Dr. Marcus Rutner
|School: Schaefer School of Engineering & Science|
|Department: Civil, Environmental and Ocean Engineering|
Habilitation, Technical University Munich, 2012
Habilitation Thesis: Load-Carrying Columns Subjected to Impulsive Loading-Protection Technology in High-Speed-Dynamics
Doctorate (Dr.-Ing.) in Civil Engineering, Technical University Munich, 2003
Doctoral thesis: Long-term Tension Stiffening in Composite Bridge Construction
Diploma Engineer (Dipl.-Ing.) in Civil Engineering, Technical University Munich, 1999
- Innovative metal and composite structures
- Lifecycle-oriented technology and design
- Embedded multifunctionality in metal and composite material
- Multiscale material mechanics and damage characterization of metals and composites through computational and experimental mechanics
- Associate Professor, Stevens Institute of Technology, 2013-present
- Senior Research Engineer, Applied Science Department, Weidlinger Associates Inc., New York, 2007-2013
- Postdoctoral Researcher, University of California, Berkeley, Civil & Environmental Engineering Department, 2005-2006
- Doctoral Researcher, Technical University Munich, Germany, Department of Civil Engineering, 2002-2003
- Doctoral Researcher, Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan, Department of Civil Engineering and Urban Design, 2000-2002
Honors & Awards
- German Research Foundation Scholarship (DFG), Postdoc at University of California at Berkeley, 2005-2007
- Excellent Paper Award,7th JGBS (Japanese-German-Bridge Symposium), 2007
- Outstanding Young Engineer Contribution Award, IABSE (International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering), 2006
- Monbusho Scholarship from the Japanese Government, Experimental Research on Long-term Tension Stiffening Effects at Osaka Institute of Technology/Japan, 2000-2002
Grants, Contracts & Funds
- Principal Investigator (PI) of the Phase I STTR Proposal awarded by the Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) to investigate Interlaminar Mode I and II Fracture Toughnesses in Ceramic Matrix Composites (CMCs), N13A-T008, 2013
- Co-PI of the Phase I SBIR Proposal awarded by the US AIR FORCE to investigate Modeling and Simulation of Hybrid Materials/Structures for Sustainment Applications, SBIR AF103-005, 2010
- Rutner, M. (Jun 14, 2012). Load-carrying Columns Subjected to Impulsive Loading - Protection Technology in High-Speed Dynamics, Fischer, O., Habilitation Thesis, Technical University Munich.
- Rutner, M.,Sandler,I., Wright,J. "Structural and Transient Dynamic Response of Fluid Filled Foam", (submitted).
- Woelke, P., Rutner, M., Rans, C., Alderliesten, R. "Fatigue Fracture of Fiber Metal Laminates", (submitted).
- Rutner, M., Paulino, G., Cipolla, J. (Jul 2, 2013). "Innovative Fatigue Life Assessment of Complicated Composite Structures", 12th US National Congress on Computational Mechanics, Raleigh.
- Woelke, P., Rutner, M., Abboud, N., Rans, C., Alderliesten, R. (Apr 2, 2012). "Finite Element Simulation of Fatigue Fracture in Fiber Metal Laminates", Airworthiness 2012, Baltimore.
- Rutner, M., Sandler, I., Wright, J. (Oct 30, 2011). "A Constitutive Model of Fluid Filled Foam Subjected to Transient Dynamic Loading", 82nd Shock and Vibration Symposium (SAVIAC), Baltimore.
- CE 484 Reinforced Concrete Design
- CE 486 Structural Steel Design
- CE 510 Structure Health Monitoring
- CE 518 Advanced Mechanics of Materials
- CE 660 Advanced Steel Structures