Aristotle Martin

Aristotle graduated with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and a Minor in Biology from Eastern Washington University in 2020. He is a PhD student in Dr. Amanda Randles' lab.

Research Interests

Biomedical simulation, Multiphysics modeling, Tumor cell transport, High performance computing 


Puleri, D., Martin, Martin, X. A., Randles, A. “Distributed Acceleration of Adhesive Dynamics Simulations” at EuroMPI/USA Conference, Chattanooga, Tennesse, USA 2022 

Martin, X. A., Lopez, L., Craig, E. “Molecular-Scale Simulations of Neuron Action Potentials” at Symposium for Undergraduate Research and Creative Expression (SOURCE) 2018 

Martin, X. A., Sauer, P. “Separatrix Analysis of a Synchronous Machine” at Power and Energy Conference at Illinois (PECI) 2017 

Honors & Awards:

CBTE (NIH T32 Ruth L. Kirschstein) Predoctoral Fellowship 2022 

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program Honorable Mention 2022 

Nominated to participate in the Duke University Center for Exemplary Mentoring (UCEM) Sloan Affiliate Program 2021 

Pratt Gardner Graduate Fellowship 2021 

Frances B. Huston Medallion Award Recipient for the College of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, Eastern Washington University, Cheney, Washington, USA 2020 

Grainger Center for Electric Machinery and Electromechanics Undergraduate Research and Leadership Award, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Champaign, IL, USA 2017 

Conference Abstracts & Presentations:

Puleri, F. D., Martin, X. A, Randles, A. “Distributed Acceleration of Adhesive Dynamics Simulations.” In Proceedings of EuroMPI/USA Conference 2022. EuroMPI/USA, 2022.