Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing.

Tim Ricken

Head of Department
Institute of Mechanics, Structural Analysis, and Dynamics of Aerospace Structures

Contact

+49 711 685-63612
+49 711 685-63706

Pfaffenwaldring 27
70569 Stuttgart
Germany
Room: 00.048

Subject

Research interest:  
Topics: Mechanical description and numerical simulation
 
  • Coupled and nonlinear structural mechanics
  • Dynamics and wave propagation
  • Multifield problems
  • Multiscale problems
  • Porous Media
  • Growth, remodelling and optimization
  • Biomechanics
Tools:  
 
  • Continuum mechanics
  • Thermodynamics
  • Finite Element Method
  • Numerical solution methods
  • Materials science
  • Theory of Porous Media
   
Research projects
 
 
   
Industry contacts:  
ThyssenKrupp Steel Europe  
 
  • Material description of steel
  • Process simulation of steel production and finishing
  • Simulations in welding and forming technology
  • Simulation of a continuous casting plant
Salzgitter AG:  
 
  • Material description of steel
  • Plasticity
  • Life cycle analysis of hollow steel profiles
  • Modelling of weld seam
AG Ruhr:  
 
  • Simulation of landfill sites
  • Methane oxidation
   
Miscalleneous:  
Providing of expertise:
  • International Journal of Solids and Structures
  • Mechanics Research Communications
  • Acta Mechanica
  • Archive of Applied Mechanics
  • Transport in Porous Media
  • Biomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology

 

