Professor Rahman's research focuses on computational and stochastic mechanics with applications in mechanical, aerospace, and automotive structures and materials. His current studies involve: multiscale mechanics of heterogeneous materials, dimensional decomposition methods, stochastic meshfree and finite element methods, stochastic optimization, stochastic micromechanics, and probabilistic models of random microstructures.
Computational Stochastic Mechanics
Computational Solid Mechanics
Professor Rahman has over 270 publications and presentations consisting of books and monographs, rigorously reviewed papers and articles in refereed journals and conference/symposium/congress proceedings, and various technical reports.
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