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DI DDr. Herbert MANG Director of the Institute for Strength of Materials of Vienna University of Technology, Member of the Science Council of the Federal Government of Austria, Vice President of the International Association for Computational Mechanics


1967: Dipl.-Ing. (Civil Engineering), Vienna University of Technology
1970 Dr. techn.,Vienna University of Technology
1974 Ph.D. (Major: Structural Engineering, Minor: Mathematics), Texas Technological University
1977 Habilitation, Vienna University of Technology
1983 Full Professor (Strength of Materials), Vienna University of Technology
1991-1994 Chairman (Dean), Department (Faculty) of Civil Engineering, Vienna University of Technology
1994-1995 Vice President (Prorector), Vienna University of Technology
1995-2003 Secretary General, Austrian Academy of Sciences
since 2003 President of the Austrian Academy of Sciences


Foreign Associate of the U.S. National Academy of Engineering, Washington, D.C.
Full Member of the Austrian Academy of Sciences
Foreign Member of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw
Corresponding Member of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts


Mang, H.A.; Floegl, H.; Trappel, F.; Walter, H.: Wind-Loaded Reinforced Concrete Cooling Towers: Buckling or Ultimate Load? Engineering Structures 5 (1983), pp. 153-180
Mang, H.A.; Lackner, R.; Meschke, G.; Mosler, J.: Computational Modeling of Concrete Structures. Comprehensive Structural Integrity (eds. B. Karihaloo, R. O. Ritchie; I. Milne), Volume III (eds. R. de Borst, H.A. Mang), pp. 541-605, Elsevier, Oxford, 2003
Lackner, R.; Pichler, Ch.; Mang, H.A.: Thermochemomechanics of Cement-based Materials at Finer Scales of Observation. Application to Hybrid Analyses of Shotcrete Tunnel Linings, Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Multiphysics and Multi-scale Computer Models in Nonlinear Analysis and Optimal Design of Engineering Structures under Extreme Conditions, Bled, Slovenia, June 13-17, 2004, eds. A. Ibrahimbegovic, B. Brank, pp 170-199
Mang, H.A.; Schranz, Ch.; Mackenzie-Helnwein, P.: Conversion from Imperfection-Sensitive into Imperfection-Insensitive Elastic Structures I: Theary. Submitted for publication in Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering.


Dr.h.c. of the University of Innsbruck, of Cracow University of Technology, and of the National Technical University of Ukraine (Kyiv Polytechnic Institute)
Wilhelm Exner-Medal
IACM Award of the International Association for Computational Mechanics
International Prize of the Slovak Academy of Sciences