[67] Ricken, T., Waschinsky, N., Werner, D.:
Simulation of Steatosis Zonation in Liver Lobule – A Continuummechanical Bi-Scale, Tri-
Phasic, Multi-Component Approach. In: Wriggers P., Lenarz T. (eds) Biomedical Technology.
Lecture Notes in Applied and Computational Mechanics, vol 84. Springer, Cham, pp 15-33,
2018.
[66] Christ, B., Dahmen, U., Herrmann, K.-H., Knig, M., Reichenbach, J. R.,
Ricken, T., Schleicher, J., Schwen, L. O., Vlaic, S., Waschinsky, N.:
Computational Modeling in Liver Surgery, Frontiers in Physiology, 8, Article 906, 2017.
[65] Moj, L., Deike, R., Göhler, K., Ricken, T.:
Micro-macro modelling of steel solidification: A continuum mechanical, bi-phasic, two-scale
model including thermal driven phase transition, GAMM Mitteilungen, 40 (2), 125â137 2017.
[64] Schulte, M., Jochmann, M. A., Gehrke, T. Thom, A., Ricken, T. Denecke
M., Schmidt, T. C.:
Characterization of methane oxidation in a simulated landfill cover system by compa-
ring molecular and stable isotope mass balances, Waste Management, 69, 281–288 , doi:
10.1016/j.wasman.2017.07.032, 2017.
[63] Pierce, D.M., Unterberger, M.J., Trobin, W. Ricken, T., Holzapfel, G.A.:
A microstructurally based continuum model of cartilage viscoelasticity and permeability incorporating measured statistical fiber orientations, Biomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology, online available, doi:~10.1007/s10237-015-0685-x, 2015.
[62] Bartel, F., Ricken, T., Schröder, J. Bluhm, J.
Remarks on coupled multi-scale simulations and high performance computation, Proceedings
in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 16 (1), 511–512 , doi: 10.1002/pamm.201610244,
2016.
[61] Waschinsky, N., Werner, D., Ricken, T., Dahmen, U., Dirsch, O.
On a bi-scale and tri-phasic model for the description of growth in biological tissue using
the example of the human liver, Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 16 (1),
109–110 , doi: 10.1002/pamm.201610043, 2016.
[60] Henning, C., Moj, L., Ricken, T.
A ternary phase bi-scale FE-model for diffusion-driven dendritic alloy solidification pro-
cesses, Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 16 (1), 449–450 , doi:
10.1002/pamm.201610213, 2016.
[59] Seyedpour, S. M., Ricken, T.
Modeling of contaminant migration in groundwater: A continuum mechanical approach using
in the theory of porous media, Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 16 (1),
487–488, doi: 10.1002/pamm.201610232, 2016.
[58] Ricken, T., Werner, D., Holzhütter, H.G., König, M., Dahmen, U., Dirsch, O.:
Modeling function-perfusion behavior in liver lobules including tissue, blood, glucose, lactate and glycogen by use of a coupled two-scale PDE-ODE approach, Biomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology, 14 (3), 515 -- 536, doi:~10.1007/s10237-014-0619-z, 2015.
[57] Bartel, F., Ricken, T., Schröder, J., Bluhm, J.:
A two-scale homogenisation approach for fluid saturated porous media based on TPM and FE 2 -Method. Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 15 (1), 447 -- 448, doi:~10.1002/pamm.201510214, 2015.
[56] Moj, L., Ricken, T., Steinbach, I.:
A continuum mechanical, bi-phasic, two-scale model for thermal driven phase transition during solidification. Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 15 (1), 409 -- 410, doi:~10.1002/pamm.201510195, 2015.
[55] Thom, A., Ricken, T., Bluhm, J., Widmann, R., Denecke, M., Gehrke, T,:
Validation of a coupled FE-model for the simulation of methane oxidation via thermal imaging. Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 15 (1), S. 433 -- 434, doi:~10.1002/pamm.201510207.
[54] Werner, D., Ricken, T., Dahmen, U., Dirsch, O., Holzhütter, H.-G., König, M.:
On the Influence of Growth in Perfusion Dependent Biological Systems - at the Example of the Human Liver., Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 15 (1), 119 -- 120, doi:~10.1002/pamm.201510050, 2015.
