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Jun. Prof. Dr. Nina Gunkelmann

Jun. Prof. Dr. Nina Gunkelmann
Professur für Computational Material Sciences/Engineering
Arnold-Sommerfeld-Straße 6,
Raum 310

Telefon: (05323) 72-5214
Telefax: (05323) 72-2203

eMail: nina.gunkelmann@tu-clausthal.de

CV

2007-2012      Studies of physics with minor computer science, University of Kaiserslautern
2011

Erasmus Scholarship, Joseph Fourier University Grenoble

2012 - 2014

Scientific employee (Institute of Multiscale Simulation (Friedrich-Alexander- University Erlangen-Nürnberg)

2014-2015 PhD studies, University of Kaiserslautern (SFB 926 Scholarship)
2016Doctoral degree
2016-2017Post-doctoral position (Institute of  Materials Simulation - Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nürnberg)
2017Post-doctoral position  (Institute of Mechanics and Fluid Dynamics - Freiberg University of Mining and Technology) 
seit 2017 Junior professor for Computational Material Sciences/Engineering at the Clausthal University of Technology (ITM) 

 

Awards  and Membership

since 2011Member, Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft (DPG)
2015Poster prize, Granular Matter in Low Gravity, Erlangen
since 2016Member, Alumni-Vereinigung Physik der Technischen Universität Kaiserslautern.
2017

Highlighted paper, Low-velocity collisions of chondrules: How a thin dust cover helps enhance the sticking probability, Astron. Astrophys. 599:L4

since 2017Member, Gesellschaft für Angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik (GAMM)
Member, Deutscher Hochschulverband
since 2018Member, Clausthaler Förderkreis für Angewandte Mechanik
2020

Adolf Martens Prize for one of the best works in the field of materials science, materials research and testing

 

Research:
  • Molecular dynamics and discrete element simulations of heterogeneous materials (polycrystalline iron, iron alloys, aluminum and aluminum oxides, metallic foams and granular materials) to characterize the material properties under high pressure conditions (e.g. plastic deformation, compaction etc.)
  • Characterization of dislocation structures and plasticity with multiscale methods

publications

publications can be found here

 

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