Honors and Awards: Rosenbaum Fellow - Isaac Newton Institute of Mathematical Sciences - University of Cambridge - 1999, National Science Foundation CAREER Award - 2000, Richard and Edna Salomon Assistant Professorship - Brown University - 2002
Research Expertise: Computational Materials Science; Mechanical Behavior | Nanostructured Materials; Biomaterials | Physics of Materials; Surface and Interfaces
Shenoy's current research focuses on developing theoretical concepts and numerical methods to understand the basic principles that control the behavior of both engineering and biological systems. A significant challenge in modeling the engineering and biological systems we study is that important processes involve coupling of both small-scale (atomic or single molecule) phenomena and long-range (elastic, electromagnetic) interactions over length scales of hundreds of nanometers. The goal of his group's work is to address these issues by combining atomic scale simulation methods with continuum or mesoscale theories and by adapting insights from condensed matter physics, solid mechanics, chemistry, materials science and applied mathematics.
PhD Physics 1998 - Ohio State University
MS Physics 1996 - Ohio State University
BE (Hons) Electrical Engineering and Physics 1991 - Birla Institute of Technology and Science - India