[53] Ricken, T., Sindern, A., Bluhm, J., Widmann, R., Denecke, M., Gehrke, T., Schmidt, T.C.:
Concentration driven phase transitions in multiphase porous media with application to methane oxidation in landfill cover layers, ZAMM - Journal of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 94 (7), 609 -- 622, doi:~10.1002/zamm.201200198, 2014.
[52] Bluhm, J., Bloßfeld, W. M., Ricken, T.:
Energetic effects during phase transition under freezing-thawing load in porous media – a continuum multiphase description and FE-simulation, ZAMM - Journal of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 94 (7), 586 -- 608, doi:~10.1002/zamm.201200154, 2014.
[51] Ricken, T., Bluhm, J:
Modeling of liquid and gas saturated porous solids under freezing and thawing cycles, in: Aktuelle Forschung in der Bodenmechanik 2013, Tom Schanz and Achim Hettler (editors), Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 23--42, 2014.
[50] Sindern, A., Ricken, T., Bluhm, J., Widmann, R., Denecke, M., Gehrke, T.:
A coupled multi-component approach for bacterial methane oxidation in landfill cover layers, Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 14 (1), 469 -- 470, doi:~10.1002/pamm.201410222, 2014.
[49] Albrecht, D., Ricken, T., Pierce, D. M.:
A Multi-Component Description of Osmotic Driven Deformations in Articular Cartilage, Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 14 (1), 109 -– 110, doi:~10.1002/pamm.201410042, 2014.
[48] Moj, L., Ricken, T., Steinbach, I.:
Multi-Scale and Multi-Component Approach for Solidification Processes, Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 14 (1), 465 –- 466, doi:~10.1002/pamm.201410220, 2014.
[47] Werner, D., Ricken, T., Holzhütter, H.-G., König, M., Dahmen, U., Dirsch, O.:
On growth effects in the human liver, Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 14 (1), 105 –- 106, doi:~10.1002/pamm.201410040, 2014.
[46] Pierce D.M., Ricken T., Holzapfel G. A.:
Modeling sample/patient-specific structural and diffusional responses of cartilage using DT-MRI, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering 29 (8), 807 -- 821, doi:~10.1002/cnm.2524, 2013.
[45] Ricken, T., Dahmen, U., Dirsch, O., Werner, D. Q. :
A biphasic 3D-FEM model for the remodeling of microcirculation in liver lobes, in Computer Models in Biomechanics, Holzapfel G. A. and Kuhl E. (editors), Springer-Verlag Berlin - Heidelberg, 277 -- 292, 2013.
[44] Albrecht, D., Ricken, T., Pierce, D. M.,Holzapfel, G. A.:
A hyperelastic biphasic fiber reinforced model for articular cartilage considering the distribution and orientation of collagen fibers, Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 13 (1), 55 -- 56, 2013.
[43] Werner, D. Q., Ricken, T., Ferreira Pfeiffer, A.:
On a FEM model for isotropic and transversely isotropic growth in biphasic materials, Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 13 (1), 63 -- 64, 2013.
[42] Moj, L., Ricken, T., Göhler, K.:
Finite Element Simulation of Steel Solidification under High Temperature, Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 13 (1), 191 -- 192, 2013.
[41] Sindern, A., Ricken, T., Bluhm, J., Widmann, R., Denecke, M.:
Bacterial methane oxidation in landfill cover layers -- a coupled FE multiphase description, Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 13 (1), 193 -- 194, 2013.
[40] Pierce, D. M., Ricken T., Holzapfel G. A.:
A hyperelastic biphasic fiber-reinforced model of articular cartilage considering distributed collagen fiber orientations: continuum basis, computational aspects and applications, Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering 16 (12), 1344 -- 1361, 2013.
[39] Schmidt, T., Balzani, D., Ricken, T. and Werner, D. Q.:
A biphasic approach for the simulation of growth processes in soft biological tissues incorporating damage-induced stress softening, Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 12 (1), 91 -- 92, 2012.
