Nora Hagmeyer M.Sc.

Nora Hagmeyer M.Sc.
Professur für Computergestützte Simulation im Bauingenieurwesen
Gebäude 41/100, Zimmer 5124
+49 89 6004-4449
nora.hagmeyer@unibw.de

Nora Hagmeyer M.Sc.

 

Education

since 05/2018 Research and Teaching Associate, Institute for Mathematics and Computer-Based Simulation, University of the Bundeswehr Munich
04/2015-12/2017

Master of Science,  Mathematics, Technical University of Munich

Master's thesis: Parameter estimation in outflow boundary conditions for the simulation of blood vessels

10/2015-08/2017

Master of Science, Computational Science and Engineering (CSE), Technical University of Munich

Master's thesis: Developing an auto-tuned manycore enabled finite element solver for the numerical modeling of nanoscale light/matter interaction using BOAST

11/2016-02/2017 Master internship within the CORSE research team, INRIA Grenoble Rhône-Alpes
08/2016-11/2016 Master internship within the NACHOS research team, INRIA Sophia Antipolis Méditerranée
10/2011-03/2015 Bachelor of Science, Mathematics, Technical University of Munich

Research Interests

  • Fluid-Structure Interaction (FSI)
  • Finite Element Methods (FEM)
  • High Performance Computing (HPC)
  • Cardiovascular Modeling
  • Contact Mechanics
  • Multi-scale & mixed-dimensional Modeling

Awards and Scholarships (Selection)

2021 ECCOMAS Scholarship for participation at the WCCM-ECCOMAS virtual congress
2015-2017 thyssenkrupp Steel Europa Master Scholarship
2011-2014 thyssenkrupp Steel Europe Scholarship
2011 GE STAR Award

Publications

Articles in International Journals (with Peer-Review)

  • Bonari, J., Marulli, M.R., Hagmeyer, N., Mayr, M., Popp, A., Paggi, M.: A multi-scale FEM-BEM formulation for contact mechanics between rough surfaces, Computational Mechanics, 65(3):731-749, DOI doi.pngarXiv web-logo.png

Contributions to Conference Proceedings (with Peer-Review)

  • Hagmeyer N, Mayr M, Popp A: Fluid-structure interaction of slender continua with 3-dimensional flow: An embedded finite element approach, In: Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 20(1):e202000244, DOI (Open Access) doi.png
  • Hagmeyer, N., Mayr, M., Popp, A. (2019): A weak Dirichlet-Neumann partitioned algorithm for 1-dimensional structures embedded in a 3-dimensional fluid, In: Proceedings of the 8th GACM Colloquium on Computational Mechanics, T. Gleim, S. Lange (Eds.), Kassel University Press, Germany
  • Bonari, J., Marulli, M.R., Hagmeyer, N., Mayr, M., Popp, A., Paggi, M. (2019): An interface element formulation for frictionless normal contact between rough surfaces, In: Proceedings of the 8th GACM Colloquium on Computational Mechanics, T. Gleim, S. Lange (Eds.), Kassel University Press, Germany

International Conference Contributions

  • Hagmeyer, N.: A Mixed-Dimensional Fluid-Structure Interaction Formulation for Immersed Slender Bodies, ECCOMAS Congress 2020 & 14th WCCM, virtual congress, January 11-15, 2021
  • Hagmeyer, N.: Interaction of Reduced-Dimensional Structures with 3-Dimensional Flow, 5th ECCOMAS Young Investigators Conference (YIC), Krakow, September 01-06, 2019
  • Hagmeyer, N.: A Weak Dirichlet-Neumann Partitioned Algorithm for 1-Dimensional Structures Embedded in a 3-Dimensional Fluid, 8th GACM Colloquium on Computational Mechanics, Kassel, August 28-30, 2019
  • Hagmeyer, N.: Modeling stent-type structures using geometrically exact beam theory, International Symposium Modeling, Simulation and Optimization of the Cardiovascular System (MSCS), Magdeburg, October 22-24, 2018

Teaching

WT19, WT20, WT21 Statistik
HT18, HT19, HT20 Programmieren
FT18, FT19, FT20

Vertiefte Kapitel der Numerik

Supervised Student Theses

  • Henrik Bartsch: Development of a shared-memory parallel solver for contact mechanics of rough surfaces, Student project (2020)
  • Christoph Ritzert: Bestimmung kritischer Zeitschrittweiten in Struktur-Simulationen, Bachelor thesis (2018)