Professor and Director CIES
Sch-Civil & Environmental Engi
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BE ME Tsinghua, DEng Tokyo
Professor in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Director in the School's Centre for Infrastructure Engineering and Safety (CIES)
- Computational Mechanics
- Scaled Boundary Finite-Element Method
- Image-Based Analysis
- Dynamic Soil-Structure Interaction
- Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering
- Wave Propagation
- Fracture Mechanics
- Elasto-Plastic-Damage Constitutive Modelling
Australian Research Council (ARC) Grants
- Chongmin Song, “Scaled boundary framework for adaptive and multiscale structural analysis”, Australian Research Council – Discovery Project DP160104628, $390,000 (2016-2018).
- Chongmin Song, Francis Tin-Loi and Sawekchai Tangaramvong, “From CAD and digital imaging to fully automatic adaptive 3D analysis”, Australian Research Council – Discovery Project DP150103747, $384,700 (2015-2017).
- Chongmin Song, Wei Gao and Yong-Lin Pi, “A high-performance stochastic scaled boundary finite-element framework for safety assessment of structures susceptible to fracture”, Australian Research Council – Discovery Project DP130102934, $330,000 (2013-2015).
- Chongmin Song and Francis Tin-Loi, “Scaled boundary finite-element approach for safety assessment of plates and shells under monotonic and shakedown loadings”, Australian Research Council – Discovery Project DP120100742, $320,000 (2012-2014).
- Robin Fell, Chongmin Song, William L. Peirson and Kurt J. Douglas, “Erosion of embankment dams and dam spillway”, Australian Research Council –Linkage Project LP110100389, $480,000 (2011-2013).
- Chongmin Song and Wei Gao, “Non-deterministic fracture analysis of structures by extending the scaled boundary finite-element method”, Australian Research Council – Discovery Project DP1094451, $420,000 (2010-2012).
- Chongmin Song and Francis Tin-Loi, “Scaled boundary finite-element shakedown approach for the safety assessment of cracked elastoplastic structures under cyclic loading”, Australian Research Council – Discovery Project DP0986534, $300,000 (2009-2011).