Mgr. Barbora Benešová, Ph.D.

Phone +420 266 053 051 E-mail Room M3110 Department Department D 5 - Ultrasonic Methods Position PostDoc Research area mathematical moedlling of SMA, variational principles, non-linear PDE
Curriculum vitae
2006 - Bachelor in General Physics, Charles University in Prague
2008 - Master in Mathematical and Computational Modelling in Science and Technology, Charles University in Prague
2012 - Ph.D. in  Mathematical and Computational Modelling, Charles University, advised by  prof. Roubíček

Work erxperience:
February 2009 - September 2012   Ph.D. Trainee at IT ASCR
October 2012                                       Postdoc at IT ASCR and Charles University in the center MathMac
November 2012 - now                       Postdoc at IT ASCR (on leave)
                                                               Postdoc at RWTH Aachen, Germany

Sholarships and awards:
2003 -Main prize of the ÖPG (Österreichische physikalische Gesellschaft) and first prize of the ÖGAA (Österreichische Gesellschaft für Astronomie und Astrophysik) for a high-school-leaving science project (Fachbereichsarbeit)
2008 - McKinsey Scholarship
2009 - Bolzanova cena awarded by the recto of Charles university for the master thesis
2011 - Scholarship of the Slovak-czech womensfund

Promotion of Mathematics:
2011 - 2012 President Charles University in Prague Chapter of SIAM

View author's publications in the ASCR database
Selected publications
B. BENEŠOVÁ: Global optimization numerical strategies for rate-independent processes. J. Global Optim. 50 (2011), 197–220.

B. BENEŠOVÁ, M. KRUŽÍK, T. ROUBÍČEK: Thermodynamically-consistent mesoscopic model of the ferro/paramagnetic transition. Zeit. angew. Math. Phys, in print.

B. BENEŠOVÁ, T. ROUBÍČEK: Micro-to-meso scale limit for shape-memory-alloy models with thermal coupling. Multiscale Model. Simul., in print.

P. SEDLÁK, M. FROST, B.BENEŠOVÁ, T. BEN ZINEB, P. ŠITTNER: Thermomechanical model for NiTi-based shape memory alloys including R-phase and material anisotropy under multi-axial loadings, Int. J. Plasticity, in print.
2005/06 - Teaching Assistant  "Continuum mechanics", Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University in Prague
2009/10, 2010/11, 2011/12 - Teaching Assistant "Basics of calculus", Faculty of Electrotechnics, Czech Technical University
2011/2012 Lecturer "Mathematical methods in solid continuum mechanics 2 ", Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University in Prague (jointly with Martin Kružík)

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