Today Anastasia Molchanova has won one of the eight REWIRE fellowship of the University of Vienna. Congratulations, Anastasia!
Today Elisa Davoli has been awarded one of the two Richard-von-Mises Prizes 2020 of the GAMM.
We moved! From today our group is part of the Institute of Analysis and Scientific Computing of the Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien).
Today on the Junge Akademie blog in the website of Der Standard there was an article on our research. The article (in German) is available at this link
Today Valerio Pagliari has successfully defended his PhD thesis at the University of Pisa. Congratulations, Valerio!
Today Elisa Davoli has successfully defended her Habilitation at the University of Vienna.
Today Valerio Pagliari starts working as FWF-GAČR postdoc in our group. Welcome to Vienna!
Marco Bresciani has won one of the 2019 fellowships from the "Fondazione Ing. Quarena". Congratulations Marco!
Today Anastasia Molchanova starts her Lise Meitner project on "Mappings of Finite Distortion for Nonlinear Solid Mechanics".
Today Marco Bresciani starts working as FWF-GAČR PhD student in our group. He will be working under the joint supervision of Maria Giovanna Mora (University of Pavia) and Elisa Davoli. Welcome to Vienna!
Today Leonie Schmeller starts her visit to our research group. In the next months she'll be writing her Master Thesis under the joint supervision of Manuel Friedrich (WWU Münster) and Elisa Davoli. Welcome to Vienna!
Today the FWF-GAČR Project on "Large Strain Challenges in Materials Science" starts.
Today the FWF announced the approval of Anastasia Molchanova's Lise Meitner project named "Mappings of Finite Distortion for Nonlinear Solid Mechanics". Congratulations!
Today our OeAD - WTZ Project on "Mathematical Frontiers in Large Strain Continuum Mechanics" in collaboration with Prague officially starts.
Today the OeAD approved the funding of the project "Mathematical Frontiers in Large Strain Continuum Mechanics" in the framework of the WTZ scientific and technological cooperation funding scheme. The aim of this programme is to support the mobility of researchers between Austria and a partner country (the Czech Republic in this case) to carry out joint research projects. The two Project Leaders are Elisa Davoli and Martin Kružík (Institute of Information Theory and Automation, Czech Academy of Sciences).
Elisa Davoli's project "High contrast materials in plasticity and magnetoelasticity" (in the framework of the Elise Richter Programm) has been approved by the FWF.