Graham-Brady, Lori L.

Professor and Chair
Civil Engineering

Latrobe Hall 210
(410) 516-8167

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HEMI: Artistic Interpretation

December 2, 2016

Jay Gould, a professor of photography at the Maryland Institute College of Art, traded his Mount Vernon studio for space in the Whiting School of Engineering’s Malone Hall in 2016 as the first Artist-in-Residence for the Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute. The result: A large-scale art exhibit including photographs that depict the artist’s interpretation of extreme materials.

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HEMI, Morgan State event recognizes three Extreme Science Scholars

September 15, 2015

Oreoluwa Adesina, Hashmath Fathima and Dennis Aryee, all students at Morgan State University, were recognized last week as Extreme Science Scholars by  Lori Graham-Brady, director of the Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute and Alvin Kennedy, interim dean of the School of Computer, Mathematical and Natural Sciences at Morgan State University during a ceremony held at Morgan […]

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  • 2015 - Present:  Department Chair, Unspecified
  • 2012 - Present:  Associate Director, Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute
  • 2012 - 2013:  Chair, HEMI Faculty Search Committee
  • 2008 - 2016:  Director, Modeling Complex Systems IGERT
  • 2003 - 2004:  Chair, CE Graduate Student Affairs Committee
  • 2003 - 2005:  Organizer and Chair, NSF, The Johns Hopkins University
  • 2001 - 2001:  Chair, CE Department Functions Committee, The Johns Hopkins University
  • 1996 - 2000:  Assistant Professor, University of Virginia
  • 1990 - 1992:  Project Manager, Nuclear Engineering, ABB Combustion Engineering
Research Areas
  • Composite mechanics
  • Computational stochastic
  • Dynamic failure in brittle materials
  • Finite element methods
  • Multi-scale modeling of materials with random microstructure
  • Probabilistic mechanics
  • RANDOM fields
  • Random heterogeneous materials
  • Reliability analysis of structures
  • STRUCTURAL stability
  • Stochastic finite element methods
  • Stochastic simulation of microstructure and material properties
  • 2013:  Fellow of the ASCE Engineering Mechanics Institute
  • 2009:  ASCE Walter L. Huber Civil Engineering Research Prize
  • 2008:  William H. Huggins Excellence in Teaching Award
  • 2005:  IASSAR Junior Research Prize: Stochastic Fatigue - Fracture and Damage Analysis
  • 2002:  ASCE Maryland Section Young Civil Engineer of the Year
  • 2002:  Johns Hopkins University Alumni Relations Excellence in Teaching Award
  • 2002:  ASCE Faculty Advisor Award
  • 2000:  Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers
  • 1999:  Civil Engineering Teaching Award - University of Virginia
  • 1999:  CERF Career Development Award
  • 1999:  National Science Foundation CAREER Grant
  • 1999:  Outstanding New Teacher Award - ASEE Southeastern Section
  • 1999:  Nominee for Mentor of the Year - University of Virginia - Office of African American Affairs
  • 1998:  Senate Teaching Initiative Grant Recipient - University of Virginia Faculty
  • 1997:  Summer Faculty Fellow - ASEE
  • 1995:  Executive Women of New Jersey Scholarship
  • 1992:  GE Teaching Incentive Award
  • 1992:  Higgins Scholarship
  • "Efficient representation and analysis of structural materials through surrogate modeling", Civil Engineering Distinguished Seminar.  Shanghai, China.  November 8, 2018
  • "Uncertainty propagation from materials characterization to modeling", EMI International.  Shanghai, China.  November 4, 2018
  • "Surrogate models: a potential foundation for simultaneous structures/materials design", Civil Engineering Seminar.  Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, United States of America (the).  October 12, 2018
  • "Breaking down language barriers in materials-by-design: a framework to enable uncertainty quantification", Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering Seminar.  Charlottesville Virginia, United States of America (the).  March 16, 2018
  • "The role of stochastic simulation in mechanics of materials at multiple scales", FrontUQ: Frontiers of Uncertainty Quantification Workshop.  Munich, Germany.  September 7, 2017
  • "FEM based uncertainty quantification for computational models of fiber-reinforced composite materials", 12th International Conference on Structural Safety and Reliability.  Vienna, Austria.  August 8, 2017
