Multi-Axial Material Testing

Dr.-Ing.

Tobias Donhauser

Postdoc Crash & Energy Absorption

Special expertise:
Mechanical characterization of fiber polymer composites, modeling of the material behavior of fiber polymer composites for component calculation, moisture conditioning of plastics
Room: 58/246

Stefan Gabriel

Technical Staff Crash & Energy Absorption

Special expertise:
Crash and energy absorption, dynamic material testing, sample preparation, development and design of test setups
Room: 58/233

Dr.

Barbara Güttler

Manager Material Analytics

Special expertise:
Biocomposites, carbon fiber recycling, material analysis, method development, bioeconomics
Room: 58/332

Prof. Dr.-Ing.

Joachim Hausmann

Research Director Component Development & Manager Fatigue & Life Time Prediction

Special expertise:
Method development for realistic and efficient material and component testing under consideration of environmental influences (temperature, humidity, media)
Room: 58/584

Dr.-Ing.

Nicole Motsch-Eichmann

Manager Design of Composite Structures

Special expertise:
Design development and construction of fiber composite structures, finite element calculation (static), development of load introduction areas, experimental testing of components and parts, topology and shape optimization
Room: 58/234

Dr.-Ing.

Sebastian Schmeer

Deputy Research Director Component Development & Manager Crash & Energy Absorption

Special expertise:
Mechanical characterisation of materials, components and joints (strain rate & temperature varying), DIN/ISO standardisation, material behaviour under multi-axiality (tension/compression and torsion), FEM simulation (mechanical), material model parameterisation, validation of FE simulation models by experimental investigations, structural integrity, metal-fibre composites
Room: 58/239

Dipl.-Ing. (FH)

Ralph Schneider

Laboratory Engineer Fatigue & Life Time Prediction

Special expertise:
Destructive component and material testing, crash testing, hydraulic test engineering, development of test setups and test procedures
Room: 58/237