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Martin Nesládek

Photo of Martin Nesládek Employed: FME CTU in Prague (2010-...)
Academia: He finished his Ph.D. thesis ("Phenomenological Models for Fatigue Prediction under Fretting Conditions") in 2016 at the FME CTU in Prague.
Focus: Low- and High-cycle fatigue, Multiaxial fatigue, Fretting, Fatigue in contacts, Thermo-mechanical fatigue

Jan Papuga

Photo of Jan Papuga Employed: FME CTU in Prague (2007-...)
Evektor, spol. s r.o. (2006-...)
Fatigue Analysis RI s.r.o. (2016-2017)
Academia: He finished his Ph.D. thesis in 2006 at the FME CTU in Prague.
Focus: Multiaxial fatigue, fatigue in notches, fatigue computation methods
Other: Developer of PragTic fatigue freeware, chairman of WCFA&PUM meetings, secretary of DTMA 2011 workshop, leader of FABER and FABEST projects (Fatigue Analysis Documentation Office) project (2011-2014)
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Klemens Rother

Photo of Klemens Rother Prof Klemens Rother works at the Hochschule München from 2008. He is the Head of the master course on Computational Engineering. He finished his PhD thesis at the TU Darmstadt on Contribution to the computational fatigue life analysis for multiaxial, non-proportional stress.
Teaching areas: technical mechanics, structural integrity, fatigue strength, lightweight construction, concept development
Research areas: service life of welded joints, use of CAE in the early phase, concept development, efficient calculation methods, innovative approaches for fiber composite structures
ORCID profile: ID 0000-0002-9643-4967

Milan Růžička

Photo of Milan Růžička Employed: FME CTU in Prague (1983-...) - Head of Dept. of Mechanics, Biomechanics and Mechatronics (2015-...)
Academia: He finished his Ph.D. thesis in 1984 at the FME CTU in Prague, habilitation 1999 (Doc.), 2005 (Prof.).
Focus: Fatigue in notches, fatigue of welded structures, composite structures, fatigue in composites, use of optical fibres, structural health monitoring
Other: Secretary of the Czech Society for Mechanics, program director of WCFA&PUM meetings, last update: November 13, 2023

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