21st GAMM Seminar on Microstructures
TU Wien, January 28, 2022

Friday 28.01.2022
08:50
- 09:00
Opening  
Session 1 (Chair: Dirk Praetorius)
09:00
- 09:20
David Wiedemann
(Augsburg)
Homogenisation of the Stokes equations on an evolving domain
09:20
- 09:40
Martin Heida
(WIAS Berlin)
Upscaling of Intercalation electrodes featuring Cahn-Hilliard to Allen-Cahn transitions
09:40
- 10:00
Claudia Raithel
(TU Wien)
Stochastic homogenization on domains with corners
10:00
- 10:20
Nicolas Clozeau
(IST Austria)
Bias in the representative volume element method: Periodize the ensemble instead of its realizations
Coffee break
Session 2 (Chair: Kerstin Weinberg)
11:00
- 11:20
Viktor Shcherbakov
(Kassel)
An adaptive time-discretization scheme for rate-independent systems
11:20
- 11:40
Ameya Rege
(DLR)
On the impact of aggregation mechanism in modelling fractal materials
11:40
- 12:00
Shivangi Aney
(DLR)
What is the influence of pore sizes on the macroscopic mechanical properties of open-porous cellular materials?
Lunch break
Session 3 (Chair: Ben Schweizer)
14:00
- 14:40
Barbara Zwicknagl
(HU Berlin)
Variational models for helimagnets
14:40
- 15:00
Thorsten Bartel
(Dortmund)
Energy relaxation methods and its relation to modern data-based schemes
15:00
- 15:20
Roman Indergand
(ETH Zürich)
The effect of thermal fluctuations on the ferroelectric microstructure
Coffee break
Session 4 (Chair: Georg Dolzmann)
16:00
- 16:20
Marco Bresciani
(TU Wien)
A reduced model for plates arising as low energy Gamma-limit in nonlinear magnetoelasticity
16:20
- 16:40
Konstantinos Zemas
(Münster)
Geometric rigidity in variable domains and derivation of linearized models for elastic materials with free surfaces
16:40
- 17:00
Peter Bella
(Dortmund)
Homogenisation of the compressible Navier-Stokes equations in randomly perforated domains
17:00
- 17:20
Alice Marveggio
(IST Austria)
Rates of convergence of the vector-valued Allen-Cahn equation towards multiphase mean curvature flow
Short break
17:30
- 18:30
Meeting of the GAMM activity group on Analysis of Microstructures