Tentative title: Computational Models as Core of the Digital Twin of the Vehicle-Tire-Road System
Director of the Institute for Structural Analysis at Technische Universität Dresden.
Michael Kaliske was born in Hamburg, Germany. He graduated from University of Hannover and Swansea University. He was working as research fellow at the Institute for Structural Analysis (University of Hannover) 1991-1999. He got his Ph.D. in 1995 and Habilitation in 1999. Subsequently, he joined Continental and was Head of the Mechanics and Simulation Development Department until 2002. In 2002, he was awarded the Chair of Structural Mechanics at University of Leipzig (2002- 2008). Since 2006, he is Director of the Institute for Structural Analysis at Technische Universität Dresden.
Further responsibilities are Secretary of the “International Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics” (GAMM) since 2009, President of the “German Association of Computational Mechanics” (GACM) 2017-2020 and Vice-President of the “International Association for Computational Mechanics” (IACM) since 2022, among others.
Michael Kaliske is interested in modelling and simulation of structural behaviour at different length scales as well as its multi-physical characteristics.