  • "Uncertainty in the Context of Materials by Design: Key Roles for Stochastic Mechanics".  San Diego, CA.  June 7, 2017
  • "A micro-mechanical modeling approach for dynamic fragmentation in brittle multi-phase materials", EMI 2017: ASCE Engineering Mechanics Institute Conference.  San Diego, CA.  June 5, 2017
  • "Recent developments on a multi-mechanism model of brittle dynamic failure", 10th ICACM US-France Symposium: Dynamic Damage & Fragmentation.  Shalimar, FL.  May 17, 2017
  • "Quantification of Error and Uncertainty in Materials Characterization", AFRL CEIMM Annual Review Meeting.  Dayton, OH.  May 8, 2017
  • "Probabilistic Multi-Scaling as a way to Capture Key Localizations in Material Performance", ASU Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Seminar Series.  Tempe, AZ, United States of America (the).  March 24, 2017
  • "From micro-scale variations to structural failure: the case for stochastic mechanics", Department of Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics Seminar Series, Columbia University.  New York, NY.  October 4, 2016
  • "Uncertainty quantification for computational models in fiber-reinforced composite materials using an adaptive sparse grid collocation method", Society of Engineering Science 53rd Annual Technical Meeting.  College Park, MD.  October 2, 2016
  • "A gradient based adaptive sparse grid collocation method for uncertainty quantification", Engineering Mechanics Institute Probabilistic Mechanics and Reliability Conference.  Nashville, TN.  May 22, 2016
  • "What we don’t know can hurt us: the case for stochastic mechanics", Department of Civil Engineering Seminar Series, Northeastern University,.  Boston, MA.  February 29, 2016
  • "Stochastic simulation as a basis for optimizing microstructural characterization protocols", Predictive Multiscale Materials Modeling Workshop.  Cambridge University, UK.  December 2, 2015
  • "An Efficient Binning Scheme with Application to Dynamic Brittle Failure", 13th US National Congress on Computational Mechanics.  San Diego, CA.  July 29, 2015
  • "Plastic Strain Driven Stochastic Volume Elements for Polycrystalline Materials", 13th US National Congress on Computational Mechanics.  San Diego, CA.  July 29, 2015
  • "Analysis of mortar under impact: a combined materials characterization, micromechanics modeling, and dynamic testing approach", ASCE Engineering Mechanics Institute Conference 2015.  Palo Alto, CA.  June 19, 2015
  • "Stochastic morphological simulation based on partial statistical description of polycrystals", ASCE Engineering Mechanics Institute Conference 2015.  Palo Alto, CA.  June 18, 2015
  • "Efficient binning of random samples applied to a micromechanics damage model of brittle materials Farah Huq; Lori Graham-Brady; Rebecca Brannon", ASCE Engineering Mechanics Institute Conference.  Palo Alto, CA.  June 17, 2015
  • "Morphology and size sensitivity of polycrystalline microstructure response", TMS2015: the 15th Minerals, Metals, and Materials Society Meeting.  Orlando, FL.  March 16, 2015
  • "Failure starts small: the role of stochastic mechanics in multi-scale modeling".  March 13, 2015
  • "Efficient implementation of a strain-rate dependent constitutive relationship for ceramics", 39th International Conference & Expo on Advanced Ceramics & Composites.  Daytona Beach, FL.  January 28, 2015
  • "A damage-based model of dynamic strength of brittle materials accounting for crack coalescence", EMI 2014: ASCE Engineering Mechanics Institute Conference.  McMasters University, Hamilton, ON.  August 7, 2014
  • "Simulating granular microstructures with random tessellation models for micro mechanical analysis", 7th International Conference on Computational Stochastic Mechanics.  Santorini, Greece.  June 16, 2014
  • "Breaking up fast: failure of brittle materials at high strain rates", Civil Engineering seminar series.  University of Pittsburgh.  March 8, 2014
  • "Characterization of porosity and its effects on dynamic strength of cement-based materials", 6th Annual Conference of the ASCE Engineering Mechanics Institute.  Northwestern University, Evanston, IL.  August 5, 2013
  • "Microstructural simulation for random composite materials: an overview", NSF International Workshop: Microstructure and Micromechanics of Stone Based Infrastructure Material.  Blacksburg, VA.  October 5, 2006


Journal Articles
  • Teferra K, Graham-Brady L (2019).  Maximum Value Distribution of Micromechanical Response Quantities.  Journal of Engineering Mechanics.  145(5).
