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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.
On 31st May, BAM’s PhD students came together for their annual PhD Day. This time it took place at BAM’s location in Berlin-Adlershof. The event is organised by the PhD students and aims to provide a platform for scientific exchange and networking opportunities.
Small and medium-sized enterprises often develop innovative ideas. However, the capacities for their own research and development are limited. BAM therefore supports SMEs in technology transfer projects.
Damaged lithium batteries must be transported under special precautions. Carmakers, transport container developers and hauliers work together to find out how his can happen safely and effectively.
Philipp Kutz of the Tanks for Dangerous Goods and Accident Mechanics Division is researching new materials and their potential uses. He recently received the Young Scientist Award from the Bielefeld Institute for Applied Materials Research (BIfAM) for his master's thesis.
Two BAM researchers won the regional preliminary round of the 2018 FameLab Germany competition for the Berlin/Brandenburg region: Carineh Ghafafian and Carlos Enrique Abad Andrade both qualified for the FameLab Germany final in Bielefeld.
Dr. Kolawole Adisa Olonade of the University of Lagos, Nigeria, together with the German project partner, the Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM), was honoured for special scientific achievements.
The final of the First International Nano Olympiad will take place in Tehran, Iran, at the beginning of April. Maria Heilmann and Zengchao You from BAM and their BfR colleague Tony Bewersdorff will join as a mixed team called "NanoBER".
Safety measures must be taken to minimise the risk of infection when transporting dead boars.
At the beginning of February, parliamentary state secretary Uwe Beckmeyer honoured the 18 best graduates of 2017 who completed their vocational training at the BMWi and its subordinate agencies. Among them are the three best graduates from BAM.