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Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jörn Mosler

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Institute of Mechanics

Department of Mechanical Engineering

TU Dortmund

Leonhard-Euler-Strasse 5

D-44227 Dortmund

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Curriculum Vitae

since 09/2011

Professor, Institute of Mechanics, Department of Mechanical Engineering, TU Dortmund, Germany
10/2011-06/2016

Senior scientist, Department "Simulation of Solids and Structures", Institute of Materials Research, Materials Mechanics, Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, Germany

04/2008-09/2011 Head of department "Simulation of Solids and Structures", Institute of Materials Research, Materials Mechanics, Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, Germany
05/2008-08/2011
Professor, Computational Mechanics, Institute for Materials Science, Department of Engineering, Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, Germany
04/2007 Habilitation (for Mechanics), Ruhr University Bochum, Germany
02/2007-03/2008 Assistant Professor (Jun.-Prof.), Computational Mechanics, Department of Civil Engineering, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany
11/2005-01/2007 Senior Engineer (Oberingenieur), Institute of Mechanics, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany
11/2004-10/2005

Caltech postdoctoral scholarship and DFG-scholarship, Computational Solid Mechanics Group, Graduate Aeronautical Laboratories, California Institute of Technology, USA

09/2004 Intermediate Diploma in Mathematics, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany
01/2003-11/2004 Postdoctoral Assistant Lecturer, Institute of Mechanics, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany
12/2002 Ph.D. in Engineering (Dr.-Ing.), Ruhr University Bochum, Germany 
10/1998-12/2002 Assistant Lecturer, Institute for Structural Mechanics, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany
10/1994-10/1998 Civil Engineering, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany

Publications



Theses


2007

J. Mosler
On the numerical modeling of localized material failure at finite strains by means of variational mesh adaption and cohesive elements
Habilitation thesis, Ruhr University Bochum, 2007

2002

J. Mosler
Finite Elemente mit sprungstetigen Abbildungen des Verschiebungsfeldes für numerische Analysen lokalisierter Versagenszustände in Tragwerken
Dissertation thesis, Ruhr University Bochum, 2002


Journals


2017

A. Bartels and J. Mosler
Efficient variational constitutive updates for Allen–Cahn-type phase field theory coupled to continuum mechanics
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering,
317, 55-83, 2017

A. Javili, P. Steinmann and J. Mosler
Micro-to-macro transition accounting for general imperfect interfaces
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering,
317, 274-317, 2017

A. Javili, N. Ottosen, M. Ristinmaa and J. Mosler
Aspects of interface elasticity theory
Mathematics and Mechanics of Solids,
108128651769904, 2017

A. Bartels and J. Mosler
On the numerical implementation of thermomechanically coupled distortional hardening International Journal of Plasticity
2017

B. Kiefer, T. Furlan and J. Mosler
A Numerical Convergence Study Regarding Homogenization Assumptions in Phase Field Modeling International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering.
2017

2016

M. Canadija and J. Mosler
A variational formulation for thermomechanically coupled low cycle fatigue at finite strains
International Journal of Solids and Structures,
100-101, 388-398, 2016

N. Ottosen, M. Ristinmaa and J. Mosler
Framework for non-coherent interface models at finite displacement jumps and finite strains
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids,
90, 124-141, 2016

T. Heitbreder, N. Ottosen, M. Ristinmaa and J. Mosler
Consistent elastoplastic cohesive zone model at finite deformations – Variational formulation
International Journal of Solids and Structures,
106-107, 284-293, 2016

2015

N. Ottosen, M. Ristinmaa and J. Mosler
Fundamental physical principles and cohesive zone models at finite displacements – Limitations and possibilities
International Journal of Solids and Structures,
53, 70-79, 2015

A. Bartels, T. Bartel, M. Canadija and J. Mosler
On the thermomechanical coupling in dissipative materials: A variational approach for generalized standard materials
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids,
82, 218-234, 2015

E. Borukhovich, P. Engels, J. Mosler, O. Shchyglo and I. Steinbach
Large deformation framework for phase-field simulations at the mesoscale
Computational Materials Science,
108, 367-373, 2015

2014

J. Mosler, O. Shchyglo and H. Montazer Hojjat
A novel homogenization method for phase field approaches based on partial rank-one relaxation
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids,
68, 251-266, 2014

