Alex Selimov

Graduate Research Assistant
Materials Science and Engineering Department, Georgia Institute of Technology
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Curriculum Vitae

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I am a graduate research assistant pursuing my PhD in Materials Science at the Georgia Institute of Technology. I currently work for Dr. David McDowell in multiscale modelling and coarse-graining techniques for atomistic simulations and work on the development of the Concurrent Atomistic-Continuum (CAC) method




Research Experience

McDowell Research Group, Dr. David McDowell, Georgia Tech
Graduate Research Assistant (August 2017 – Present)

AeroStructures Lab, Dr. Seetha Raghavan, UCF
Research Assistant (September 2013 – December 2016)

Pollock Research Group, Dr. Tresa Pollock, UCSB
RISE Undergraduate Intern, NSF funded REU (June – August 2015)

Teaching Experience

Teaching Practicum Coarse (Georgia Tech)
Guest Lecturer (August – December 2019)

Solid Mechanics Instructional (University of Central Florida)
Instructor (August 2014 – May 2015)
Showcased mechanical testing techniques for UCF Solid Mechanics Lab in order to introduce students to mechanical testing of materials and analysis of testing data

Academic Service

FGLSAMP (University of Central Florida)
Student Mentor (August – May 2016)
Mentor participating in an NSF funded program for under-represented undergraduate students. Provided support to student in order to increase participation in undergraduate research.

Learning Environment and Academic Research Network (University of Central Florida)
Student Mentor (August 2015 – May 2016)
Mentor to first year engineering student for the purpose of introducing them to academic research. Provided support and direction to student with respect to research in composite materials resulting in the student’s creation of a research poster which won judge’s pick