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  • New project granted:
    Phase-field computation of brittle fracture: robustness, efficiency, and characterisation of solution non-uniqueness

    DFG Project, in cooperation with the Institute of Scientific Computing

Kinderuni Vorbereitung
Photo credit: Andrea Deutschmann/Alle Rechte bei der TU Braunschweig
  • KinderUni on Saturday, 17.11.2018 at 10:30, Audimax,
    Warum gehen Dinge kaputt?
    Prof. Dr. Laura de Lorenzis, Institute of Applied Mechanics
    Preparation of KinderUni:
  • New project granted:
    Beyond isogeometric and stochastic collocation: maximising efficiency in stochastic non-linear computational solid mechanics

    within DFG SPP 1748 "Reliable Simulation Techniques in Solid Mechanics. Development of Non-standard Discretization Methods, Mechanical and Mathematical Analysis", in cooperation with the Institute of Scientific Computing

  • New project granted:
    Isogeometric phase-field modelling of fatigue in slender structures

    DAAD Mobility Program (PPP Norwegen)

  • New publication: Alessi R., Vidoli S., De Lorenzis L. (accepted), Variational approach to fatigue phenomena with a phase-field model: the one-dimensional case, Engineering Fracture Mechanics.