Dr Florian Theil
Associate Professor (Reader)
Research Interests: Multiscale systems, analysis, nonlinear partial differential equations
Most relevant recent publications:
Justification of the Cauchy-Born approximation of Elastodynamics (with C. Ortner, Arch. Rat. Mech. Anal 207, issue 3, 1025-1073 (2013)).
A semigroup approach to the justification of kinetic theory (with K. Matthies, SIAM J. Math. Anal 44 4345-4379 (2013)).
Dissipative systems in contact with a heat bath: Application to Andrade creep (jointly with T. Sullivan, M. Koslovski and M. Ortiz, J. Mech. Phys. Solids 57, issue 7, 1058-1077 (2009)).
Energy transport in harmonic lattices via acoustic modes (jointly with L. Harris, J. Lukkarinen and S. Teufel, SIAM J. Math. Anal. 40, No. 4, 1392-1418 (2008)).
Theil F, A proof of crystallization in two dimensions. Comm. Math. Phys.,262, (2006), 209 - 236
Theil F. Conti S. Single-slip elastoplastic microstructures. Arch. Rat. Mech. Anal. 178, (2005), 125 -148
Theil F., Friesecke G, Validity and failure of the Cauchy-Born rule in a two dimensional mass-spring system. J. Nonl. Sci, 12, (2002), 445 - 478
Theil F., Mielke A., Levitas V.T. A variational formulation of rate-independent phase tranformations using an extremum principle. Arch Rat.Mech.Anal, 162, (2002), 137 -177
Royal Society Multiscale Phenomena in Plasticity (07/10/2002 - 08/10/2002)
Royal Society Siam Conference (01/05/2004 - 31/05/2004)
LMS Siam Conference (01/05/2004 - 31/05/2004)
EPSRC Solvent Models (1.10.2005 - 30.9.2006)
For more information and further publications see Florian Theil's homepage