Amadeus Gebauer, M.Sc.


Research Interests

  • Cardiac mechanics modeling
    Growth- and remodeling of cardiac tissue; Cardiac active tissue mechanics
  • Medical image processing
  • Parallel and high performance computing
  • Software development


Supervised Student Projects

  • Computational Modeling of the Frank-Starling Mechanism in Cardiac Active Tissue Mechanics, Katharina Plöckl, Term-Paper, 2019.
  • Continuum-Mechanical Modeling of the Human Shoulder with a Focus on the Constitutive Description of Skeletal Muscle, Laura Engelhardt, Master's Thesis, 2020. In cooperation with Maximilian Grill
  • Developing a Framework for Harminic Lifting of Fibers on Patient Specific Artery Geometries, Luisa Heimlinger, MSE Research Internship, 2021. In cooperation with Janina Datz.
  • Comparison of Closed-Loop Windkessel Models for Hemodynamics in Cardiac Mechanics Simulations, Maximilian Geisler, Bachelor's Thesis, 2021.
  • Assigning Myocardial Fiber Orientation using Harmonic Lifting and Quaternion Slerp, Maude Furmann, Term-Paper, 2021.


Articles in Peer-Reviewed International Journals

  • Brandstaeter S, Gizzi A, Fuchs SL, Gebauer AM, Aydin RC, Cyron CJ. (2018) Computational model of gastric motility with active-strain electromechanics. Z Angew Math Mech. 1-21. (DOI: 10.1002/zamm.201800166)

International Conference Contributions:

  • Gebauer AM, Pfaller MR, Braeu FA, Wall WA. (2021) Homogenized Constrained Mixture Model for Predicting Cardiac Growth and Remodeling. Modelling the Cardiac Function. (Youtube)


  • Since 2019 Research Associate at the Institute for Computational Mechanics (Lehrstuhl für Numerische Mechanik), Technische Universität München, Germany
  • 2019 Master of Science (M.Sc.), Mechanical Engineering, Technische Universität München, Germany