Ing. Jiří Dobiáš, CSc.

Department:  Department D 4 - Impact and Waves in Solids
Phone: +420 266 053 973
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Publons (ResearcherID): G-6832-2014

Curriculum Vitae


2002            Study visit at The University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh Parallel Computing Centre, UK;

1997             Class Contact Problems, International Centre for Mechanical Sciences, Udine, Italy;

1986-1989   Classes on numerical methods, Charles University, Prague, Depatrment of numerical mathematics;

1974-1979   PhD thesis, Czech Technical University, Prague, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering;

1966-1971    Czech Technical University, Prague, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering.


1993 up to now Institute of Thermomechanics, Czech Academy of Sciences;

1992 - 1994       Private engineering company P&D, Ltd., Prague;

1980 - 1992       National Research Institute for Machine Design, Prague;

1971 - 1980        IRAPA, Research & Development Institute of Pulp & Paper Industry, Prague.


Research Focus

1) Development of finite element software: (i) PMD (Package for Machine Design), the in-house package of IT; (ii) PERMAS, the package of INTES GmbH company, Stuttgart, Germany;

2) Contribution to the finite element theory: development of new finite elements in the field of heat transfer;

3) Analyses and computations of many projects for the power, aircraft, automotive, and chemical industries both in the Czech Republic and abroad;

4) Development of algorithms for numerical solutions to non-linear problems of mechanics of continuum with special interest in the contact/impact.


Scientific Societies

Member of the Czech Society for Mechanics; secretary of this society and editor-in-chief of its Bulletin, 1998 to 2016.


2008–2012GA101/08/0574Solution to very complex contact problems with other non-linearities by modern mathematical methods
2005–2007GA101/05/0423Finite element analysis and solution to multiple non-linear problems in mechanics of solids
2002–2004GA101/02/0072Analysis and solution of selected nonlinear problems of elasticity by the finite element method