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Type of student research project: B.Sc. - Bachelor's thesis, M.Sc. - Master's thesis, Misc - everything else (e.g. SimTech project work, SimTech research module, COMMAS seminar lecture)
Advertised by: (MAT) - Chair of Materials Theory, (CONT) - Chair of Continuum Mechanics, (DAE) - Data Analytics in Engineering
|Adaptive data-driven surrogates||B.Sc., M.Sc., Misc (DAE)|
|Space-time reduced order modeling||B.Sc., M.Sc., Misc (DAE)|
|Analysis and implementation of forward- and backprojection in the context of X-ray computed tomography||B.Sc., Misc (CONT)|
|Direct and indirect measurements of Poisson's ratio||M.Sc., Misc (CONT)|
|Energy propagation in granular systems||M.Sc., Misc (CONT)|
|Numerical modelling of humidity and thermal triggered Shape Memory Polymers||M.Sc., Misc (CONT)|
|Investigation of different integration schemes in weakly compressible SPH||B.Sc., M.Sc., Misc (CONT)|
|Simulation of flow over a porous layer using Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics||B.Sc., M.Sc., Misc (CONT)|
|Modeling of dissolved components in fracturing porous media||M.Sc., Misc (CONT)|
|Studying wave propagation in granular mixtures (soft-stiff)||M.Sc., Misc (CONT)|
|Experimental study of elastic wave propagation in granular media||M.Sc., Misc (CONT)|
|Symmetry preserving data-driven surrogates||B.Sc., M.Sc., Misc (DAE)|
|Testing heterogeneous materials with indentation tests||B.Sc., M.Sc., Misc (DAE)|
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Marc-André KeipProf. Dr.-Ing.
[Photo: Marc-André Keip]
Holger SteebProf. Dr.-Ing.
[Photo: Holger Steeb]
Felix FritzenProf. Dr.-Ing. Dipl.-Math. techn.
[Photo: Felix Fritzen]