Department of Mechanics: Seminar

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The Solid Mechanics Seminar organized by the Department of Mechanics takes place on an irregular basis in the department conference room B366 (in building B of the Faculty of Civil Engineering, Thákurova 7, Prague 6).
Upcoming presentations:

Previous lectures presented in our Solid Mechanics Seminar can be found below.


Other seminar series related to mechanics and mathematics:


Contents

2019

2018

2017

2016

Jörg F. Unger: A bridge demonstrator for monitoring aging infrastructures
Philip Huschke: Domain decomposition methods for fracture mechanics problems and its application to fiber reinforced concrete (FETI)
Götz Hüsken: Experimental Characterization of the Fracture Behavior of UHPFRC

2015

2014

2013

2012

related papers: File:Bartels-Kruzik.pdf, File:Kruzik-Mielke-Roubicek.pdf

2011

2010

  • Pavel Krejčí (Mathematical Institute, AS CR): Matematické modely termomechanických vlastností materiálů s pamětí (in Czech)
  • Lukasz Kaczmarczyk (University of Glasgow, UK): Analysis of concrete fracture, bone remodelling and geometric nonlinearities using hybrid-Trefftz elements
  • Stella Marusin (consultant): Failure of concrete structures caused by chemical reactions of particular elements in concrete
  • Pavel Trtík (EMPA, Swiss Federal Institute for Materials Science and Technology, Dendorf, Swizerland): High-resolution 3D imaging of cement pastes - from the image acquisition to the estimation of material properties
  • Zuzana Dimitrovová (Universidade Nova, Lisbon, Portugal): Dynamic response of structures subjected to moving loads: Applications to high-speed railway lines
  • Zuzana Dimitrovová (Universidade Nova, Lisbon, Portugal): New materials for passive vibration control: Optimization of passive vibration isolators
  • David T. Biggs (Biggs Consulting Engineering, USA): September 11, 2001: The World Trade Center, New York City
  • Zdeněk P. Bažant (Northwestern University, USA): Scaling of probability distribution of quasibrittle structure strength and lifetime based on atomistic fracture mechanics
  • Philippe Zysset (Vienna University of Technology, Austria): Finite element modeling of the human vertebral body: Research and clinical approaches

2009

  • Jiří Plešek (Institute of Thermomechanics, AS CR): Accuracy, stability and mass lumping of serendipity finite elements in wave propagation problems
  • Adnan Ibrahimbegovic (Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan, France): Multi-scale analysis, identification and design of inelastic heterogeneous materials
  • Zdeněk P. Bažant (Northwestern University, USA): Lessons from excessive long-time deflections and collapse of record-span segmental box girder bridge in Palau
  • Philippe Zysset (Vienna University of Technology, Austria): Nanoindentation of bone tissue

2008

  • Peter Grassl (University of Glasgow, UK): Virtual laboratory for durability of concrete
  • Tomáš Kruml (Institute of Physics of Materials, AS CR): Dislocations in motion
  • Ignacio Carol (Technical University of Catalonia, Barcelona, Spain): Mesomechanical analysis of concrete
  • Joerg Unger (Bauhaus University Weimar, Germany): Neural networks in a multiscale simulation of concrete
  • Jan Mandel (University of Colorado, Denver, USA): Data assimilation in coupled wildland fire-atmosphere modeling
  • Paulo B. Lourenço (Department of Civil Engineering University of Minho, Portugal): Improving the structural safety of historical masonry buildings: Concepts, recent developments in analysis and applications

2007

  • Roman Lackner (Vienna University of Technology, Austria): Nano- to macromechanics of concrete
  • Zuzana Dimitrovová (Universidade Nova, Lisbon, Portugal): Homogenization of cellular solids
  • Drahomír Novák (Brno University of Technology): Stochastická nelineární analýza betonových konstrukcí
  • Shashank Bishnoi (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland): Vector modelling of cement hydration using uic

2006

  • Claudio Tamagnini (Universita degli Studi di Perugia, Italy): Theory of plasticity with generalized haredening rule for modelling of mechanical and non-mechanical degradation process
  • Philippe Zysset (Vienna University of Technology, Austria): Mechanics of bone tissue revisited from nano to macro
  • Denis Davydov (Perm State University, Russia): Stability of nonlinear viscous sample under uniaxial strain
  • Zdeněk P. Bažant (Northwestern University, USA): Co se můžeme naučit z kolapsu Světového obchodního střediska?
  • Andrzej Zielinski (Politechnika Krakowska, Cracow, Poland): Structural optimization with respect to multi-axial high-cycle fatigue
  • Zdeněk P. Bažant (Northwestern University, USA): Statistical mechanics of safety factors: From nano to macro
  • Vít Šmilauer (Czech Technical University in Prague): Předpověď elastických vlastností cementové pasty, malty a betonu z modelů hydratace

2005

  • Gabriele Milani, (University of Ferrara, Italy): HOMOGENIZATION TECHNIQUES FOR IN- AND OUT-OF-PLANE LOADED MASONRY WALLS
  • Véronique Baroghel-Bouny (Laboratoire Central des Ponts et Chaussées, Paris, France): EFFECTS OF SELF-DESICCATION ON AUTOGENOUS DEFORMATIONS, MICROSTRUCTURE AND LONG-TERM HYGRAL BEHAVIOUR
  • Petr Krysl (University of California at San Diego, USA): Trojúhelníky a čtyřstěny integrované v uzlech: aplikace na problémy deformace (téměř) nestlačitelných materiálů\
  • Vincenzo Mallardo (Universita di Ferrara, Italy): Boundary elements in plasticity and damage mechanics
  • Zdeněk P. Bažant (Northwestern University, USA): CREEP AND FRACTURE IN CONCRETE STRUCTURES AT HIGH TEMPERATURE
  • Sonia Marfia (University of Cassino, Italy): Micro-Macro Analysis of Shape Memory Alloy Composites

Optimization of structures using morphological indicators, Willy P. De Wilde, Vrije Universiteit Brussel (BE)

Some remarks on nucleation theory, Pavel Demo, CSc, k102 FSv ČVUT (CZ)

Vícekriteriální optimalizace pomocí genetických algoritmů v řešení návrhů strojů, Zbyněk Šika, Ph.D., Ústav mechaniky, FS ČVUT (CZ)

Single and Multi-objective Stochastic Global Optimization in Engineering, Matěj Lepš, k132 FSv ČVUT (CZ)

Identifikace materiálových parametrů pomocí neuronových sítí a genetických algoritmů, Anna Kučerová, k132 FSv ČVUT (CZ)

Homogenizace a modelování velkých deformací porézních materiálů nasycených tekutinou, Eduard Rohan, Západočeská univerzita v Plzni (CZ)

2004

  • Martin Wierer (Czech Technical University in Prague): Víceúrovňové modelování navíjených kompozitů - mezoskopická úroveň
  • Jaroslav Pavlík (Czech Technical University in Prague): Mikrovlnná impulsní metoda pro měření vlhkosti ve stavebních materiálech
  • Rostislav Chudoba (RWTH Aachen, Germany): Numerické modelování textilního betonu na mikro-, mezo- a makroskopické úrovni