Publications

Peer-reviewed journal publications

  1. Anciaux, G., Junge, T., Hodapp, M., Cho, J., Molinari, J.-F., & Curtin, W. A. (2018). The Coupled Atomistic/Discrete-Dislocation method in 3d part I: Concept and algorithms. Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, 118, 152–171. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmps.2018.05.004
  2. Cho, J., Molinari, J.-F., Curtin, W. A., & Anciaux, G. (2018). The coupled atomistic/discrete-dislocation method in 3d. Part III: Dynamics of hybrid dislocations. Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, 118, 1–14. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmps.2018.05.005
  3. Hodapp, M., Anciaux, G., Molinari, J.-F., & Curtin, W. A. (2018). Coupled atomistic/discrete dislocation method in 3D Part II: Validation of the method. Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, 119, 1–19. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmps.2018.05.003
  4. Cho, J., Molinari, J. F., & Anciaux, G. (2016). Mobility law of dislocations with several character angles and temperatures in FCC Aluminum. International Journal of Plasticity. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijplas.2016.12.004
  5. Junge, T., Anciaux, G., & Molinari, J. F. (2015). Dynamic stability of displacement-based atomistic/continuum coupling methods. Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmps.2015.04.004
  6. Cho, J., Junge, T., Molinari, J. F., & Anciaux, G. (2015). Toward a 3D coupled atomistic and discrete dislocation dynamics simulation: dislocation core structures and Peierls stresses with several character angles in FCC Aluminum. Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences.
  7. Yastrebov, V. A., Anciaux, G., & Molinari, J. F. (2015). From infinitesimal to full contact between rough surfaces: Evolution of the contact area. International Journal of Solids and Structures, 52, 83–102. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijsolstr.2014.09.019
  8. Yastrebov, V. A., Anciaux, G., & Molinari, J. F. (2014). The Contact of Elastic Regular Wavy Surfaces Revisited. Tribology Letters, 56(1), 171–183. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11249-014-0395-z
  9. Aghababaei, R., Anciaux, G., & Molinari, J. F. (2014). Impact of internal crystalline boundaries on lattice thermal conductivity: Importance of boundary structure and spacing. Applied Physics Letters, 105(19), 194102. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4901887
  10. Kammer, D. S., Yastrebov, V. A., Anciaux, G., & Molinari, J. F. (2013). The existence of a critical length scale in regularised friction. Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, 63, 40–50. https://doi.org/http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jmps.2013.10.007
  11. Ramisetti, S. B., Anciaux, G., & Molinari, J. F. (2013). Spatial filters for bridging molecular dynamics with finite elements at finite temperatures. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 253(1), 28–38.
  12. Ramisetti, S. B., Anciaux, G., & Molinari, J. F. (2013). A concurrent atomistic and continuum coupling method with applications to thermo-mechanical problems. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 97(10), 707–738.
  13. Spijker, P., Anciaux, G., & Molinari, J. F. (2012). Relations between roughness, temperature and dry sliding friction at the atomic scale. Tribology International, 59, 222–259.
  14. Anciaux, G., & Molinari, J. F. (2012). A molecular dynamics and finite element study of the nanoscale thermal contact conductance. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 59, 384–392.
  15. Yastrebov, V. A., Anciaux, G., & Molinari, J. F. (2012). Contact between representative rough surfaces. Physical Review E, 86(3), 035601.
  16. Anciaux, G., Ramisetti, S. B., & Molinari, J. F. (2012). A finite temperature bridging domain method for MD-FE coupling and application to a contact problem. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 205-208(0), 204–212.
  17. Romero, P. A., Anciaux, G., Molinari, A., & Molinari, J. F. (2012). Friction at the tool-chip interface during orthogonal nanometric machining. Modelling and Simulations in Materials Sciences and Engineering, 20(5), 055007.
  18. Romero, P. A., Anciaux, G., Molinari, A., & Molinari, J. F. (2012). Insights into the thermo-mechanics of orthogonal nanometric machining. Computational Materials Science, 72, 116–126.
  19. Spijker, P., Anciaux, G., & Molinari, J. F. (2011). Dry sliding contact between rough surfaces at the atomistic scale. Tribology Letters, 44(2), 279–285.
  20. Ramisetti, S. B., Campaña, C., Anciaux, G., Molinari, J. F., Mueser, M., & Robbins, M. O. (2011). The autocorrelation function for island areas on self-affine surfaces. Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, 23(21), 215004.
  21. Spijker, P., Anciaux, G., & Molinari, J. F. (2011). The effect of loading on surface roughness at the atomistic level. Computational Mechanics, 50(3), 273–283.
  22. Anciaux, G., & Molinari, J. F. (2010). Sliding of Rough surfaces and energy dissipation with a 3D multiscale approach. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 83(8-9), 1255–1271.
  23. Anciaux, G., & Molinari, J. F. (2009). Contact mechanics at the nanoscale, a 3D multiscale approach. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 79(9), 1041–1067.
  24. Anciaux, G. (2009). Un simulateur HPC des matériaux par couplage de la dynamique moléculaire avec les éléments finis. Technique Et Science Informatiques, 28(3), 395–419.

