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DOCTORAL THESES IN PROGRESS AT THE ILSB



Morteza AMINI:
Klinische Finite Elemente Modellierung von Knochen

Tilen CEGLAR:
Modeling and Simulation of Fiber Reinforced Polymers

Martin FRANK:
Experimental Characterization of a Damage Model for Human Trabeculae

Jan KAUL:
Development and FEM Implementation of an Elasto-Damage-Plastic Constitutive Law

Vedran NEDELKOVSKI:
Structure-Function Relationships in Cortical Bone Tissue at the Micro- and Nanoscales

Martin SPRINGER:
Fatigue Crack Growth Modeling in Semiconductors - Numerical Simulations Using Damage and Fracture Mechanics
(in cooperation with Infineon, Villach)

Lukas STEINER:
Early Diagnonsis of Osteoporosis Based on Planar X-Rays Using Biomechanical and Morphometrical Methods

Monika STIPSITZ:
Development of a Nonlinear Micro Finite-Element Framework for Image-Based Simulations in Bone Biomechanics

Alexander SYNEK:
Bone Architecure Based Prediction of Hominin Activities


Note: The titles of the doctoral theses in progress listed above are working titles.


revised 170915 (hjb)
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