Advances in Computational Mechanics

Dr.-Ing. Joachim Linn Abteilungsleiter "Mathematik für die digitale Fabrik", Frauenhofer-Institut für Techno- und Wirtschaftsmathematik ITWM, Kaiserslautern Simulation of cables und hoses - A contribution to virtual product development and assembly planning in automotive industry
optimization
2020
Jan 14
11:00h
MW 1237
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Prof. John Hart Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Director of the Center for Additive and Digital Advanced Production Technologies at Massachusetts Institute of Technology Adventures in Extrusion Additive Manufacturing
optimization
2019
Nov 18
11:30h
MW 1237
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Prof. Philipp Thurner Institute of Lightweight Design and Structural Biomechanics, Vienna University of Technology Mechanics of individual collagen fibrils and collagen-rich tissues at the microscale
optimization
2019
Sep 18
11:00h
MW 1250
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Prof. Dominique Chapelle Research Director, Laboratoire de mécanique des solides, Inria Saclay - Ile de France & Université Paris-Saclay Hierarchical modeling of the heart within the circulation system
optimization
2019
Apr 26
10:00h
MW 1250
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Prof. Gerhard Wellein Professur für Höchstleistungsrechnen, Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg Performance Engineering – Welcome to the World of FLOPs, Bytes and Cycles!
optimization
2019
Mar 18
11:00h
MW 0250
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Prof. Yves Renard Pole de Mathematiques, INSA de Lyon, France Explicit schemes for contact dynamics: issues and interests of Nitsche's method
optimization
2019
Mar 14
09:00h
MW 1237
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Prof. Markus Böl Institute of Solid Mechanics, Technische Universität Braunschweig Multiscale/field modelling in muscle mechanics - experiment versus simulation
optimization
2019
Feb 28
09:00h
MW 0250
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Prof. Claus-Dieter Munz, Nico Krais (M.Sc.) Institut für Aerodynamik und Gasdynamik, Universität Stuttgart Kinetic Energy and Entropy Stable DG Schemes on Moving Meshes and High Reynolds Number Wall Treatment
optimization
2019
Feb 21
11:00h
MW 1237
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Prof. George Karniadakis Brown University & Massachusetts Institute of Technology Physics-informed machine learning 2018
Dec 12
15:00h
MW 1237
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Prof. Erik Burman Department of Mathematics, University College London Stabilised finite element methods for ill-posed problems with conditional stability
optimization
2017
Mar 31
13:30h
MW 0250
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Prof. Davide Bigoni Department of Civil, Environmental & Mechanical Engineering, University of Trento, Italy Emerging geometries in elasticity: the folding of a three-dimensional solid, the dripping and the snaking of a rod, and self-oscillating structures
optimization
2016
Nov 24
11:00h
MW 1237
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Prof. Lars Maegdefessel Department of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, Klinikum rechts der Isar der Technischen Universität München Non-coding RNAs in treating and detecting cardiovascular disease
optimization
2016
Oct 11
11:00h
IAS – Auditorium (EG)
Lichtenbergstraße 2a
Prof. Ferdinando Auricchio,
Ph.D.
Department of Civil Engineering and Architecture, University of Pavia, Italy A variational growth approach to topology
optimization
2016
Apr 22
11:00h
IAS – Auditorium (EG)
Lichtenbergstraße 2a
Dr.-Ing. Philipp Junker Lehrstuhl für Mechanik - Materialtheorie,
Ruhr-Universität Bochum
A variational growth approach to topology
optimization
2015
Dec 18
11:00h
MW 1237
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Prof. Nicolas Moës,
Ph. D.
Ecole Centrale de Nantes, France The Inequality Level Set, a novel approach to handle
variational inequalities: application to contact
2015
Jul 15
11:00h
MW 1250
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
John N. Shahid,
PhD
Computational Mathematics Department, Center for Computing Research, Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, USA Scalable Implicit / IMEX Resistive MHD with Stabilized Finite Element Methods and Fully-coupled Newton-Krylov-AMG Solution Methods 2015
May 26
11:00h
MW 0250
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Prof.
Mohammad
R.K. Mofrad
Departments of Bioengineering and Mechanical Engineering University of California, Berkeley, USA Models of Cellular Mechanobiology,
from Focal Adhesions to Nuclear Pores
2014
Oct 17
9:00h
IMETUM E.126
Boltzmannstr. 11
Garching
Fred Nugen,
MS.
Research Scientist, The Missy Project.
Graduate Research Assistant, Institute for Computational
Engineering and Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin, USA
A rate‐sensitive inelastic theory of saccular aneurysm enlargement and growth using Isogeometric Analysis 2014
Aug 01
11:00h
MW 1237
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Radomír
Chabiniok,
PhD, MD
Division of Imaging Sciences and Biomechanical Engineering,
St. Thomas’ Hospital, King’s College London, UK
Biophysical modeling of cardiac function for clinical applications 2014
Jul 29
16:30h
IAS Auditorium
Lichtenbergstr. 2a
Garching
Prof.