B. Shi, A. Bartels and J. Mosler
On the thermodynamically consistent modeling of distortional hardening: A novel generalized framework
International Journal of Plasticity,
63, 170-182, 2014

2013

I. Scheider, Y. Chen, A. Hinz, N. Huber and J. Mosler
Size effects in short fibre reinforced composites
Engineering Fracture Mechanics,
100, 17-27, 2013

N. Bleier and J. Mosler
A hybrid variationally consistent homogenization approach based on Ritz's method
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering,
94, 7, 625-647, 2013

B. Shi and J. Mosler
On the macroscopic description of yield surface evolution by means of distortional hardening models: Application to magnesium
International Journal of Plasticity,
44, 1-22, 2013

M. Mekonen, D. Steglich, J. Bohlen, L. Stutz, D. Letzig and J. Mosler
Experimental and numerical investigation of Mg alloy sheet formability
Materials Science and Engineering: A,
586, 204-214, 2013

I. Scheider, T. Xiao, N. Huber and J. Mosler
On the interaction between different size effects in fibre reinforced PMMA: Towards composites with optimised fracture behaviour
Computational Materials Science,
80, 35-42, 2013

2012

N. Bleier and J. Mosler
Efficient variational constitutive updates by means of a novel parameterization of the flow rule
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering,
89, 9, 1120-1143, 2012

M. Homayonifar and J. Mosler
Efficient modeling of microstructure evolution in magnesium by energy minimization
International Journal of Plasticity,
28, 1, 1-20, 2012

S. Khan, O. Kintzel and J. Mosler
Experimental and numerical lifetime assessment of Al 2024 sheet
International Journal of Fatigue,
37, 112-122, 2012

S. Khan, F. Wilde, F. Beckmann and J. Mosler
Low cycle fatigue damage mechanism of the lightweight alloy Al2024
International Journal of Fatigue,
38, 92-99, 2012

M. Mekonen, D. Steglich, J. Bohlen, D. Letzig and J. Mosler
Mechanical characterization and constitutive modeling of Mg alloy sheets
Materials Science and Engineering: A,
540, 174-186, 2012

J. Mosler and M. Homayonifar
Variational constitutive updates for microstructure evolution in hcp metals
GAMM-Mitteilungen,
35, 1, 43-58, 2012

2011

O. Kintzel and J. Mosler
An incremental minimization principle suitable for the analysis of low cycle fatigue in metals: A coupled ductile–brittle damage model
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering,
200, 45-46, 3127-3138, 2011

R. Radulovic, O. Bruhns and J. Mosler
Effective 3D failure simulations by combining the advantages of embedded Strong Discontinuity Approaches and classical interface elements
Engineering Fracture Mechanics,
78, 12, 2470-2485, 2011

A. Arnold, O. Bruhns and J. Mosler
An efficient algorithm for the inverse problem in elasticity imaging by means of variational r-adaption
Phys Med Biol, Physics in Medicine and Biology,
56, 14, 4239-4265, 2011

J. Mosler and I. Scheider
A thermodynamically and variationally consistent class of damage-type cohesive models
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids,
59, 8, 1647-1668, 2011

J. Mosler, L. Stanković and R. Radulović
Efficient modeling of localized material failure by means of a variationally consistent embedded strong discontinuity approach
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering,
88, 10, 1008-1041, 2011

M. Canadija and J. Mosler
On the thermomechanical coupling in finite strain plasticity theory with non-linear kinematic hardening by means of incremental energy minimization
International Journal of Solids and Structures,
48, 7-8, 1120-1129, 2011

M. Homayonifar and J. Mosler
On the coupling of plastic slip and deformation-induced twinning in magnesium: A variationally consistent approach based on energy minimization
International Journal of Plasticity,
27, 7, 983-1003, 2011

2010

O. Kintzel, S. Khan and J. Mosler
A novel isotropic quasi-brittle damage model applied to LCF analyses of Al2024
International Journal of Fatigue,
32, 12, 1948-1959, 2010

J. Mosler
Variationally consistent modeling of finite strain plasticity theory with non-linear kinematic hardening
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering,
199, 45-48, 2753-2764, 2010

