STAMM 2024

Invited Speakers

Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Applied Mechanics


Uppsala Universitet



Thermodynamic  modeling of curing polymers

Department of Mathematics
Chair of Applied Mathematics


Fau, Erlangen-Nürnberg



Variational models with Eulerian-Lagrangian formulation allowing for material failure

Mathematik und Naturwisschenschaften


Universität Kassel



Global solutions and non-trivial long-time behaviour for fluid-elastic interaction with small data

Department of Civil, Environmental, Land, Building Engineering and Chemistry


Politecnico di Bari



Exploring the impact of thermal fluctuations on models of adhesion

Mechanics and Materials Unit


Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology



Isometric and isoenergetic everting motions of elastic binormal scrolls with closed midlines

 Departement of Mathematics,

Faculty of Civil Engineering


Czech Technical University Prague

Czech Republic


A model for lime consolidation of porous solids

Research Group: Partial Differential Equations


WIAS Berlin



Non-Equilibrium Steady States for port gradient systems

Department D 2 - Thermodynamics


Czech Academy of Sciences



Thermomechanical models for finitely-strained viscoelastic solids and related mathematical aspects

Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Applied Mechanics


Free University Berlin



Analysis of a model for viso-elastoplastic two-phase flows in geodynamics

Speakers with contributed talks

Dipartimento di Matematica e Applicazioni


University of Naples



Mathematical analysis of models for ferronematics in two dimensions

Research group:

Thermodynamic Modeling and Analysis of Phase Transitions


Weierstrass Institute for Applied Analysis and Stochastics



Mathematical modeling of cell-hydrogel interactions

Facoltà di Scienze Matematiche

Fisichee e Naturali


Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore



On the modeling of activation in anisotropic biological materials

Faculty of Mathematics
Institute for Applied and Numerical Mathematics


Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)



Dynamic phase-field fracture for elastic waves