Stanisław Stupkiewicz, professor
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Research interests |
PhD supervision |
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- 1989 - MSc at the Warsaw University of Technology (PW, MEiL)
- 1996 - PhD at IPPT
- 2006 - habilitation at IPPT
- 2011 - full professor (title)
- Archives of Mechanics:
member of the Editorial Committee since 2007, Section Editor since 2011
- The Committee on Mechanics of the Polish Academy of
Sciences (Komitet Mechaniki PAN): member since 2007, Scientific Secretary (2011-2015)
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Selected recent publications:
- J. Korelc and S. Stupkiewicz (2014).
Closed-form matrix exponential and its application
in finite-strain plasticity,
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering,
vol. 98, 960-987.
- S. Stupkiewicz, A. Piccolroaz and D. Bigoni (2015).
Finite-strain formulation and FE implementation
of a constitutive model for powder compaction,
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering,
vol. 283, 856-880.
- I. Temizer and S. Stupkiewicz (2016).
Formulation of the Reynolds equation
on a time-dependent lubrication surface,
Proceedings of the Royal Society A,
vol. 472, 20160032.
- K. Tuma, S. Stupkiewicz and H. Petryk (2016).
Size effects in martensitic microstructures:
finite-strain phase field model versus sharp-interface approach,
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids,
vol. 95, 284-307.
- S. Stupkiewicz and H. Petryk (2016).
A minimal gradient-enhancement
of the classical continuum theory of crystal plasticity. Part II: Size effects,
Archives of Mechanics,
vol. 68, 487-513.
- P. Sadowski, K. Kowalczyk-Gajewska and S. Stupkiewicz (2017).
Consistent treatment and automation of the incremental
Mori-Tanaka scheme for elasto-plastic composites,
vol. 60, 493-511.
- micromechanics of interfaces and interface layers
- multiscale modelling of shape memory alloys
- interfacial energy effects in martensitic transformations
- plasticity: grain refinement, size effects
- computational plasticity
- constitutive modelling of contact phenomena
- multiscale modelling of contact phenomena
- computational contact mechanics
- sensitivity analysis and optimization
- finite element method and symbolic code generation (collaboration with J. Korelc, developer of AceGen/AceFEM)
interfacial energy, size effects
of martensitic transformations
computational contact mechanics
thermal contact conductance
||macroscopic model of pseudoelasticity
in shape memory alloys (SMA)
||gradient crystal plasticity,
indentation size effect
lubrication (soft EHL)
||finite element modelling
of progressive wear
Suggested research topics for PhD students:
- Jakub Lengiewicz (PhD completed in 2009)
- Przemysław Sadowski (PhD completed in 2009)
- Modelling of evolution of martensitic microstructures in shape memory alloys
(more details: in English,
- Multiscale modelling of contact interactions
(more details: in English,
We are continuously looking for good candidates willing to pursue research in the field of multiscale modelling, mechanics of materials, contact mechanics, computational mechanics, etc. We have open positions for:
- post-doctoral researchers,
- Ph.D. students.
See the ongoing call for a postdoc position (phase-field modelling of martensitic microstructures, 10 months, full time):
Interested candidates are encouraged to contact me by email: sstupkie (at) ippt.pan.pl.
Poszukujemy kandydatów do podjęcia:
o pracy naukowej (post-doc / adiunkt),
o studiów doktoranckich,
i prowadzenia badań w zakresie: modelowania wieloskalowego, mechaniki materiałów, mechaniki kontaktu, metod obliczeniowych w mechanice, itp.
Osoby zainteresowane proszę o kontakt: sstupkie (at) ippt.pan.pl.
Last modified: February 1, 2018