34-55
Tejaswin Parthasarathy, Fan Kiat Chan, and Mattia Gazzola (2019): Streaming enhanced flow mediated transport, Journal of Fluid Mechanics, Cambridge University Press, Vol 878, pp647–662
Xiaotian Zhang, Fan Kiat Chan, Tejaswin Parthasarathy, and Mattia Gazzola (2019): Modeling and simulation of complex dynamic musculoskeletal architectures, Nature Communications, Springer Nature, Vol 10, Num 1

2018

M. Gazzola, L. H. Dudte, A. G. McCormick, and L. Mahadevan (2018): Forward and Inverse Problems in the Mechanics of Soft Filaments, Royal Society Open Science, The Royal Society, Vol 5, Num 6, pp171628
Gelson J. Pagan-Diaz, Xiaotian Zhang, Lauren Grant, Yongdeok Kim, Onur Aydin, Caroline Cvetkovic, Eunkyung Ko, Emilia Solomon, Jennifer Hollis, Hyunjoon Kong, Taher Saif, Mattia Gazzola, and Rashid Bashir (2018): Simulation and Fabrication of Stronger, Larger, and Faster Walking Biohybrid Machines, Advanced Functional Materials, Wiley, pp1801145

2018

Mattia Gazzola (2018): MODELING AND SIMULATIONS OF COMPLEX DYNAMIC MUSCULOSKELETAL ARCHITECTURES, Blue Waters annual-book summary slide
Mattia Gazzola (2018): Modeling and Simulations of Complex Dynamic Musculoskeletal Architectures, 2018 Blue Waters Annual Report, pp224-225

2017

Mattia Gazzola (2017): Optimal bio-locomotion strategies in fluids, 2017 Blue Waters Annual Report, pp134-135

Caroline Bernier, M. Gazzola, P. Chatelain, and R. Ronsse: Numerical simulations and development of drafting strategies for robotic swimmers at low Reynolds number


7th IEEE RAS/EMBS International Conference on Biomedical Robotics and Biomechatronics (BioRob 2018); Enschede, The Netherlands, Aug 27, 2018

HPC Career Notes: May 2019 Edition


May 1, 2019

The NSF has named Mattia Gazzola a recipient of one of its annual NSF CAREER Awards.


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Researchers Use Blue Waters to Study Interactions Between Musculoskeletal Systems and Environments


Sep 24, 2018

Illinois researcher, Blue Waters professor, and NCSA faculty affiliate Mattia Gazzola and his team are conducting research in an effort to understand how the brain, body, and fluid flow work together to produce a behavior.


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