  • Brady LL (2019).  A micromechanics based model to predict micro-crack coalescence in brittle materials under dynamic compression.  Engineering Fracture Mechanics.
  • Brady LL (2019).  A breakage model for granular materials considering the impacts of breakage and relative density on critical state.  Journal of Engineering Mechanics.
  • Teferra, K., Brady LL (2019).  The maximum value distribution of response quantities in computational homogenization.  Journal of Engineering Mechanics.
  • Cil, M., Hurley, R., Brady LL (2019).  A rate-dependent constitutive model for brittle granular materials based on breakage mechanics.  Journal of the American Ceramic Society.
  • Cil MB, Hurley RC, Graham-Brady L (2019).  A rate-dependent constitutive model for brittle granular materials based on breakage mechanics.  Journal of the American Ceramic Society.
  • Bhaduri A, He Y, Shields MD, Graham-Brady L, Kirby RM (2018).  Stochastic collocation approach with adaptive mesh refinement for parametric uncertainty analysis.  Journal of Computational Physics.  371.  732-750.
  • Teferra K, Graham-Brady L (2018).  A random field-based method to estimate convergence of apparent properties in computational homogenization.  Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering.  330.  253-270.
  • Cereceda D, Kats D, Daphalapurkar N, Graham-Brady L (2018).  A micro-mechanical modeling approach for dynamic fragmentation in brittle multi-phase materials.  International Journal of Solids and Structures.  134.  116-129.
  • Bhaduri A, Graham-Brady L (2018).  An efficient adaptive sparse grid collocation method through derivative estimation.  Probabilistic Engineering Mechanics.  51.  11-22.
  • Cereceda D, Graham-Brady L, Daphalapurkar N (2017).  Modeling dynamic fragmentation of heterogeneous brittle materials.  International Journal of Impact Engineering.  99.  85-101.
  • Liu J, Graham-Brady L (2016).  Effective anisotropic compliance relationships for wing-cracked brittle materials under compression.  International Journal of Solids and Structures.  100-101.  151-168.
  • Huq F, Brannon R, Graham-Brady L (2016).  An efficient binning scheme with application to statistical crack mechanics.  International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering.  105(1).  33-62.
  • Liu J, Graham-Brady L (2016).  Perturbation-based surrogatemodels for dynamic failure of brittlematerials in a multiscale and probabilistic context.  International Journal for Multiscale Computational Engineering.  14(3).  273-290.
  • Graham-Brady LL, Katcoff CZ, Mayercsik NP, Kurtis KE (2015).  Micromechanical model and associated validation for dynamic failure of brittle materials containing pores and slit-like flaws.  Journal of Engineering Mechanics.  141(10).
  • Mayercsik NP, Shaeffer M, Graham-Brady L, Kurtis KE (2015).  Analysis of Portland cement mortar under impact: A combined material characterization, micromechanics modeling, and dynamic testing approach.  Cement and Concrete Research.  73.  190-206.
  • Hu G, Liu J, Graham-Brady L, Ramesh KT (2015).  A 3D mechanistic model for brittle materials containing evolving flaw distributions under dynamic multiaxial loading.  Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids.  78.  269-297.
  • Teferra K, Graham-Brady L (2015).  Tessellation growth models for polycrystalline microstructures.  Computational Materials Science.  102.  57-67.
  • Roozbahani MM, Graham-Brady L, Frost JD (2014).  Mechanical trapping of fine particles in a medium of mono-sized randomly packed spheres.  International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics.  38(17).  1776-1791.
  • Katcoff CZ, Graham-Brady LL (2014).  Modeling dynamic brittle behavior of materials with circular flaws or pores.  International Journal of Solids and Structures.  51(3-4).  754-766.
  • Graham-Brady LL, Liu J (2013).  Upscaling crack propagation and coalescence through a stochastic damage micromechanics model.  Safety, Reliability, Risk and Life-Cycle Performance of Structures and Infrastructures - Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Structural Safety and Reliability, ICOSSAR 2013.  191-193.
  • Meimand VZ, Graham-Brady L, Schafer BW (2013).  Imperfection sensitivity and reliability using simple bar-spring models for stability.  International Journal of Structural Stability and Dynamics.  13(3).
