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Prof. Stuart Antman has made fundamental contributions to the development and application of methods for analysis of motion and instability of elastic and plastic bodies. This AMR audio interview describes a career of navigating the Timoshenko and Truesdell traditions of solid mechanics, the developing interface between mechanics and advanced mathematics both within the U.S. and internationally, and mentoring students to choose a path of self-reliance and opportunity for impact.
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