Conferences and invited seminars

  1. Anciaux, G., Cho, J., Junge, T., Hodapp, M., Molinari, J. F., & Curtin, W. A. (2018). Coupled Atomistics and Discrete Dislocations in 3d (CADD-3d). New-York, USA.
  2. Anciaux, G., Cho, J., Junge, T., Molinari, J. F., & Curtin, W. A. (2017). Coupled Atomistics and Discrete Dislocations in 3d(CADD-3d). Montreal, Canada.
  3. Anciaux, G. (2016). Concurrent Coupling of Particles with a Continuum for Dynamical Motion of Solids. Lausanne, Switzerland.
  4. Anciaux, G., Cho, J., & Molinari, J. F. (2016). Coupled 3D dislocation dynamics at nano- and micro-scales. Metz, France.
  5. Anciaux, G., & Molinari, J. F. (2015). A thermo-mechanical MD-FE coupling based on the generalized Langevin equation and digital filters approximations. Venice, Italy.
  6. Anciaux, G., Yastrebov, V. A., & Molinari, J. F. (2015). Influence of plasticity on the real contact area during normal loading of rough surfaces. IMT, Institute of advanced studies, Lucca, Italy.
  7. Anciaux, G., Ramisetti, S. B., Junge, T., & Molinari, J. F. (2013). Coupling Molecular dynamics to a continuum in LibMultiScale: how to address thermal and dislocation issues. Brown University, Providence, USA.
  8. Anciaux, G., Spijker, P., & Molinari, J. F. (2013). Investigation of the lubricated sliding friction of nano-scale rough surfaces. Lecce, Italy.
  9. Anciaux, G., Spijker, P., & Molinari, J. F. (2013). Investigation of the lubricated sliding friction of nano-scale rough surfaces. Kos Island, Greece.
  10. Yastrebov, V. A., Anciaux, G., Cailletaud, G., & Molinari, J. F. (2013). Elastic contact between representative rough surfaces. Lyon, France.
  11. Yastrebov, V. A., Anciaux, G., & Molinari, J.-F. (2012). Contact between rough surfaces: a rigorous finite element analysis. Cargese - Corsica, France.
  12. Anciaux, G., Ramisetti, S. B., & Molinari, J. F. (2012). Digital filters for bridging molecular dynamics with finite elements at finite temperatures. Vienna, Austria: ECCOMAS 2012.
  13. Ramisetti, S. B., Anciaux, G., & Molinari, J. F. (2012). Spatial filters for coupling MD with FE at finite temperatures. Atlanta, USA.
  14. Ramisetti, S. B., Anciaux, G., & Molinari, J. F. (2012). Spatial filters for coupling MD with FE at finite temperatures. Atlanta, USA.
  15. Anciaux, G., & Molinari, J. F. (2012). A molecular dynamics and finite elements study of the nanoscale thermal contact conductance. São Paulo, Brazil: WCCM 2012.
  16. Ramisetti, S. B., Anciaux, G., & Molinari, J. F. (2012). MD-FE coupling at finite temperatures using spatial filters. IIT, Hyderabad, India.
  17. Anciaux, G., & Molinari, J.-F. (2012). A molecular dynamics and finite elements study of the nanoscale thermal contact conductance. Cargese - Corsica, France.