Marek Behr,
Ph.D.
Chair for Computational Analysis of Technical Systems (CATS)
Center for Computational Engineering Science (CCES), RWTH Aachen, Germany
Flow Simulation and Shape Optimization
in Biomedical and Production Engineering
2014
Jul 18
9:00h
MW 1250
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Prof.
Laurent
Stainier,
PhD
Institut de Recherche en Génie Civil et Mécanique Ecole Centrale Nantes, France Variational formulation of coupled thermo-mechanical
boundary-value problems and application to thermovisco-
plasticity
2014
Jul 16
10.30h
IAS Auditorium
Lichtenbergstr. 2a
Garching
Prof.
Perumal
Nithiarasu,
DSc, PhD,
FIMechE,
FIMA
Head of Zienkiewicz Centre for Computational Engineering, College of Engineering, Swansea University, UK Exploiting the clinical potentials of 1D and 3D flow models 2014
Jun 27
10.30h
IAS Auditorium
Lichtenbergstr. 2a
Garching
Prof.
George Em
Karniadakis,
Ph.D.
Center for Fluid Mechanics, Turbulence and Computation, Brown University, USA Predictability and Uncertainty in Large-Scale Simulations 2014
Feb 21
11:00h
MW 0250
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Prof. Dr.
Arnulf Latz
DLR – Institut für Technische Thermodynamik / Computergestützte Elektrochemie & Helmholtz Institut Ulm, Germany Modeling and simulation of Lithium intercalation and conversion batteries 2013
Oct 18
11:00h
Seminarraum EG
TUM
Exzellenzzentrum
Boltzmannstr. 17
Garching
Prof.
Rainald Löhner
Center for Computational Fluid Dynamics George Mason University, Fairfax, USA Scaling up multiphysics 2013
Jul 15
11:00h
Seminarraum EG
TUM
Exzellenzzentrum
Boltzmannstr. 17
Garching
Prof.
William S. Klug,
Ph. D.
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, UCLA, Los Angeles, USA Whole heart cardiac electrophysiology: Simulation Methods and Validation Criteria 2013
Jul 09
11:00h
MW2250
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Prof. Dr.-Ing.
Martin Oberlack
Technische Universität Darmstadt, Fachgebiet Strömungsdynamik, Germany Statistical symmetries in turbulence –a basis for turbulence scaling laws and a new paradigm for turbulence modeling 2013
Feb 15
14:00h
MW2250
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Dr. André Massing Simula Research Laboratory, University of Oslo, Department of Informatics, Oslo, Norway Finite element methods for the Stokes problem on cut and composite meshes - analysis, implementation and applications 2012
Dec 03
13:00h
MW1237
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Prof.
Anders Logg
Simula Research Laboratory, Department of Informatics, Oslo, Norway Software for automated computing 2012
Nov 27
13:00h
MW1237
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Prof.
Mats Larson
Department of Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics, Umeå University, Sweden Introduction to composite and cut finite element methods 2012
Nov 26
13:00h
HS MW 2250
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Dr. Alberto Figueroa Imaging Sciences & Biomedical Engineering Division, King's College London, UK Patient-Specific Cardiovascular Blood Flow Modeling: Theory and Applications 2012
Oct 11
13:00h
IAS Auditorium
Lichtenbergstr. 2a
Garching
Prof.
Antonio Huerta
Laboratori de Calcul Numeric Dept. Matematica Aplicada III, UPC-BarcelonaTECH, Spain High-order numerical approximations for continuous and discontinuous Galerkin methods 2012
Oct 04
13:00h
HS MW 2250
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Dr. Guglielmo Scovazzi Sandia National Laboratories, USA High-order discontinuous Galerkin methods for flows in porous media: High-fidelity viscous fingering computations on fully unstructured meshes 2012
Jul 23
11:00h
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Prof.
Victor M. Calo
Earth Sciences and Engineering Program, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Analysis and Applications of Isogeometric Finite Elements 2012
Jun 12
11:00h
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Prof.
Isaac Harari
Tel Aviv University,
The Iby and Aladar Fleischman Faculty of Engineering, Israel
Consistent loading in Structures with applications 2012
Feb 08
11:00h
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Prof.
Claus-Dieter Munz
IAG - Institut für Aerodynamik und Gasdynamik, Universität Stuttgart, Germany Discontinuous Galerkin schemes for massively parallel applications 2011
Dec 01
14:00h
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Prof.
Wing Kam Liu
Northwestern University, Founding Chair of the ASME Nanotechnology Council, World Class Professor at SKKU, USA Immersed molecular electrokinetic finite element method for nano-devices into technology and drug delivery 2011
Oct 07
11:00h
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Prof.
Karol Miller
Director of Intelligent Systems for Medicine Lab. School of Mechanical Engineering,
The University of
Western Australia
Reliable and accurate brain shift estimation based on biomechanical models 2011
Jul 14
11:00h
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Prof.
