Präsentationen (9  -  2020)


  • E. Prume, G. Kloppenburg, S. Felder, J.-W. Simon; "A constitutive framework for paperboard accounting for anisotropy and compressible plasticity at finite strains"; Progress in Paper Physics Seminar, Jyväskylä (Finland); September 2020;
  • G. Kloppenburg, H. Holthusen, Y. Li, J.-F. Bloch, U. Hirn, J.-W. Simon; "Numerical investigation of paper using the concept of representative volume elements characterized by single fiber behavior and fiber-fiber interaction"; Progress in Paper Physics Seminar, Jyväskylä (Finland); September 2020;
  • David Jaworek, Christian Gierden, Tobias Kinner-Becker, Johanna Waimann, Stefanie Reese; "Modeling material modifications using a process independent approach"; 23rd International Conference on Material Forming (ESAFORM); May 2020;
  • O. Barfusz, T. Brepols, S. Reese; "Reduced integration-based finite element technologies for gradient-extended damage"; Ski-Seminar, Val-d'Illiez (Switzerland); February 2020;
  • S. Felder, H. Holthusen, S. Hesseler, F. Pohlkemper, J.-W. Simon, T. Gries, S. Reese; "Modeling the crystallization kinetics and thermo-mechanical behavior of semi-crystalline polymers"; Ski-Seminar, Val-d'Illiez (Switzerland); February 2020;
  • H. Holthusen, T. Brepols, S. Reese, J.-W. Simon; "A gradient-extended damage model for transversal isotropic materials with plasticity: Micromorphic formulation and numerical implementation"; Ski-Seminar, Val-d'Illiez (Switzerland); February 2020;
  • M. Reuvers, T. Guo, S. Rezaei, T. Brepols, S. Reese; "A thermomechanical interface formulation describing separation in ceramic matrix composites"; Seminar im Rahmen des GRK 2078, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT); February 2020;
  • S. Reese, S. Rezaei, T. Brepols, J. R. Mianroodi, M. Fassin; "Multiscale modeling of plasticity-coupled damage - from MD to anisotropic continuum mechanics"; International Conference on Plasticity, Damage, and Fracture 2020 (ICPDF), Rivera Maya (Mexico); January 2020;
  • S. Reese, R. Eggersmann, L. Stainier, M. Ortiz; "DD mechanics - the end of classical constitutive modeling?"; Superalloy Data Science - Acquisition, Storage, Mining and Machine Learning, Bochum (Germany); January 2020;