A. Arnold, S. Reichling, O. Bruhns and J. Mosler
Efficient computation of the elastography inverse problem by combining variational mesh adaption and a clustering technique
Phys Med Biol, Physics in Medicine and Biology,
55, 7, 2035-2056, 2010

J. Mosler and O. Bruhns
On the implementation of rate-independent standard dissipative solids at finite strain – Variational constitutive updates
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering,
199, 9-12, 417-429, 2010

J. Mosler and O. Bruhns
On the Implementation of Variational Constitutive Updates at Finite Strains
IUTAM Symposium on Variational Concepts with Applications to the Mechanics of Materials,
21, 199-208, 2010

S. Khan, A. Vyshnevskyy and J. Mosler
Low cycle lifetime assessment of Al2024 alloy
International Journal of Fatigue,
32, 8, 1270-1277, 2010

M. Homayonifar and J. Mosler
Characterization of micro-mechanical deformation systems of magnesium based on energy minimization
Technische Mechanik,
30, 1-3, 146-156, 2010

O. Kintzel and J. Mosler
A coupled isotropic elasto-plastic damage model based on incremental minimization principles
Technische Mechanik,
30, 1-3, 177-184, 2010

J. Mosler
On variational updates for non-associative kinematic hardening of Armstrong-Frederick-type
Technische Mechanik,
30, 1-3, 244-251, 2010

2009

J. Mosler and O. Bruhns
Towards variational constitutive updates for non-associative plasticity models at finite strain: Models based on a volumetric-deviatoric split
International Journal of Solids and Structures,
46, 7-8, 1676-1684, 2009

J. Mosler and F. Cirak
A variational formulation for finite deformation wrinkling analysis of inelastic membranes
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering,
198, 27-29, 2087-2098, 2009

J. Mosler and M. Ortiz
An error-estimate-free and remapping-free variational mesh refinement and coarsening method for dissipative solids at finite strains
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering,
77, 3, 437-450, 2009

J. Mosler
A Variationally Consistent Approach for Crack Propagation Based on Configurational Forces
IUTAM Symposium on Progress in the Theory and Numerics of Configurational Mechanics,
17, 239-247, 2009

2008

J. Mosler
A novel variational algorithmic formulation for wrinkling at finite strains based on energy minimization: Application to mesh adaption
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering,
197, 9-12, 1131-1146, 2008

2007

J. Mosler and M. Ortiz
Variational h-adaption in finite deformation elasticity and plasticity
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering,
72, 5, 505-523, 2007

2006

J. Mosler
Modeling strong discontinuities at finite strains—A novel numerical implementation
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering,
195, 33-36, 4396-4419, 2006

J. Mosler and M. Ortiz
On the numerical implementation of variational arbitrary Lagrangian–Eulerian (VALE) formulations
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering,
67, 9, 1272-1289, 2006

2005

J. Mosler
On advanced solution strategies to overcome locking effects in strong discontinuity approaches
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering,
63, 9, 1313-1341, 2005

J. Mosler
A novel algorithmic framework for the numerical implementation of locally embedded strong discontinuities
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering,
194, 45-47, 4731-4757, 2005

J. Mosler
On the efficient implementation of an elastoplastic damage model for large-scale analyses of material failure: a multiscale approach
Computers & Structures,
83, 4-5, 369-382, 2005

J. Mosler
Numerical analyses of discontinuous material bifurcation: strong and weak discontinuities
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering,
194, 9-11, 979-1000, 2005

2004

J. Mosler
On the modeling of highly localized deformations induced by material failure: The strong discontinuity approach
Archives of Computational Methods in Engineering,
11, 4, 389-446, 2004

J. Mosler and G. Meschke
Embedded crack vs. smeared crack models: a comparison of elementwise discontinuous crack path approaches with emphasis on mesh bias
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering,
193, 30-32, 3351-3375, 2004

J. Mosler and O. Bruhns
A 3D anisotropic elastoplastic-damage model using discontinuous displacement fields
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering,
60, 5, 923-948, 2004

2003

J. Mosler and G. Meschke
3D modelling of strong discontinuities in elastoplastic solids: fixed and rotating localization formulations
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering,
57, 11, 1553-1576, 2003