Ingolf Sack
Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Germany Magnetresonanz-Elastographie Grundlagen, Anwendungen und Perspektiven 2011
Jul 06
15:00h
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Dr. Thomas Franz University of Cape Town, Centre for High Performance Computing, CSIR, South Africa Computational Biomechanics in Treatment and Prevention of Cardiovascular Diseases in Africa 2011
Jun 16
11:00h
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Prof.
Il Yong Kim
Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, Queen's University, Canada Computational Simulation of Bone Remodeling using Topology Optimization 2010
Oct 19
11:00h
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Prof.
Il Yong Kim
Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, Queen's University, Canada Topology Optimization and Multiobjective Optimization for Biomechanical and Automotive Applications 2010
Oct 14
11:00h
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Prof.
Assad Oberai
Department of Mechanical, Aerospace and Nuclear Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, New York, USA Multiscale Methods in Fluid Mechanics 2010
Jun 30
15:00h
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Prof.
Peter Hansbo
Chalmers University of Technology and University of Gothenburg, Sweden A discontinuous finite element method for elastoplasticity 2010
Jun 22
9:00h
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Prof.
Amsini Sadiki
Fachgebiet Energie- und Kraftwerkstechnik, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany On SGS Modelling and Large Eddy Simulation for Prediction of Mixing and Combustion in Complex Combustion Systems 2010
Apr 08
11:00h
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Prof.
Ted Belytschko
Walter P. Murphy and
McCormick Institute,
Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Northwestern University, USA
Multiscale Analysis of Failure 2009
Sep 07
14:00h
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Prof.
Ignacio Romero
Department of Structural Analysis and Industrial Constructions School of Mechanical Engineering, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain Finite elements for nonlinear beams. Why so many flavours? 2009
Feb 11
15:00h
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Dr. Johannes C.
Schittny
Institute of Anatomy University of Bern, Switzerland High Resolution 3D Visualization of Lung Parenchyma. Do New Images Force Us to Rewrite Lung Development? 2008
Apr 18
10.30h
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Dr. Miguel A. Fernández INRIA, REO Team, France On the stabilization of weak coupling in fluid-structure interaction with fluid incompressibility 2008
Feb 05
16.30h
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Richard B.
Lehoucq
Sandia National Laboratories, USA On stabilized finite element methods for the Stokes problem in the small timestep limit 2007
Sep 20
14:00h
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Prof.
Hirohisa Noguchi
Department of System Design Engineering, Keio University, Japan Nonlinear Finite Element and Mesh-Free Analysis and Design of Rubber Like Materials 2007
Sep 14
13.30h
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Dipl.-Math.
Corinna Hager
Institut für Angewandte Analysis und Numerische Simulation, Universität Stuttgart, Germany A stable and efficient time integration scheme for contact problems 2007
Sep 12
13.30h
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Prof.
Matthias Heil
School of Mathematics, University of Manchester, UK How oscillating collapsible tubes extract energy from a viscous flow 2007
Sep 04
11:00h
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Dr. John N.
Shadid
Computational Science Research & Development Group, Sandia National Laboratories, USA Accuracy and Stability of Operator Splitting Methods -Applied to Diffusion/Reaction and Convection / Diffusion/ Reaction Systems with Indefinite Operators 2007
Jul 11
14:00h
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Dr. John N.
Shadid
Computational Science Research & Development Group, Sandia National Laboratories, USA Efficient Fully-coupled Newton-Krylov Solution of Transport/Reaction Systems 2007
Jul 10
15:00h
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Prof.
Leopoldo P. Franca
Department of Mathematics,
University of Colorado at Denver, Colorado, USA
A Petrov-Galerkin Enriched Method for the Darcy Equation 2005
Oct 24
16:00h
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Michael Gee Institut für Baustatik,
Universität Stuttgart, Germany
Ein Multilevel-Lösungsansatz für
lineare Gleichungssysteme
nichtlinearer Schalenprobleme
2004
Jun 21
15:00h
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Prof.
Kazuo Kashiyama
Department of Civil Engineering
Chuo University, Tokyo, Japan
Large-Scale Finite Element Simulation
and Modeling for Environmental Flows
2004
Jun 01
11:00h
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Prof.
Matteo Pasquali
Department of Chemical Engineering, MS 362,
Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology, and
Computer and Information Technology Institute
Rice University, 6100 Main St., Houston, TX 77005, USA
Modeling flowing polymer solutions:
mesoscopic vis-´a-vis microscopic approaches,
with an eye to coupled multiscale simulations
2004
May 26
15:00h
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching
Pavel B. Bochev
and
Clark R. Dohrmann
Computational Mathematics and Algorithms Department, Sandia National Laboratories, Mail Stop 1110, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87185-1110
and
Structural Dynamics Research Department, Sandia National Laboratories, Mail Stop 0847,
Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87185-0847, USA
A Stabilized Finite Element Method for the Stokes Problem Based on
Polynomial Pressure Projections
2003
Dec 09
15:00h
Boltzmannstr. 15
Garching