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Editorial Board

Timon Rabczuk

Computational Mechanics, Solid Mechanics Professor, Chair of Computational Mechanics, Bauhaus University Weimar, Weimar, Germany

www.uni-weimar.de/en/civil-engineering/chairs/computational-mechanics/home/
timon.rabczukuni-weimar.de
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h-index: Scopus: 84, Highly Cited Researcher 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021  

Research Interests

The research focus of Prof. Rabczuk is Computational Solid Mechanics with emphasis on method development for problems involving fracture and failure of solids and fluid-structure interaction.

Prof. Rabczuk is particularly interested in developing multiscale methods and their application to computational materials design.

  • Constitutive Modeling
  • Material Instabilities, Fracture, Strain Localization
  • Numerical Methods (Extended Finite Element and Mesfhree Methods)
  • Isogeometric Analysis
  • Computational Fluid-Structure Interaction
  • Biomechanical Engineering

Research Grants: EU - FP7

  • 2013 ERC-CoG (5 years, 2,000,000 Euro): Computational Modeling and Design of Lithium-ion Batteries (COMBAT), start: 1.6.2014
  • 2013 Coordinator and Scientist in Charge of the Marie-Curie International Incoming Fellowship (IIF) of Dr. Xiaoying Zhuang (2 years, 160,000 Euro): Computational Multiscale Modeling of Hydraulic Fracturing for shale gas development (HYDROFRAC), start envisioned: 1.7.2014
  • 2011 Coordinator of the FP7-ITN (Initial Training Network): Integrating Numerical Simulation and Geometric Design Technology (INSIST), 3,850,000 Euro (4 years), 12 ESRs (3 years each) and 2 ERs (30 months), 3 industrial partners and 3 academic partners, start 1.1.2012
  • 2010 Coordinator of the FP7-IRSES grant MultiFrac (4 years, 250,000 Euro), start 1.7.2011

Research Grants: DFG

  • 2013 DFG grant RA 1946/17-1 (1 year): International Collaboration (Tongji University, China): Ein dreidimensionales thermo-mechanisches Rissmodell basierend auf PU-Methoden, start: 1.1.2014
  • 2013 DFG grant RA 1946/16-1 (3 years): Eine dreidimensionale Mehrskalenmethode zurModellierung vonMaterialversagen in Nano-Verbundwerkstoffen, start: 201
  • 2012 DFG grant RA 1946/14-1: International Collaboration (Jordan): Physics based virtual surgery approach using the point collocation method of finite spheres
  • 2011 DFG grant RA 1946/10-1 (3 years): Eine elektro-mechanische XFEMFormulierung f¨ur Vorw¨artsprobleme und inverse Probleme, start: 22.12.20
  • 2011 DFG grant RA 1946/8-1 (2 years): Eine MD-XFEM Kopplung zur Simulation von quasi-spr¨odem Materialversagen, start: 1.2.2012
  • 2011 DFG grant PO 405/13-1: Europ¨aische Nachwuchsakademie (1 year): 'Multiscale methods for fracture in nanocomposites', start 1.12.2011 (Dr. Yancheng Zhang)
  • 2010 DFG grant RA 1946/5-1 (3 years): Eine neue netzfreie Methode zur Modellierung von duktilem Materialversagen, start 1.4.2011
  • 2009 DFG grant RA 1946/4-1:Workshop Technology and Society: Simulationsverfahren-Forschung f¨ur die Gesellschaft (6000 Euro)
  • 2009 DFG grant RA 1946/3-1 (3 years): Robuste FSI-Verfahren f¨ur versagende d¨unne Strukturen, start 1.3.201
  • 2009 DFG grant RA 1946/2-1 (3 years): EinMehrskalenansatz zurModellierungquasi-spr¨oden Materialversagens, start 1.3.2010
  • 2009 Aufnahme als Antragsteller im Graduiertenkolleg 'Bewertung gekoppelter numerischer Partialmodelle im konstruktiven Ingenieurbau'

Web of Science ResearcherID: A-3067-2009 

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