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At the 2nd Conference of the German Association for Materials Research and Testing (DVM) on additive manufacturing Tobias Thiede from the Micro Non-Destructive Testing Division received a DVM junior prize for his work at the BER II neutron reactor.
Within the framework of its legal mandate, BAM coordinates the effective and efficient implementation of international standards, technical cooperation with emerging and developing countries and promotes the exchange of knowledge.
Spectroscopy experts from industry and research attended this years Colloquium Optical Spectrometry (COSP) at BAM to discuss current measurement techniques and applications.
It starts once again in a few days’ time: the sale of New Year's Eve fireworks. BAM provided information at its press conference on the safe use of rockets, bangers etc. What do you have to look for?
The Association of Materials Testing Institutions, VMPA (Verband der Materialprüfungsanstalten e. V.) aims to promote and reward the commitment of young engineers and scientists. Therefore it announces a young talent award.
The magic word is casein: Two Hamburg secondary school students carrying out experiments within the Jugend forscht initiative to find the optimum composition of plastics based on milk. The goal is to produce a more sustainable and degradable product than conventional plastics. How does this work?
It is a bit like chess: Dr. Stefan Pogatscher wants to investigate the movement of atoms in metals using new, innovative methods. For his research he was awarded with the Adolf Martens Prize.
Former Ph.D. students from the Welding Technology Division meet every tree years at BAM to to speak about their personal experiences and career paths after their Ph.D. course.
Last week, a Chinese delegation from the China Aero-Polytechnology Establishment (AVIC) visited BAM’s Adlershof branch. The talks focused on Industry 4.0, research cooperation and quality assurance.
Africas building sector is growing. Dr. Wolfram Schmidt and his team from BAM’s Technology of Construction Materials Division support African scientists in their research into sustainable concrete.