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On the 14th of September 2021 our former team member Dr.-Ing. Maximilian Grill was awarded the "Department Prize - Dissertation" of the department for Mechanical Engineering at TUM for his outstanding thesis entitled "Computational Models and Methods for Molecular Interactions of…

The CISM Advanced Course "Metal Additive Manufacturing: Fundamentals, Modeling, Materials, and Implementation” will take place at the International Centre for Mechanical Science (CISM) in Udine, Italy from October 18 - 22. The course will be offered in hybrid form, i.e.,…

Prof. Wolfgang A. Wall has been awarded an ERC Advanced Grant for his project "BREATHE - Unlocking vital mysteries in respiratory biomechanics".

Another webinar at the renowned International Centre for Mechnical Science (CISM) will take place on December 7, 9 and 10, 2020, coordinated by Prof. Wolfgang A. Wall: International scientists will lecture on a broad range of "Advanced Topics in Computational Mechanics". For…

The upcoming week, Prof. Bernhard A. Schrefler and Prof. Wolfgang A. Wall organize a webinar at the prestigious International Centre for Mechanical Science (CISM) on "Computational Biomechanics - Advanced Models and Methods". For registration and further information:…

A press announcement of the Technical University of Munich today, highlights our research on the development of a computational lung model that supports and enables better mechanical ventilation strategies of patients with acute lung failure. See the press announcement here: …

Many scientific disciplines are essential in fighting the Corona virus and reducing the number of fatalities. The Institute for Computational Mechanics & Center for Computational Biomedical Engineering, headed by Prof. Wall, together with the TUM-spinoff company Ebenbuild…

Martin R. Pfaller received the Dissertation Award of the Association of German Engineers (VDI). He graduated from TUM / LNM with a Ph.D. in 2019 and is currently a Postdoc at Stanford University. The award is given annually to scientists from the broad field of engineering. Dr.…

At the yearly commencement day, the "Tag der Fakultät Maschinenwesen", Dr.-Ing. Philipp Farah was awarded the RENK Antriebstechnik Förderpreis for his thesis entitled "Mortar Methods for Computational Contact Mechanics Including Wear and General Volume Coupled Problems". This prize…