Graz University of Technology
Institute of Biomechanics
8010 Graz, Austria
Phone (overseas): ++43-316-873-35504
Fax (overseas): ++43-316-873-35502
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||M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering (Individualstudium), Graz University of Technology, Austria
|10/07 – 7/11:
||B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering, Graz University of Technology, Austria
||Graduation certificate from BG/BRG Pestalozzi Graz
||Assistant at the Institute of Biomechanics, Graz University of Technology, Austria
|7/14 – 6/20:
||Assistant Lecturer at the Institute of Applied Mechanics (CE), Chair of Materials Theory, University of Stuttgart, Germany
|3/10 – 7/13:
||Teaching assistant at different institutes of Graz University of Technology, Austria
Aspects of finite element formulations for the coupled problem of poroelasticity based on a canonical minimization principle.
Computational Mechanics, 64:685–716, 2019.
Phase-field modeling of ductile fracture at finite strains: A robust variational-based numerical implementation of a gradient-extended theory by micromorphic regularization.
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 111:816–863, 2017.
Phase field modeling of fracture in anisotropic brittle solids.
International Journal of Non-Linear Mechanics, 97:1–21, 2017.
Phase field modeling of fracture in porous plasticity: A variational gradient-extended Eulerian framework for the macroscopic analysis of ductile failure.
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 312:3–50, 2016.
Phase-field modelling of ductile fracture: a variational gradient-extended plasticity-damage theory and its micromorphic regularization.
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, 374:20150170, 2016.
Homogenization and multiscale stability analysis in finite magneto-electro-elasticity. Application to soft matter EE, ME and MEE composites.
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 300: 294–346, 2016.
Homogenization and multiscale stability analysis in finite magneto‐electro‐elasticity.
GAMM‐Mitteilungen, 38:313–343, 2015.
Minimization principles for the coupled problem of Darcy–Biot-type fluid transport in porous media linked to phase field modeling of fracture.
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, 82:186–217, 2015.
Linear shape oscillations and polymeric time scales of viscoelastic drops.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 733:504–527, 2013.
Stephan Teichtmeister was born in Graz, Austria in 1989. After graduation from high school, he did his Bachelor’s and Master’s studies in Mechanical Engineering at Graz University of Technology where he specialized in solid as well as fluid mechanics. In 2014 he started his Ph.D. at the Institute of Applied Mechanics (CE), Chair of Materials Theory of the University of Stuttgart and he was working as an assistant lecturer. Recently Stephan Teichtmeister submitted his Ph.D. Thesis and he will defend in Summer 2020. His research interests are related to the fields of material theory and computational mechanics with a strong focus on the mathematical description of smooth as well as nonsmooth dissipative processes in solids undergoing large deformations. It includes models of viscoelasticity, plasticity, damage and fracture. He will continue his research as a postdoc at the Institute of Biomechanics and will work on microstructure-based constitutive modeling of soft biological tissues.