[38] Bloßfeld, W. M., Bluhm, J. and Ricken, T.:
Simulation of freezing and thawing processes with capillary effects in fluid filled porous media, Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 12 (1), 365 -- 366, 2012.
[37] Sindern, A., Ricken, T., Bluhm, J., Denecke, M. and Schmidt, T. C.:
Phase transition in methane oxidation layers – a coupled FE multiphase description, Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 12 (1), 371 -- 372, 2012.
[36] Werner, D., Ricken, T., Dahmen, U. and Dirsch, O.:
A biphasic FEM model for the microperfusion in liver lobules, Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 12 (1), 89 -- 90, 2012.
[35] Albrecht, D., Ricken, T., Pierce, D. M. and Holzapfel, G. A.:
A biphasic transverse isotropic FEM model for cartilage, Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 12 (1), 105 -- 106, 2012.
[34] Lilledahl, M. B., Pierce, D. M., Ricken, T., Holzapfel, G. A., de Lange Davies, C.:
Structural analysis of articular cartilage using multiphoton microscopy: input for biomechanical modeling, IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging, 30 (9), 1635 -- 1648, 2011.
[33] Lilledahl, M. B., Pierce, D. M., Ricken, T., Holzapfel, G. A., de Lange Davies, C.:
Extracting quantitative biomechanical parameters for cartilage from second harmonic generation images, SPIE BiOS, International Society for Optics and Photonics, 79033A -- 79033A-8, 2011.
[32] Bluhm, J., Ricken, T., Bloßfeld, M.:
Ice formation in porous media, in: Lecture Notes in Applied and Computational Mechanics, F. Pfeiffer and P. Wriggers (editors), volume: Advances in Extended and Multifield Theories for Continua, Springer-Verlag Berlin - Heidelberg, 153 -- 174, 2011.
[31] Robeck, M., Ricken, T., Widmann, R.:
A finite element simulation of biological conversion processes in landfills, Waste Management, 31 (4), 663 -- 669, 2011.
[30] Bluhm, J., Bloßfeld, W. M., Ricken, T.:
Simulation of capillary effects and phase transition under freezing and thawing load in liquid and gas saturated porous media, Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 11 (1), 455 -- 456, 2011.
[29] Ateshian, G. A., Ricken, T.:
Multigenerational interstitial growth of biological tissues, Biomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology, 9 (6), 689 -- 702, 2010.
[28] Ricken, T., Dahmen; U., Dirsch; O.:
A biphasic model for sinusoidal liver perfusion remodeling after outflow obstruction, Biomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology 9, 435 -- 450, 2010.
[27] Ricken, T., Bluhm, J.:
Remodeling and growth of living tissue -- a multiphase theory, Archive of Applied Mechanics 80 (5), 453 -- 465, 2010.
[26] Ricken T., Bluhm, J.:
Modeling fluid saturated porous media under frost attack, GAMM-Mitteilungen 47, 40 -- 56, 2010.
[25] Bluhm, Ricken, T., J., Bloßfeld, W. M.:
Simulation of freezing and thawing cycles in liquid and gas saturated porous media, Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 10 (1), 359 -- 360, 2010.
[24] Ricken, T., Bluhm, J.:
Evolutional growth and remodeling in multiphase living tissue, Computational Materials Science 45 (3), 806 -- 811, 2009.
[23] Ricken, T., Robeck, M., Widmann, R.:
A multiphase finite element simulation of biological conversion processes in landfills, Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 9 (1), 51 -- 54, 2009.
[22] Ricken, T., Bluhm, J., Epple, M., Wehmöller M., Annen, T.:
An enriched biphasic model for solute driven degradation, Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 9 (1), 165 - 166, 2009.
[21] Bluhm, J., Ricken, T., Bloßfeld, W.M.:
Freezing and thawing processes in porous media experiment and simulation, Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 9 (1), 387 - 388, 2009.
[20] Robeck, M., Ricken, T., Raedeker, S.:
