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Biography

Jean H. Prévost

Professor
Stanford University, Ph.D., 1974

Princeton University

Department:    Civil and Environmental Engineering
E-mail:   prevost@princeton.edu
Home Page:    http://www.princeton.edu/~dynaflow/prevost.htm
Phone:   609-258-5424
Fax:   609-258-2760


Research Statement
Professor Prévost's research interests center on computational solid mechanics, wave propagation and transient effects in porous media, multi-phase multi-component flows in porous media, nonlinear constitutive theories, dynamic instabilities and localization of deformations in solids, thermoelasticity, electro-magneto-solid interaction effects, finite element methods. In his recent work he has been working on crack nucleation and propagation, xfem finite element methods.


Education
1974 Stanford University, Ph.D.
1972 Stanford University, M.S.
1971 ETP, Paris, France, B.S


Positions
1989-1994 Princeton University, Professor and Chairman, Department of Civil Engineering and Operations Research
1986-1989 Princeton University, Professor and Director, Structures and Mechanics Program
1986- Princeton University, Professor
1982-1986 Princeton University, Associate Professor
1978-1982 Princeton University, Assistant Professor
1976-1978 Caltech, Research Fellow and Lecturer
1974-1976 NGI, Norway, Research Fellow


Selected Honors
Sept. 1996 - June 1995 Stanford University, Dept. of Civil Engineering
Feb. 1995 - June 1995 Institute for Mechanics and Materials, UCSD
1984-1985 Ecole Polytechnique, Solid Mechanics Laboratory, Paris, France
1984 Summer Ecole Polytechnique, Lausanne, Switzerland

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