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BAM scientists plan Special Issue on laser-induced periodic nano- and microstructures on surfaces for tribological applications
In the form of laser surface texturing (LST), laser material processing has attracted a remarkable amount of research.
What exactly does the BAM actually do? Around 40 new employees of the Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) went to answer that question and visited BAM.
In early December BAM president Prof Ulrich Panne visited the University of Birmingham. The purpose of the visit was to discuss collaboration opportunities between the two institutions.
Project DELFIN launched: BAM and partners receive €6.7m grant for development of lighter hydrogen tanks
In December 2018, the project partners received a 6.7 million Euro grant from BMVI. The research project aims to develop a lighter and safer hydrogen tank.
Prof. Janina Kneipp wurde von der von der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin mit der Caroline von Humboldt-Professur als forschungsstarke Wissenschaftlerin geehrt.
On 1 January 2019, work will start in the new collaborative research centre "fluorine-specific interactions." The BAM will be working on a project that focuses on fluorinated metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) used in electrocatalysis.
BAM and ITS have extended their MoU for another five years. It provides, among other things, a platform for visiting guests to exchange information on research topics and thus benefit from mutual expertise.
BAM PhD student Anna Raysyan works on a strip test, that allows women to determine themselves if there are medical compounds in their breast milk. With her research, she even made it to the final of the international Falling Walls Lab competition.
Falling Walls Lab Adlershof: Max-Planck-Institute wins with “Breaking the wall of sustainable production”
Great minds, three minutes, one day: 16 young scientists from the Falling Walls Lab presented their research project, ideas and initiatives, all in just three minutes.
Dr. Ulrike Braun and her team from the BAM are working on a fast and robust method that allows the reliable identification and quantification of polymers. The BAM researchers received this year's Mülheim Water Award for this project.