Associate Professor, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya-BarcelonaTech (UPC), LaCàN.
Tel: (+34) 934011805
Associate Professor, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya-BarcelonaTech (UPC), LaCàN.
Tel: (+34) 934011805
Marino Arroyo
We combine mathematical modeling, mechanics and computations to understand the small-scale mechanics of materials and biological systems. Below is a selection of recent papers. Common themes are the nonlinear mechanics of two-dimensional materials and structures (shells, graphene, biomembranes, epithelia), geometry, continuum and computational mechanics, or the connection between molecular and continuum models. I am also interested in maximum-entropy meshfree approximation and in methods to build models from machine learning.
Our current focus is on cell and tissue mechanics.
Research interests
Selected and recent publications (see here for full list with pdfs)
Examining the Mechanical Equilibrium of Microscopic Stresses in Molecular Simulations
A.Torres-Sánchez, J.M. Vanegas, M. Arroyo
Physical Review Letters, 2015
Hydraulic fracture during epithelial stretching
L. Casares, R. Vincent, D. Zalvidea, N. Campillo, D. Navajas, M. Arroyo*, X. Trepat*
Nature Materials, 2015
Physical principles of membrane remodelling during cell mechanoadaptation
A.J. Kosmalska, L. Casares, A. Elosegui-Artola, J.J. Thottacherry, R. Moreno-Vicente, M.A. del Pozo, S. Mayor, M. Arroyo,
D. Navajas, X. Trepat, N.C. Gauthier, P. Roca-Cusachs
Nature Communications, 2015
Finding in cells the same responses as in synthetic membranes.
B. Li, C. Peco, D. Millán, I. Arias, M. Arroyo
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 2015
Cell-based maximum entropy approximants
D. Millán, N. Sukumar, M. Arroyo
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 2015
Topological obstructions in the way of data-driven collective variables
B. Hashemian, M. Arroyo
Journal of Chemical Physics, 2015
Phase-field modeling of fracture in linear thin shells
F. Amiri, D. Millán, Y. Shen, T. Rabczuk, M. Arroyo
Theoretical and Applied Fracture Mechanics, 2014
Understanding and strain-engineering wrinkle networks in supported graphene through simulations
K. Zhang, M. Arroyo
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, 2014
Force Transduction and Lipid Binding in MscL: A Continuum-molecular Approach
J.M. Vanegas, M. Arroyo
Plos ONE, 2014
Shape control of active surfaces inspired by the movement of euglenids
M. Arroyo, A. DeSimone
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, 2014
N Khalifat, M. Rahimi, A.F. Bitbol, M. Seigneuret, J.B. Fournier, N. Puff, M. Arroyo, M. Angelova
Biophysical Journal, 2014
Importance of force decomposition for local stress calculations in biomembrane molecular simulations
J.M. Vanegas, A. Torres-Sánchez, M. Arroyo
Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation, 2014
Blending isogeometric analysis and local maximum entropy meshfree approximants
A. Rosolen, M. Arroyo
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 2013
Confined Bilayers Passively Regulate Shape and Stress
M. Staykova*, M. Arroyo*, M. Rahimi, H.A. Stone
Physical Review Letters, 2013
Adhesion and friction control localized folding in supported graphene
K. Zhang, M. Arroyo
Journal of Applied Physics, 2013
B. Hashemian, D. Millán, M. Arroyo
Journal of Chemical Physics, 2013
An atomistic-based foliation model for multilayer graphene materials and nanotubes
S. Ghosh, M. Arroyo
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, 2013
Curved fluid membranes behave laterally as an effective viscoelastic medium
M. Rahimi, A. DeSimone, M. Arroyo
Soft Matter, 2013
Nonlinear manifold learning for meshfree finite deformation thin shell analysis
D. Millán, A. Rosolen, M. Arroyo
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 2013
Nonlinear manifold learning for model reduction in finite elastodynamics
D. Millán, M. Arroyo
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 2013
A. Rosolen, C. Peco, M. Arroyo
Journal of Computational Physics, 2013
C. Peco, A. Rosolen, M. Arroyo
Journal of Computational Physics, 2013
Shape dynamics, lipid hydrodynamics and the complex viscoelasticty of bilayer membranes
M. Rahimi, M. Arroyo
Physical Review E, 2012
Reverse engineering the euglenoid movement
M. Arroyo, L. Heltai, D. Millán, A. DeSimone
Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA, 2012
Hydraulic fracture and toughening of a brittle layer bonded to a hydrogel
A.Lucantonio, G. Noselli, X. Trepat, A. DeSimone, M. Arroyo
Physical Review Letters, 2015
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Funding sources
through Consolidator Grant
through Icrea Academia award
Coexistence of wrinkles and blisters in supported graphene
K. Zhang, M. Arroyo
Extreme Mechanics Letters, 2016
Geometric derivation of the microscopic stress: A covariant central force decomposition
A. Sanchez-Torres, J.M. Vanegas, M. Arroyo
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, 2016
Sticking and sliding of lipid bilayers on deformable substrates
L. Stubbington, M. Arroyo, M. Staykova
Soft Matter, 2016
Shape transformations of lipid bilayers following rapid cholesterol uptake
M. Rahimi, D. Regan, M. Arroyo, A.B. Subramaniam, H.A. Stone, M. Staykova
Biophysical Journal, 2016
Charting molecular free-energy landscapes with an atlas of collective variables
B. Hashemian, D. Millán, M. Arroyo
Journal of Chemical Physics, 2016
Hydraulic fracturing in cells and tissues: fracking meets cell biology
M. Arroyo, X. Trepat
Current Opinion in Cell Biology, 2017
M. Arroyo, N. Walani, A. Torres-Sánchez and D. Kaurin
Chapter in the book “The role of mechanics in the study of lipid bilayers”, Edited by D. Steigmann and published by CISM, 2017