  18. Ramisetti, S. B., Anciaux, G., & Molinari, J. F. (2011). Multiscale FE-MD at finite temperatures using digital filters. Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, USA.
  19. Anciaux, G., Ramisetti, S. B., & Molinari, J. F. (2011). Coupling molecular dynamics with finite elements. Projective methods issues at finite temperature. Giens, France.
  20. Anciaux, G., Ramisetti, S. B., & Molinari, J. F. (2010). Bridging domain multiscale coupling of molecular dynamics with finite elements at finite temperature. Paris, France.
  21. Ramisetti, S. B., Anciaux, G., & Molinari, J. F. (2010). Multiscale modeling of a thermo-mechanical contact problem. Paris, France.
  22. Romero, P. A., Anciaux, G., Molinari, A., & Molinari, J. F. (2010). Study of Nanometric Machining in Crystalline Solids Using Molecular Dynamics. Albi, France.
  23. Romero, P. A., Anciaux, G., Molinari, A., & Molinari, J. F. (2010). Atomistic Mechanics in Nanometric Machining of Crystalline Solids. Paris, France.
  24. Anciaux, G., Romero, P. A., & Molinari, J. F. (2009). Numerical simulations of nanotribology. Giens, France.
  25. Anciaux, G., Ramisetti, S. B., & Molinari, J. F. (2009). 3D thermo-mechanical multiscale coupling. Ottawa, Canada.
  26. Romero, P. A., Anciaux, G., & Molinari, J. F. (2009). Sealing Contact Percolation Between Fractal Rough Surfaces. Columbus, Ohio, USA.
  27. Anciaux, G., & Molinari, J. F. (2009). Contact mechanics with a multiscale approach. Giens, France: Giens.
  28. Anciaux, G. (2006). An HPC simulator for materials by coupling molecular dynamics with finite elements. Perpignan, France: RenPar’17.
  29. Anciaux, G., Coulaud, O., & Roman, J. (2006). High Performance Multiscale Simulation for Crack Propagation. Columbus, Ohio, USA: HPSEC’06.

Proceedings of conferences

  1. Corrado, M., Anciaux, G., Scantamburlo, D., Laffely, S. R., Chambart, M., Menouillard, T., & Molinari, J. F. (2015). Seismic safety evaluation of an arch dam with Akantu FE code developed at EPFL. EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland.
  2. Anciaux, G., Romero, P. A., & Molinari, J. F. (2009). Numerical simulations of nanotribology (Vol. 01, pp. 185–190). Giens, France: Giens.
  3. Anciaux, G., & Molinari, J. F. (2009). Contact mechanics with a multiscale approach (Vol. 1, pp. 233–238). Giens, France: Giens.
  4. Anciaux, G. (2006). An HPC simulator for materials by coupling molecular dynamics with finite elements. Perpignan, France: RenPar’17.
  5. Anciaux, G., Coulaud, O., & Roman, J. (2006). High Performance Multiscale Simulation for Crack Propagation (pp. 473–480). Columbus Ohio, USA: HPSEC’06.

Book chapters

  1. Ramisetti, S. B., Anciaux, G., & Molinari, J.-F. (2013). MD/FE multiscale modeling of contact. Fundamentals of friction and wear on the nanoscale.