Dr. Danilo Karličić

Dr. Danilo Karličić

Danilo Karličić. Photo: Claus Völker
Dr. Danilo Karličić. Photo: Claus Völker


Age: 31

Area of research: from Structural dynamics and Nonlocal elasticity to Nonlinear oscillations and MEMS / NEMS.

Name of my Research Institute: Department of Mechanics, Mathematical Institute of SASA, Kneza Mihaila 36, 11001 Belgrade, Serbia

Research period at the TU Darmstadt: Dezember 2017 to November 2019

Questionnaire to the Research Fellow

My research interests include…

broad aspects of mathematical modelling of dynamic behavior of simple and complex mechanical systems on different scales. Current research is related to modelling of Micro/Nano Energy Harvesting devices in order to design of new class of Energy-Harvesters based on conversion of mechanical energy from different environmental conditions into the electrical energy utilizing the piezoelectric effect. The aim of this research is to improve self-powering capabilities of sensor or actuator devices and exclude energy storage components.

My greatest success in the previous research…

includes successful development of novel models of complex multiple micro/nanostructures based systems that accounts size effects and investigation of their dynamic behavior. Parts of this research were presented in the book “Non-Local Structural Mechanics” published by ISTE – Wiley.

Danilo Karličić with his host Professor Dr. Peter Hagedorn. Photo: Claus Völker
Dr. Danilo Karličić with his host Professor Dr. Peter Hagedorn. Photo: Claus Völker

I’ve chosen the TU Darmstadt because of…

TU Darmstadt is the one of the best Technical Universities in Europe with world leading researchers in different engineering fields. Also, my supervisor at TU Darmstadt, Professor Peter Hagedorn, is one of the most influenced and world-leading professors in the subject of nonlinear vibration and structural dynamics.

Questionnaire for the host

Prof. Dr. Peter Hagedorn. Photo: Claus Völker
Prof. Dr. Peter Hagedorn. Photo: Claus Völker

Guest of: Prof. Dr. Dr. h. c. Peter Hagedorn

Department: Mechanical Engineering

Our guest favorably impressed us… by his vast field of interest and his open minded approach in tackling new problems.

Our team and the TU Darmstadt benefit from… his mental agility, his pleasant character in dealing with all the members of the group and his willingness to immerse himself in our research projects.