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The BAM signed a cooperation agreement with Korea Gas Safety Corporation (KGS) last week. The agreement is related to a new research project on safe hydrogen technologies.
Next generation of civil engineers and architects are invited to raise the awareness of the challenges and alertness about innovative and sustainable technologies at the ISEE conference in Nairobi - organised by BAM and several partners.
Students from the Departments of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering from the University of Florida spent a day at BAM with exclusive views into materials technology and the future of welding.
At the 14th Quantitative Infrared Thermography (QIRT) conference the prize for the best scientific contribution was awarded to the Austrian-German collaboration of RECENDT, BAM and FHOÖ.
For half a century the Research Association for Steel Application (FOSTA) has been committed to steel reserach for industry and society. On the occasion of this anniversary BAM and BMWi underline the importance of FOSTA's work.
At the Ausbildungs-Allianz-Adlershof training event, which took place in Berlin Adlershof on 19 June 2018, BAM gave a hands-on experience to 160 pupils from the ninth to the thirteenth classes as a potential employer and explained the available apprenticeships.
The IAPRI Lifetime Achievement Award was presented to Dr. Thomas Goedecke at the 21st World Conference on Packaging in Zhuhai, China. Dr. Goedecke receives the award for his outstanding contribution to packaging research.
BAM Ph.D. student Daniel Dittmann received the Nachwuchspreis der Fachzeitschrift „wwt wasserwirtschaft und wassertechnik“ (Young Scientist Prize of the Water Management and Water Technology Journal) in the master‘s thesis category.
BAM and DGZfP’s international conference provides information on the latest research in thermography
BAM together with the DGZfP would like to extend an invitation to the Quantitative InfraRed Thermography (QIRT) Conference in Berlin.
BAM`s focus topic for the 2018 Long Night of the Sciences was ‘Invisible phenomena’. Scientists gave the large number of visitors an insight into their research work at the Adlershof site.