Auf dem Weg in die Nachsorgephase - Innovative Deponietechnik und gezielte Prognosen mit einem FEM-Programm, Wasser Luft Boden - Zeitschrift für Umwelttechnik (wlb) 6, 36 -- 38, 2009.
[19] Bluhm, J., Ricken T., Bloßfeld, W. M.:
Energetische Aspekte zum Gefrierverhalten von Wasser in porösen Strukturen, Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 8 (1), 10483 -- 10484, 2008.
[18] Ricken, T., Schwarz, A., Bluhm, J.:
A triphasic model of transversely isotropic biological tissue with application to stress and biological induced growth, Computational Materials Science 39, 124 -- 136, 2007.
[17] Ricken, T., Bluhm, J.:
Remodeling and growth of living tissue -- a multiphase theory, Beitrag in Proceedings of the second GAMM Seminar on Continuum Biomechanics in Freudenstadt-Lauterbad Germany, Ehlers W. & Karajan N. (Eds.), Report No. II-16 aus dem Institut für Mechanik (Bauwesen), Lehrstuhl II, Universität Stuttgart, 59--76, 2007.
[16] Ricken, T.:
Transverse isotropic flow in biphasic materials, Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 7, 4020005 -- 4020006, 2007.
[15] Bluhm, J., Ricken, T.:
Modeling of freezing and thawing processes in liquid filled thermo-elastic porous solids, Transport in Concrete in Nanostructure and Macrostructure -- Impact on Durability, TRANSCON 07, 41 -- 57, 2007.
[14] Ricken, T., Schwarz, A., Bluhm, J.:
A Triphasic Theory for Growth in Biological Tissue -- Basics and Applications, Materialwissenschaft und Werkstofftechnik 37 (6), 446 -- 456, 2006.
[13] Ustohalova, V., Ricken, T., Widmann, R.:
Estimation of Landfill Emission Lifespan Using Process Oriented Modeling -- Decompositions and Transport Processes, Waste Management 26 (4), 442 -- 450, 2006.
[12] Ricken, T.:
On the Description of Growth in Saturated Living Tissues, Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 6, 137-138, 2006.
[11] Bluhm, J., Ricken, T.:
A comparative study about numerically simulated growth processes in biomechanics, Beitrag in Proceedings of the first GAMM Seminar on Continuum Biomechanics in Freudenstadt-Lauterbad Germany, Ehlers W. & Markert B. (Eds.), Report No. II-14 aus dem Institut für Mechanik (Bauwesen), Lehrstuhl II, Universität Stuttgart, 1--11, 2005.
[10] Ricken, T.:
On Biological Activities in Organic Materials, Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 5, 441-442, 2005.
[9] Ricken, T., de Boer, R.:
Two Phase Flow in Capillary Porous Materials, IUTAM-Proceedings on physicochemical and electromechanical interactions in porous media, J.M. Huyghe, P.A.C. Raats, S. C. Cowin (editors), Kluwer Academic Publishers Boston - Dordrecht - London, 359-364, 2005.
[8] Ricken, T., Ustohalova, V.:
Modeling of thermal mass transfer in porous media with applications to the organic phase transition in landfills, Computational Materials Science 32, Issues 3-4, 498-508, 2005.
[7] Ricken, T.:
Mass Transfer in Porous Media, Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 4, 492-493, 2004.
[6] Ustohalova, V., Ricken, T., Widmann, R.:
Kalkulierbares Risiko: Das Emissionsverhalten von Siedlungsabfalldeponien soll mit einer prozessorientierten, experimentell abgesicherten numerischen Simulation langfristig abgeschätzt werden, Müllmagazin 1/2004, Berlin, 29 -- 32, 2004.
[5] Ricken, T., de Boer, R.:
Multiphase flow in a capillary porous medium, Computational Materials Science 28, Issues 3-4, 704-713, 2003.
[4] Ricken, T., de Boer, R.:
Transport in a capillary thermo-elastic porous material, Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 3, 420-421, 2003.
[3] Ricken, T.:
Transport of fluids in capillary porous solids, Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 2, 384-385, 2003.
[2] Ricken, T.:
Kapillarität in porösen Medien - Theoretische Untersuchung und numerische Simulation, Dissertation, Shaker Verlag, Aachen, 2002.
[1] Ricken, T.:
Numerical simulation of the motion of different liquids in a porous body, Zeitschrift für ange-
wandte Mathematik und Mechanik 81, 963 – 964, 2001 .

