Professor Paulino moved to Georgia Institute of Technology
in Atlanta in Spring 2015.

News: Last updated 11/4/2015

Professor Paulino delivers Plenary Lecture in the Workshop on “Polytopal Element Methods in Mathematics and Engineering” (POEMs)
Glaucio Paulino

Professor Paulino delivered a Plenary Lecture in the POEMS (Polytopal Element Methods in Mathematics and Engineering) workshop. The event was held at the Georgia Tech campus, October 26-28, 2015.

"Unraveling metamaterial properties in zigzag-base folded sheets" appears in Science Advances
Origami Metamaterial

Professor Glaucio H. Paulino and Maryam Eidini of the University of Illinois use Origami (the art of paper folding) and Kirigami (the art of paper cutting) to expand the Miura-ori pattern's design space while preserving its remarkable properties. The work was published in the Science Advances on September 18, 2015. Details ...

"Origami tubes assembled into stiff, yet reconfigurable structures and metamaterials" appears in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS)
Glaucio Paulino

Professor Glaucio H. Paulino, research group member Evgueni Filipov of the University of Illinois, and Professor Tomohiro Tachi of the University of Tokyo developed a unique method of coupling tubes derived from the Miura-ori pattern. Their zipper coupled tubes have a single flexible motion for deployment, but are substantially stiffer for all other deformations such as bending and twisting. The work was published in the PNAS Early Edition on September 8, 2015. Details and press releases...

Junho Chun received a 2015 CERRA Student Recognition Award
Glaucio Paulino

Research group member, Junho Chun received a 2015 CERRA Student Recognition Award at the 12th International Conference of Applications of Statistics and Probability in Civil Engineering (ICASP12), which was held from July 12 to 15, 2015 in Vancouver, Canada.

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