  • Graham-Brady L, Huq F (2013).  Upscaling crack propagation and random interactions in brittle materials under dynamic loading.  Procedia IUTAM.  6.  108-113.
  • Daphalapurkar NP, Ramesh KT, Graham-Brady L, Molinari JF (2011).  Predicting variability in the dynamic failure strength of brittle materials considering pre-existing flaws.  Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids.  59(2).  297-319.
  • Acton K, Graham-Brady L (2010).  Fitting an anisotropic yield surface using the generalized method of cells.  Solid Mechanics and its Applications.  168.  27-41.
  • Graham-Brady L (2010).  Statistical characterization of meso-scale uniaxial compressive strength in brittle materials with randomly occurring flaws.  International Journal of Solids and Structures.  47(18-19).  2398-2413.
  • Tootkaboni M, Graham-Brady L (2010).  A multi-scale spectral stochastic method for homogenization of multi-phase periodic composites with random material properties.  International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering.  83(1).  59-90.
  • Acton K, Graham-Brady L (2010).  Elastoplastic mesoscale homogenization of composite materials.  Journal of Engineering Mechanics.  136(5).  613-624.
  • Tootkaboni M, Graham-Brady L (2010).  Stochastic direct integration schemes for dynamic systems subjected to random excitations.  Probabilistic Engineering Mechanics.  25(2).  163-171.
  • Tootkaboni M, Graham-Brady L, Schafer BW (2009).  Geometrically non-linear behavior of structural systems with random material property: An asymptotic spectral stochastic approach.  Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering.  198(37-40).  3173-3185.
  • Acton K, Graham-Brady L (2009).  Meso-scale modeling of plasticity in composites.  Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering.  198(9-12).  920-932.
  • Graham-Brady L, Xu XF (2008).  Stochastic morphological modeling of random multiphase materials.  Journal of Applied Mechanics, Transactions ASME.  75(6).  0610011-06100110.
  • Zeinoddini VM, Graham-Brady LL, Schafer BW (2008).  Imperfection sensitivity and reliability using simple bar-spring models for stability.  Structural Stability Research Council - Proceedings of the 2008 Annual Stability Conference.  239-259.
  • Corr D, Accardi M, Graham-Brady L, Shah S (2007).  Digital image correlation analysis of interfacial debonding properties and fracture behavior in concrete.  Engineering Fracture Mechanics.  74(1-2).  109-121.
  • Tregger N, Corr D, Graham-Brady L, Shah S (2007).  Modeling mesoscale uncertainty for concrete in tension.  Computers and Concrete.  4(5).  347-362.
  • Graham-Brady L, Xu XF (2006).  Simulation and classification of random multiphase materials through short-range correlation.  Collection of Technical Papers - AIAA/ASME/ASCE/AHS/ASC Structures, Structural Dynamics and Materials Conference.  3.  1666-1674.
  • Schafer BW, Graham-Brady L (2006).  Stochastic post-buckling of frames using Koiter's method.  International Journal of Structural Stability and Dynamics.  6(3).  333-358.
  • Graham-Brady LL, Arwade SR, Corr DJ, Gutiérrez MA, Breysse D, Grigoriu M, Zabaras N (2006).  Probability and Materials: from Nano- to Macro-Scale: A summary.  Probabilistic Engineering Mechanics.  21(3).  193-199.
  • Tregger N, Corr D, Graham-Brady L, Shah S (2006).  Modeling the effect of mesoscale randomness on concrete fracture.  Probabilistic Engineering Mechanics.  21(3).  217-225.
  • Xu XF, Graham-Brady L (2006).  Computational stochastic homogenization of random media elliptic problems using Fourier Galerkin method.  Finite Elements in Analysis and Design.  42(7 SPEC. ISS.).  613-622.
  • Chung DB, Gutiérrez MA, Graham-Brady LL, Lingen FJ (2005).  Efficient numerical strategies for spectral stochastic finite element models.  International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering.  64(10).  1334-1349.
  • Xu XF, Graham-Brady L (2005).  A stochastic computational method for evaluation of global and local behavior of random elastic media.  Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering.  194(42-44).  4362-4385.
  • Ferrante FJ, Arwade SR, Graham-Brady LL (2005).  A translation model for non-stationary, non-Gaussian random processes.  Probabilistic Engineering Mechanics.  20(3).  215-228.
