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Dr. Scott Millen is a Research Fellow in the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Queen’s University Belfast. Scott is currently a member of the Advanced Composites Research Group (ACRG), modelling and assessing impact damage in efoil-powered composite marine structures. He was awarded his PhD in computational modelling of composite materials from Queen's University Belfast in 2019.

Scott joined the staff of Queen's in 2019 and again in 2021

Scott has experience of developing high-fidelity tools using ABAQUS, Python and Fortran, and composite material models with damage mechanics.

After completing his PhD, Scott took up a research fellow role within the ACRG working closely with local industrial collaborators from the aerospace industry to generate a series of spreadsheet tools for composite material property prediction.

Research Interests

Scott’s research interests are focused on numerical modelling, in particular:

  • Finite Element Analysis (FEA) and numerical methods,
  • Damage and fracture mechanics,
  • Low velocity impact (LVI) and compression after impact (CAI)
  • Lightning strike modelling,
  • Composite materials and computational modelling.


Scott is an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (AFHEA, 2022)


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