 

  • Einführung in die Festigkeitslehre
  • Technische Mechanik
Personal Information:  
Ricken, Tim Born: March 8, 1971
Education:  
2002 PhD Graduation (Dr.-Ing.):
Faculty of Engineering, University of Essen, Institute of Mechanics, Germany
1998 Master degree (Dipl.-Ing.):
Faculty of Engineering, University of Essen, Institute of Mechanics, Germany
Current Position:  
08/2017 - now Director of the institute for Statics and Dynamics of Aerospace Structures
Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, University of Stuttgart, Germany
Previous Positions:  
2011 - 7/2017 Full Professor for „Mechanics, Structural Analysis, and Dynamics“
Faculty of Architecture and Civil Engineering, TU Dortmund University, Germany
4/2011–9/2011
Acting Professor for „Mechanics and Structural Analysis”
Faculty of Architecture and Civil Engineering, TU Dortmund University, Germany
2009 - 2011 Associate Professor (JP after peer Evaluation) in "Computational Mechanics"
Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Duisburg-Essen, Institute of Mechanics, Germany
2009 Visiting Professor (Biomechanics)
Musculoskeletal Biomechanics Laboratory (MBL), Columbia University, USA
2006 - 2011 Assistant Professor (Junior Professor) for “Computational Mechanics”
Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Duisburg-Essen, Institute of Mechanics, Germany
2002 - 2006 Postdoctoral research fellow
Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Duisburg-Essen, Institute of Mechanics, Germany
1998 - 2002 Research fellow
Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Duisburg-Essen, Institute of Mechanics, Germany
Supervision of Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Fellows  
2011 - now 7 PhD and 17 Master Students
Faculty of Architecture and Civil Engineering, TU Dortmund University, Germany
2006 - 2011 4 PhD and 11 Master Students
Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Duisburg-Essen, Institute of Mechanics, Germany
Institutional Responsibilities:  
2012 - now Member of University Council (Senat), TU Dortmund University, Germany
2012 - now Member of Faculty Board (Fakultätsrat), TU Dortmund University, Germany
2006 - 2011 Course Director of Master-Program &quo;Computational Mechanics&quot,, Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Duisburg-Essen, Institute of Mechanics,
Germany
Teaching Activities:  
1998 - now Lecture & Exercises: Engineering Mechanics I-IV, Structural Analysis I-II, Finite Continuum Mechanics, Dynamics, Tensor calculus, Non-linear
Theory of Materials, Multiphase Materials, Numerical Methods, Finite Element Method for Non-Linear Problems, Coupled Problems, Plate and Shell Structures
ISD, University of Stuttgart,
Faculty of Architecture and Civil Engineering, TU Dortmund University and Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Duisburg-Essen, Institute of Mechanics,
Germany
Organization of Scientific Meetings:  
2014 11th World Congress on Computational Mechanics (WCCM 2014), Spain, Section Multiscale Liver Simulation
2014/13/09 Annual Meeting of the International Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (GAMM), Sections Biomechanics (2014), Material modelling in solid
mechanics (2003), Biomechanics (2009)
2014 - 2006 Annual Young Researchers Workshop on Biomechanics, Austria-Switzerland-Germany
2013 Graduate School SiMiDe (Simulation-based Microstructure Design of Materials), Topic: Multiscale Formulation in Porous Media, Germany
2011/09/07 Annual Meeting of the German Association of Computational Mechanics (GACM), Sections Soft Tissue Mechanics (2011, 2009, 2007), Germany 
2010
IV European Conference on Computational Mechanics (ECCM 2010), Section Coupled Problems in Porous Media Mechanics, France
Tabellenende
Commissions of Trust:  
2012 - now viewer for DFG (German Research Foundation), Germany
2012 - now Reviewer for FWO (Research Foundation Flanders), Belgium
2012 - now Reviewer for DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service), Germany 
2006 – now Reviewer for several scientific peer review journals: Biomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology, International Journal for Numerical Methods
in Biomedical Engineering, Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, BioSystems, Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, Journal of
Visualized Experiments, International Journal of Solids and Structures, Continuum Mechanics and Thermodynamics, Mechanics Research Communications, Archive
of Applied Mechanics, Acta Mechanica, Transport in Porous Media, Chemical Engineering Communications, Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A, International
Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics
Memberships of Scientific Societies:  
2006 - now Membership in the German Association of Biomechanics (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Biomechanik, DGfB)
2002 - now Membership in the German Association of Mathematics and Mechanics (GAMM)
Activity Groups: Multifield Problems, Multiscale Material Modeling, Phase Field Modeling, Computer Science and Engineering
Major Collaborations:  
  Gerhard A. Holzapfel, Institute of Biomechanics, Graz University of Technology, Austria
  Gerard A. Ateshian, Musculoskeletal Biomechanics Laboratory (MBL), Columbia University, USA
  Jörg Schröder, Institute of Mechanics, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
  Uta Dahmen, Department of General, Visceral and Transplantation Surgery, University Hospital Jena, Germany
  Olaf Dirsch, Institute of Pathology, University Hospital Jena, Germany
  H. G. Holzhütter, Institute of Biochemistry, University Medicine Charité Berlin, Germany
  Jan Hengstler, Leibniz Research
Centre for Working Environment and Human Factors IfA, Dortmund, Germany
Mitgliedschaften:  
  Mitglied der Gesellschaft für Angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik (GAMM)
  Mitglied der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Biomechanik
  Mitglied im Deutschen Hochschulverband
  Gamm-Fachausschuss: Mehrfeldprobleme
  Gamm-Fachausschuss: Multiscale Material Modetdng and Simulation
Gutachterliche Tätigkeiten:  
  International Journal of Sotdds and Structures
  Mechanics Research Communications
  Acta Mechanica
  Archive of Apptded Mechanics
  Transport in Porous Media
  Biomechanics and Modetdng in Mechanobiology
Auslandsaufenthalt:  
06/2009 - 09/2009 Columbia University, New York, Prof. Gerard A. Ateshian
Sprachkenntnisse: Englisch sicher in Wort und Schrift

 

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