  • Ferrante FJ, Graham-Brady LL (2005).  Stochastic simulation of non-Gaussian/non-stationary properties in a functionally graded plate.  Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering.  194(12-16).  1675-1692.
  • Baxter SC, Graham-Brady LL, Xu XF (2005).  Modeling the effects of material non-linearity using moving window micromechanics.  International Journal of Non-Linear Mechanics.  40(2-3).  351-359.
  • Deodatis G, Graham-Brady L, Micaletti R (2003).  A hierarchy of upper bounds on the response of stochastic systems with large variation of their properties: Random variable case.  Probabilistic Engineering Mechanics.  18(4).  349-363.
  • Deodatis G, Graham-Brady L, Micaletti R (2003).  A hierarchy of upper bounds on the response of stochastic systems with large variation of their properties: Random field case.  Probabilistic Engineering Mechanics.  18(4).  365-375.
  • Graham-Brady LL, Siragy EF, Baxter SC (2003).  Analysis of heterogeneous composites based on moving-window techniques.  Journal of Engineering Mechanics.  129(9).  1054-1064.
  • Graham LL, Gurley K, Masters F (2003).  Non-Gaussian simulation of local material properties based on a moving-window technique.  Probabilistic Engineering Mechanics.  18(3).  223-234.
  • Hooper JJ, Foecke T, Graham L, Weihs TP (2003).  The metallurgical analysis of wrought iron from the RMS Titanic.  Measurement Science and Technology.  14(9).  1556-1563.
  • Hooper JJ, Foecke T, Graham L, Weihs TP (2003).  Metallurgical analysis of wrought iron from the RMS Titanic.  Marine Technology and SNAME News.  40(2).  73-81.
  • Corr DJ, Graham LL (2003).  Mechanical analysis with moving-window generalized method of cells.  ACI Materials Journal.  100(2).  156-164.
  • Graham L, Khan M (2002).  Use of ansys and matlab in an introductory finite element course.  Computers in Education Journal.  12(1).  32-37.
  • Hooper JJ, Graham L, Foecke T, Weihs TP (2002).  The relationship between microstructure and mechanical properties of late 19th/early 20th century wrought iron using the generalized method of cells model.  Materials Research Society Symposium - Proceedings.  712.  471-479.
  • Baxter SC, Hossain MI, Graham LL (2001).  Micromechanics based random material property fields for particulate reinforced composites.  International Journal of Solids and Structures.  38(50-51).  9209-9220.
  • Phillips EA, Herakovich CT, Graham LL (2001).  Damage development in composites with large stress gradients.  Composites Science and Technology.  61(15).  2169-2182.
  • Graham LL, Baxter SC (2001).  Simulation of local material properties based on moving-window GMC.  Probabilistic Engineering Mechanics.  16(4).  295-305.
  • Graham LL, Siragy EF (2001).  Stochastic finite-element analysis for elastic buckling of stiffened panels.  Journal of Engineering Mechanics.  127(1).  91-97.
  • Graham LL, Deodatis G (2001).  Response and eigenvalue analysis of stochastic finite element systems with multiple correlated material and geometric properties.  Probabilistic Engineering Mechanics.  16(1).  11-29.
  • Baxter SC, Graham LL (2000).  Characterization of random composites using moving-window technique.  Journal of Engineering Mechanics.  126(4).  389-397.
  • Graham L, Deodatis G (1998).  Variability response functions for stochastic plate bending problems.  Structural Safety.  20(2).  167-188.
  • Graham LL (1998).  Maximum displacement variability of stochastic structures subject to deterministic earthquake loading.  Shock and Vibration.  5(5-6).  355-369.
  • Deodatis G, Graham L (1996).  Variability response functions for random eigenvalue problems.  Proceedings of Engineering Mechanics.  2.  681-684.
  • Deodatis G, Graham L (1996).  Analysis of eigenvalue variability for 2D stochastic structural systems using variability response functions.  Probabilistic Mechanics and Structural and Geotechnical Reliability, Proceedings of the Specialty Conference.  600-603.
  • Graham L, Deodatis G (1996).  Variability response functions for plane elasticity problems with multiple stochastic material/geometric properties.  Probabilistic Mechanics and Structural and Geotechnical Reliability, Proceedings of the Specialty Conference.  174-177.
