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Diplom Ingenieur (M.Sc.) 1990, TU Munich
Docteur-Ingenieur (Ph.D.) 1994, ENPC, Paris
Habilitation 1998, ENS de Cachan
Professor Ulm’s research interests are in the mechanics and structures of materials. His research group is looking at the nano- and micro mechanics of porous materials, such as concrete, rocks and bones; in the durability mechanics of engineering materials and structures; in computational mechanics; and in the bio-chemo-poromechanics of high-performance composite materials.
1.050: Engineering Mechanics I
1.033/1.57: Continuum Mechanics, Mechanics of Material Systems
1.570: Durability Mechanics, Micromechanics, Poromechanics, Chemomechanics
Constantinides, G., and Ulm, F.-J. (2007). `The nanogranular nature of C-S-H.’ Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, 55 (1), 64–90.
DeJong, M.J. and Ulm, F.-J. (2007). `The nanogranular behavior of C-S-H at elevated temperatures (up to 700C)’, Cem. Concr. Res., 37 (1), 1–12.
Ulm, F.-J. and Abousleiman, Y. (2006). `The nanogranular nature of shales.’ Acta Geotechnica, 1 (3), 77–88.
Tai, K., Ulm, F.-J., Ortiz, C. (2006). `Nanogranular origins of the strength of bone.’ Nanoletters 6 (11), 2520–2525.