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The Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM) coordinates the European research project MefHySto (Metrology for Advanced Hydrogen Storage Solutions) on the safety of hydrogen.
BAM scientist Dr.-Ing. Anja Waske has been awarded by the German Society for Materials Science e.V. for her activities in the continuous development of content, structure and personnel in the field of materials science and materials engineering.
BAM and DBI Gas- und Umwelttechnik GmbH have agreed on future cooperation in the field of hydrogen technologies.
COVID-19 pandemic causes a sometimes sharp drop in orders for laboratories and certification bodies and drives digitization forward
In June, testing laboratories, inspection, certification and other conformity assessment bodies were interviewed about the economic consequences and the impact on their ability to work.
At the Werner-von-Siemens Centre for Industry and Science (WvSC), the joint research projects "High Temperature Applications" (HTA), "Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul" (MRO) and "Electric Drives" (EA) will begin.
VAMAS interlaboratory comparison on "Surface analysis of oxide nanoparticles" - Call for participation
The call for participation is now open for the interlaboratory comparison on "Surface analysis of oxide nanoparticles" using Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (SIMS) for new standards in ISO/TC 201 and/or TC 229.
New head of the materials testing department: Prof. Dr. Robert Maaß is moving to BAM from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where he will also supervise doctoral students.
BAM has launched a new programme to promote outstanding young scientists. The first junior research group call is online - interested researchers can apply and submit short proposals until May 31.
BAM is specifically promoting the creation and use of Free and Open-Source Software in scientific research as well as all their other delegated tasks. Therefore, BAM President Prof. Dr. Ulrich Panne has signed a declaration.
At the Business Plan Competition Berlin-Brandenburg 2020, BAM start-up CerAMing scored a first place and impressed the jury with their patented 3D printing process for ceramic building components.