Book Chapters
  • Wade, N., Uchic, M., Criner, A., Brady LL (2019).  A framework for quantifying effects of characterization error on the predicted local elastic response in polycrystalline materials,”.  Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME) - Advancing Computational and Experimental Methods.  Springer.
  • Acton K, Brady L (2010).  Fitting an Anisotropic Yield Surface Using the Generalized Method of Cells.  Advances in Mathematical Modeling and Experimental Methods for Materials and Structures.  27-41.
  • Deodatis G, Graham-Brady L, Micaletti R (2003).  Upper bounds on the response variance of stochastic systems via generalized variability response functions.  Computational Fluid and Solid Mechanics 2003.  1918-1921.
  • Brady L, Deodatis G (1997).  The weighted integral method and the variability response function as part of a SFEM formulation.  Uncertainty Modeling in Finite Element, Fatigue.  71-116.
Conference Proceedings
  • Bhaduri, A., Brady LL, Shields, M. (2019).  Surrogate modeling and model selection in irreducible high dimensions with small sample size.  13th Intl. Conf. on Applications of Statistics and Probability in Civil Engg..
  • Bhaduri, A., Brady LL, Shields, M., Brandyberry, D., Geubelle, P. (2018).  Uncertainty Propagation in Composite Models Using an Efficient Surrogate Algorithm.  8th Conference on Computational Stochastic Mechanics.
  • Brady LL, Bhaduri A, Shields M (2017).  FEM based uncertainty quantification for computational models of fiber-reinforced composite materials.  12th International Conference on Structural Safety and Reliability.
  • Brady LL, Cereceda D, Pavarini T, Daphalapurkar N (2016).  Modeling dynamic fragmentation of concrete under high strain-rate loading.  FramCos 9, 9th International Conference on Fracture Mechanics of Concrete.
  • Brady LL, Liu J (2015).  Efficient stochastic simulation of dynamic brittle strength using a random perturbation-based micro mechanics model.  12th International Conference on Applications of Statistics & Probability in CE.
  • Brady LL, Teferra K (2014).  Simulating granular microstructures with random tessellations models for micromechanical analysis.  7th International Conference on Computational Stochastic Mechanics (CSM).
  • Brady LL, Zingale, C. (2010).  Spatial variability of strength of brittle materials under high-strain-rate loadings.  Computational Stochastic Mechanics.
  • Brady LL, Zingale, C (2009).  Strength variability in brittle materials with randomly occurring flaws.  10th International Conference on Structural Safety and Reliability.
  • Brady LL, Acton, K. (2009).  Stochastic simulation of local elasto-plastic properties of composite materials.  10th International Conference on Structural Safety and Reliability.
  • TOOTKABONI M, GRAHAM-BRADY L, Schafer B (2007).  Evaluation of post-bifurcation behavior of structural systems with random material property using Koiters method: a spectral stochastic approach.  Proceedings of the 18th ASCE Engineering Mechanics Division Conference.
  • TOOTKABONI M, GRAHAM-BRADY L (2007).  A family of stochastic direct integration schemes for dynamical systems subjected to random excitations.  Proceedings of the 18th ASCE Engineering Mechanics Division Conference.
  • ACTON K, GRAHAM-BRADY L (2007).  Local homogenization of heterogeneous materials: development of an analytical benchmark.  Proceedings of the 18th ASCE Engineering Mechanics Division Conference.
  • Brady LL, Chung DB, Gutierrez MA, De Borst, R (2006).  Characterisation of random properties of fibre-metal laminate interfaces.  Computational Stochastic Mechanics.
  • FERRANTE F, GRAHAM-BRADY L, ARWADE S, ACTON K (2006).  An overview of micromechanical-based techniques for the analysis of microstructural randomness in functionally graded materials.  Functionally Graded Materials 2006.
  • BAXTER S, MCNEILL S, GRAHAM-BRADY L (2004).  Analysis of material property fields for heterogeneous materials.  9th Joint Specialty Conference on Probabilistic Mechanics and Structural Reliability.
  • CORR D, GRAHAM-BRADY L, Igusa T, DER KIUREGHIAN A (2003).  Reliability of Service Life Predictions for Concrete under Sulfate.  Applications of Statistics and Probability in Civil Engineering.  525-532.
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