Ph.D. Theses

56 Georg Hammerl A Multipurpose Euler-Lagrange Framework for the Numerical Simulation of Particle and Dispersed Flow Problems 2022
55** Sebastian Fuchs Computational Multiphysics Modeling with Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics and Finite Elements 2021
54** Sebastian Brandstäter Global Sensitivity Analysis for Models of Active Biomechanical Systems 2021
53** Jonas Eichinger Micromechanical Foundations of Mechanobiology in Soft Tissues 2021
52 Johannes Kremheller Continuum-based Computational Approaches for Modeling Tumor Growth 2021
51 Niklas Fehn Robust and Efficient Discontinuous Galerkin Methods for Incompressible Flows 2021
50 Andrea La Spina Coupling of continuous and hybridizable discontinuous Galerkin methods for weakly compressible fluid-structure interaction 2021


Christoph Ager Computational Methods for Fluid-Structure Interaction including Porous Media and Solid Contact 2021
48 Michael Hiermeier Advanced Non-Linear Solution Techniques for Computational Contact Mechanics 2020
47 Maximilian Grill

Computational Models and Methods for Molecular Interactions of Deformable Fibers in Complex Biophysical Systems

46  Magnus Winter Weak Imposition of the General Navier Condition for Cut Finite Elements with Application to Wetting Processes 2020
45** Fabian Bräu Three-dimensional Homogenized Constrained Mixture Model of Anisotropic Vascular Growth and Remodeling 2019
44 Svenja Schoeder Efficient Discontinuous Galerkin Methods for Wave Propagation and Iterative Optoacoustic Image Reconstruction 2019
43 Julien Gillard An Efficient Partitioned Coupling Scheme for Tire Hydroplaning Analysis 2019
42 Martin Pfaller Predictive Computational Modeling of Patient-Specific Cardiac Mechanics 2019
41 Karl-Robert Wichmann Performance Aspects of Incompressible Navier-Stokes Solvers: Lattice-Boltzmann Method vs. Finite Difference Method 2019
40 Julia Hörmann Multiphysics Coupled Computational Modeling in Cardiac Electromechanics 2019
39 Alexander Seitz Computational Methods for Thermo-Elasto-Plastic Contact 2019
38 Anna Birzle Experimental Analysis and Computational Material Modeling of Lung Tissue 2019
37 Benjamin Krank Wall Modeling via Function Enrichment for Computational Fluid Dynamics 2019
36 Philipp Farah Mortar Methods for Computational Contact Mechanics Including Wear and General Volume Coupled Problems 2018
35 Andreas Ehrl Determination of Transport Parameters of Binary Electrolyte Solutions for the Use in Numerical Simulations 2017
34 Christian Roth Multi-dimensional Coupled Computational Modeling in Respiratory Biomechanics 2017
33 Benedikt Schott Stabilized Cut Finite Element Methods for Complex Interface Coupled Flow Problems 2017
32 Jonas Biehler Efficient Uncertainty Quantification for Large-Scale Biomechanical Models Using a Bayesian Multi-Fidelity Approach 2016
31 Anh-Tu Vuong A Computational Approach to Coupled Poroelastic Media Problems 2016
30 Christoph Meier Geometrically exact finite element formulations for slender beams and their contact interaction 2016
29 Susanna Tinkl Towards a predictive computational growth model for aneurysms 2015
28 Sudhakar Yogaraj An embedded interface finite element method for fluid-structure-fracture interaction 2015
27 Ursula Rasthofer Computational Multiscale Methods for Turbulent Single and Two-Phase Flows 2015
26 M. Hamman de Vaal Computational Modeling, Clinical Comprehension and Improvement of Aortic Manipulation 2015
25 Tobias Wiesner Flexible Aggregation-based Algebraic Multigrid Methods for Contact and Flow Problems 2015
24 Jakob Huemer Einfluss instationärer aerodynamischer Kräfte auf die Fahrdynamik von Personenkraftwagen 2014
23 Robert Metzke Modeling and experimental investigation of the mechanobiological environment associated with alveolar pneumocytes 2014
22 Shadan Shahmiri A mixed/hybrid ALE-fixed-grid approach for 3D fluid-structure interaction 2014
21 Caroline Danowski Computational Modelling of Thermo-Structure-Interaction with Application to Rocket Nozzles 2014
20 Kei Wieland Müller Simulation of Self-assembly and Mechanics of Transiently Crosslinked, Semiflexible Biopolymer Networks 2014
19 Mahmoud Ismail Reduced Dimensional Modeling of the Entire Human Lung 2014
18 Florian Henke An extended finite element method for turbulent premixed combustion 2013
17 Markus Gitterle A dual mortar formulation for finite deformation frictional contact problems including wear and thermal coupling 2012
16 Andreas Maier Computational Modeling of Rupture Risk in Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms 2012
15 Georg Bauer A Coupled Finite Element Approach for Electrochemical Systems 2012
14 Alexander Popp Mortar Methods for Computational Contact Mechanics and General Interface Problems 2012
13 Thomas Klöppel A Finite Element Model for the Human Red Blood Cell 2012
12 Sophie Rausch Computational and Experimental Modeling of Lung Parenchyma 2012
11 Christian Cyron Micromechanical Continuum Approach for the Analysis of Biopolymer Networks 2011
10 Lena Wiechert Computational Modeling of Multi-Field and Multi-Scale Phenomena in Respiratory Mechanics 2011
9 Peter Gamnitzer Residual-based variational multiscale methods for turbulent flows and fluid-structure interaction 2010
8 Axel Gerstenberger An XFEM based fixed-grid approach to fluid-structure interaction 2010
7 Ulrich Küttler Effiziente Lösungsverfahren für Fluid-Struktur-Interaktions-Probleme 2009
6 Moritz Frenzel Advanced Structural Finite Element Modeling of Arterial Walls for Patient-Specific Geometries 2009
5* Christiane Förster Robust methods for fluid-structure interaction with stabilised finite elements 2007
4* Tobias Erhart Strategien zur Numerischen Modellierung transienter Impaktvorgänge bei nichtlinearem Materialverhalten 2004
3* Michael Gee Effiziente Lösungsstrategien in der nichtlinearen Schalenmechanik 2004
2* Volker Gravemeier The variational multiscale method for laminar and turbulent incompressible flow 2003
1* Daniel Mok Partitionierte Lösungsverfahren in der Strukturdynamik und der Fluid-Struktur-Interaktion 2001


*This dissertation was supervised by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Wolfgang A. Wall at Institute for Structural Mechanics at the University of Stuttgart and is published in the respective report series.

**This dissertation was supervised by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christian J. Cyron in his role as TUM Junior Fellow at the Institute for Computational Mechanics at the Technical University of Munich and is published in the respective report series.