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Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dominik Schillinger

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dominik Schillinger
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Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dominik Schillinger
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Appelstraße 9a
30167 Hannover
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Room
808

Dominik completed his doctoral degree at TUM in 2012. After postdoctoral training at UT Austin and serving on the faculty of the University of Minnesota, he moved to the Leibniz University Hannover in 2019. His recent research focuses on inelastic microstructure optimization of hierarchical materials, variational multiscale finite element methods for compressible turbulent flows with shocks, and coupled multiphysics modelling of active biological systems, with various applications such as breeding lodging resistant crops, aeroelastic analysis of lightweight structures, and predicting cancer growth in the human liver.

During his academic career, his work at the interface between computational mechanics, applied mathematics and scientific computing has received numerous awards, including the IACM John Argyris Award, the GAMM Richard von Mises Prize, the ICE Zienkiewicz Medal, the NSF CAREER Award, a DFG Emmy Noether grant, an ERC Starting Grant, the EMI Leonardo da Vinci Award, and the PECASE from the White House. More details on Dominik’s published work can be found on his Google Scholar and Scopus profiles.