Dantong Wang
PhD candidate

Phone: +49 89 3187-49387
Building/Room: 58a / 002


Short CV

I studied Vehicle Engineering at Tongji University and Dalian University of Technology, China, with one year abroad in TU Clausthal, Germany. I mainly worked on parameter estimation for metal material during my master study and found that it is also widely used in the biological field, which I found very exciting and more challenging. Therefore, after obtaining my M. Eng. in 2017, I started as a PhD student at the Institute of Computational Biology.

Current research


  • Sigma-point method
  • Parameter estimation for mixed effects models




  1. Liang Ying; Dantong Wang; Wenquan Liu; Yi Wu; Ping Hu. On the numerical implementation of a shear modified GTN damage model and its application to small punch test. International Journal of Material Forming, 11, 527-539 (2018)

  3. Liu Wenquan; Ying Liang; Wang Dantong; Lu Kexin; Hu Ping. Investigation of Mesoscopic Damage Evolution Mechanism of High Strength Steel in Hot Stamping Process. Journal of Mechanical Engineering, 7, 31-39 (2016)

  5. Ying Liang; Liu Wenquan; Wang Dantong; Hu Ping; Wang Qi. Experimental and Simulation of Damage Evolution Behavior for 7075-T6 Aluminum Alloy in Warm Forming, 7, 1383-1390 (2016)

  7. Hu Ping; Liu Wenquan; Ying Liang; Wang Dantong. Effect of Material Damage on Thermal Forming Limit Prediction for Hot Stamping, ICHSU (International Conference on Advanced High Strength Steel and Press Hardening) Conference (2016)

  9. Ying Liang; Liu Wenquan; Wang Dantong, and others. Ductile Failure Analysis of High Strength Steel in Hot Forming based on Micromechanical Damage Model, MATEC Web of Conference (2016)

  11. Hu Ping; Liu Wenquan; Ying Liang; Wang Dantong. Experiment and Simulation Prediction of Transient FLD for Hot Forming based on M-K Model, IDDRG (International Deep Drawing Research Group) Conference (2015)

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