Dr.-Ing. Matthias Rambausek

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Institute for Analysis and Scientific Computing
Wiedner Hauptstrasse 8-10
1040 Wien, Austria

Room: DA 03 H22
Email: matthias.rambausek@tuwien.ac.at

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Micro CV

2008 to 2013: BSc and MSc from TU Graz, Master Thesis on variational r-adaptivity at the Institute of Strength of Material
2015 to 2019: PhD student at the University of Stuttgart, Institute of Applied Mechanics, Chair of Material Theory (Prof. Miehe, Prof. Keip); member of the SimTech Cluster of Excellence graduate school
2019 to 2020: Research Engineer at the Ecole Polytechnique (Palaisau, France), Laboratory of Solid Mechanics, Group of Prof. Danas
Feb. 2020: Defense of PhD Thesis on Magneto-Electro-Elasticity across scales at the University of Stuttgart
2020 to 2021: Research Engineer / Post-Doc at the Ecole Polytechnique (Palaisau, France), Laboratory of Solid Mechanics, Group of Prof. Danas
2022 to now: Post-Doc at the TU Wien, Institute of Analysis and Scientific Computing, Group of Prof. Schöberl

Research Interests

  • Numerical multiscale modeling of highly deformable materials, in particular magnetorheological elastomers
  • Computer (FEM) simulations of strongly coupled multiphysics problems

Publications (peer reviewed)

  1. M. Rambausek, D. Mukherjee and K. Danas (2022). "A computational framework for magnetically hard and soft viscoelastic magnetorheological elastomers" Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering CMAME
  2. D. Mukherjee, M. Rambausek and K. Danas (2021). "An explicit dissipative model for isotropic hard magnetorheological elastomers" Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids JMPS (preprint: [1])
  3. M. Rambausek, and K. Danas (2021). "Bifurcation of magnetorheological film-substrate elastomers subjected to biaxial pre-compression and transverse magnetic fields" International Journal of Non-Linear Mechanics IJNLM (preprint [2])
  4. L. T. K. Nguyen, M. Rambausek and M.-A. Keip (2020). "Variational framework for distance-minimizing method in data-driven computational mechanics" Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering CMAME
  5. M. Rambausek, F.S. Göküzüm, L.T.K. Nguyen and M.-A. Keip (2019). "A two-scale FE-FFT approach to nonlinear magneto-elasticity" International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering IJNME
  6. M. Rambausek and M.-A. Keip (2018). "Analytical estimation of non-local deformation-mediated magneto-electric coupling in soft composites" Proceedings of the Royal Society of London A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences RPSA
  7. M.-A. Keip and M. Rambausek (2016). A multiscale approach to the computational characterization of magnetorheological elastomers. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering IJNME

Proceedings and Conference Papers

  1. K. Škardová, M. Rambausek, R. Chabiniok and M. Genet (2019). "Mechanical and Imaging Models-Based Image Registration" In VipIMAGE 2019, edrs. J.M.R.S Tavares and J.R.M. Natal, 77–85. Lecture Notes in Computational Vision and Biomechanics. Springer International Publishing VipImage
  2. L.T.K. Nguyen, M. Rambausek and M.-A. Keip (2018). "A variational framework for distance-minimizing data-driven method for linear elasticity" Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics PAMM
  3. O. Nadgir, M. Rambausek and M.-A. Keip (2018). "Computational homogenization of nematic liquid crystal elastomers based on Landau-de-Gennes theory" Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics PAMM
  4. M. Rambausek and M.-A. Keip (2018). "Strain-mediated magneto-electric coupling in soft composites" Proceedings of the Third Seminar on the Mechanics of Multifunctional Materials SMMM
  5. M. Rambausek and M.-A. Keip (2018). "Magneto-electro-active polymers: material properties and structural effects" Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics PAMM
  6. M. Rambausek and M.-A. Keip (2017)."Micro-and macrostructural magneto-electric coupling in soft composites" In: 7th GACM Colloquium on Computational Mechanics for Young Scientists from Academia and Industry GACM
  7. M. Rambausek, M.-A. Keip and C. Miehe (2016). "A multiscale view on shape effects in the computational characterization of magnetorheological elastomers" Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics PAMM
  8. M.-A. Keip and M. Rambausek (2015). "On the generation of soft magneto-electric effects through Maxwell interactions" Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics PAMM
  9. M. Rambausek (2014). "Advanced Solution Strategies for r-Adaptive Finite Element Analysis" Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics PAMM


Software and Tools

  • Miscellaneous contributions to the open source FEM software Netgen/NGSolve
  • Main developer of the material modeling toolbox materiaux


Teaching in winter term 2022

Modeling of nonlinear coupled field problems lecture and exercise