Journal publications

  • Rolland Delorme, Ilyass Tabiai, Louis Laberge Lebel, Martin Lévesque. Generalization of the ordinary state-based peridynamic model for isotropic linear viscoelasticity, Mechanics of Time-Dependent Materials, February 2017, DOI: 10.1007/s11043-017-9342-3, Article webpage in journal,Read the publication

  • Patrick Diehl, Ilyass Tabiai, Felix W. Baumann, Daniel Therriault, Martin Lévesque. Long term availability of raw experimental data in experimental fracture mechanics, Engineering Fracture Mechanics 197, 21-26, 2018, DOI: 10.1016/j.engfracmech.2018.04.030, Read the publication

  • Ilyass Tabiai, Rolland Delorme, Daniel Therriault, Martin Lévesque. In-situ Full Field Measurements During Inter-Facial Debonding in Single Fiber Composite Under Transverse Load, Experimental Mechanics 58 (9), 1451-1467, 2018, DOI: 10.1007/s11340-018-0429-9, Article webpage in journal

Invited talks and presentations

  • Ilyass Tabiai. Damage Initiation and propagation in fiber reinforced composites: Observation and Modeling. Mathematics of Computation seminar, Institute of Numerical Simulations, Bonn, Germany; 17.04-30.04 2016 Direct link to the abstract (no paywall)

  • Ilyass Tabiai. Damage observation in single fiber composite using stereoscopic digital image correlation. International Workshop on Mechanical Behavior of Thick Composites (IWMBTC2016), Concordia University, Montreal, QC, Canada; 14.03-15.03 2016 Direct link to the presentation

Conference papers

  • Martin Lévesque, Rolland Delorme, Ilyass Tabiai, Daniel Therriault and Louis Laberge Lebel. Local and nonlocal constitutive theories in linear viscoelasticity. The 10th International Conference on the Mechanics of Time Dependent Materials, Paris, France; 17.05-20.05 2016 Direct link to the abstract (no paywall)

Technical review

  • Vincent Hughes, Ilyass Tabiai, Kambiz Chizari and Daniel Therriault. 3D-printable conductive nanocomposites of PLA and multi-walled carbon nanotubes. Material Matters (Aldrich Materials Science), Volume 11 - Number 1, 2016, pp 61-63 Direct link to the publication (no paywall)

Open-source code

  • Patrick Diehl, Ilyass Tabiai. (2017). IaPCS/gmsh-exodus-converter: Release v1.0, Zenodo DOI:, Tool which converts a mesh written with gmsh to the Exodus II format, which is used in common simulations tools, such as Peridigm

  • Patrick Diehl, Ilyass Tabiai. (2017). IaPCS/gmsh-to-nodes Generates nodes and volumes from gmsh grid for nodal or particle simulations, each particle is affected with a colume value which is proportional to the element its represents volume (or surface in 2D).

  • Patrick Diehl, Rolland Delorme, Ilyass Tabiai. lm2-poly/PeriPyDIC Peridynamics (PD) computations for state-based PD in 1D, 2D for elastic and viscoelastic materials. Also possible to import Digital Image Correlation results and compute PD forces for each pixel as a node.

Teaching experience

  • Ilyass Tabiai. 3D printing: disrupting the development and production phase in the product development cycles. Presentation given at the beginning of each lab session of the MEC6510A (Advanced manufacturing in aeronautics and micro-systems) class at École Polytechnique Montréal Direct link to the presentation


Papers in which my work was deemed helpful enough to be cited in the Acknowledgements section

  • K. Scharnowski, S. Frey, B. Raffin, T. Ertl. Spline-based Decomposition of Streamed Particle Trajectories for Efficient Transfer and Analysis. Eurographics 2017 Proceedings, the 38th annual conference of the European Association for Computer Graphics, Direct link to the short paper, Link to the abstract page

In the media


  • Catherine Florès, Le magazine de Polytechnique Montréal, Les rêves en trois dimensions d’un entrepreneur, Article written about the 3D printed company co-founded during my PhD, Link to the article

  • Mitacs, Canadian entrepreneurs recognized for helping to solve critical health care, employment, and environmental issues, Article about the Mitacs entrepreneurship award 2017 we won for our strategic development plan Link to the article