Benedikt Goderbauer, M.Sc.



Research Interests

  • Computational Biomechanics
  • Respiratory Mechanics
  • Reduced-dimensional lung modeling
  • Applications in neonatology


  • since 2022 Research Associate at the Institute for Computational Mechanics (Lehrstuhl für Numerische Mechanik), Technische Universität München, Germany
  • 2022 Master of Science (M.Sc.), Mechanical Engineering, Technische Universität München, Germany
  • 2019 Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.), Engineering Science, Technische Universität München, Germany

Supervised Student Projects

  • J. Radke: Investigation of Porous Media Approaches to Respiratory Zone Mechanics and Conclusions for Phenomenological Models, Term paper, in progress (co-supervised with Lea Köglmeier and Buğrahan Temür)
  • C. Speigner: Simulation-based Global Sensitivity Analysis of Oscillometric Measurements in Premature Lungs, Bachelor's Thesis, in progress
  • C. Hick: Automated Generation of Patient-Specific Lower Respiratory Tract Models Using Python, MSE Research Internship, 2024
  • I. Störmer: Analysis of Energy Dissipation in the Human Bronchial Tree Using a High-Performance Discontinuous Galerkin Fluid Dynamics Solver, MS&E Advanced Research Internship, 2024 (co-supervised with Mark Sidorovic)
  • J. Mais: Coupled Multi-Frequency Analysis of a Nonlinear Impedance Model of the Human Lungs, Bachelor's Thesis, 2024
  • R. Wagner: Patient-Specific Impedance Modeling of the Human Lungs, Bachelor's Thesis, 2023