The Chair of Applied Dynamics (LTD - Lehrstuhl für Technische Dynamik) started in April 2011 at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg.
Until 2016, the Independent Junior Research Group in the DFG Emmy Noether Programme
Simulation and optimal control of the dynamics of multibody systems in biomechanics and robotics has been part of the LTD.
Research topics of the group are situated in the field of computational mechanics, in particular dynamics and applied mathematics with focus on the development of efficient techniques for the simulation and optimisation of dynamical and control systems with applications to modern engineering and biomechanical questions. The considered problems come from elastodynamics, flexible multibody dynamics (representing e.g. parts of the human body in everyday movements and sports or industrial and medical robots), coupled and multirate systems. A goal is the simulation, optimisation and optimal control of their dynamics. Thereby, the further development of corresponding numerical methods is likewise important as the modelling of the nonlinear systems.
postdoc / doctoral candidate - Kinematic and Geometric Modeling of Protein Molecular Mechanisms
master thesis - related to postdoc / doctoral candidate - Kinematic and Geometric Modeling of Protein Molecular Mechanisms (see above)
student job - Segmentation of human and rat hearts based on MRI data
student assistants for supervision
master theses - Expansion of the nearly incompressibe, hyperelastic and orthotropic material model for cardiac tissue by considering viscoelasticity
master theses - Image processing/ finite element modelling – from the segmentation to the finite element simulation of the heart
master theses - Image processing – automatic/ semi-automatic segmentation of patient specific heart models (magnetic resonance imaging)
master theses - topics related to FRASCAL
master thesis - Finite element modelling of cardiac mechanics in a rat heart with fibre and sheet dispersion
2011 - 2012
Chair of Applied Dynamics
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