Lukas Rinderer, M.Sc.


Research interests

  • Topology Optimization
  • Efficient Sensitivity Analysis
  • Nonlinear Mechanics


  • since 06/2020 Research Associate at the Mechanics & High Performance Computing Group (Professur für Mechanik auf Höchstleistungsrechnern), Technical University of Munich, Germany
  • 03/2020 Master of Science, Materials Science & Engineering, Technical University of Munich, Germany

Conference Contributions with Abstract

  • Rinderer, L., Gee, M.W.: Design of Stents Using Geometrically and Materially Nonlinear Topology Optimization, 8th ECCOMAS Congress, Olso, Norway, June 5-9, 2022


  • Nonlinear Continuum Mechanics, Recitation Instructor (WS22/23)
  • Engineering Mechanics 1 Tutorials (WS20/21, WS21/22)
  • Engineering Mechanics 2 Tutorials (SS20, SS21, SS22)

Supervised student projects / Theses

  • Surface Recovery in Topology Optimization, MSE Bachelor Thesis (2022)
  • Design of a bi-stable Mechanism using Topology Optimization, COME Honours Project (2022)
  • Compliant Mechanism Design in Geometrically Nonlinear Topology Optimization, MSE Bachelor Thesis (2021)
  • Topology Optimization of Materials with Small Strain Plasticity, ME Master Thesis (2021)
  • Efficient Parallel Solvers for Thermo-Solid Mechanics Problems in Aircraft Engines, CSE Master Thesis (2021)
  • Tool for Generation of Artifical Femoral Arteries, MSE Research Internship (2021)
  • Comparison of Optimization Algorithms in Topology Optimization, MSE Research Internship (2020)