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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.
The BAM Report 2019 presents highlights of BAM’s multifaceted work and expertise in the five topics of energy, infrastructure, environment, material and analytical sciences.
BAM has teamed up with the Diamond Light Source to bring you an ongoing series of online lectures. The lectures focus on early career researchers in materials science using scattering and diffraction techniques as part of their research.
Due to the current situation, a number of events will be cancelled at BAM.
Engineers involved in waterways and shipping administration as well as companies in the lock, weir and bridge construction sectors visited BAM during the 2020 Hydraulic Steelwork Conference.
The Guided Waves for Structural Health Monitoring (GW4SHM) project brings together 20 partners from academia and industry across Europe to train a new generation of researchers in all aspects of structural health monitoring (SHM).
Together with international partners BAM performed an experimental study of londsdaleite-rich diamond crystals from the Popigai crater. The results have now been published by the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF) as "Highlight 2019".
The delegation visited BAM to exchange on different aspects such as safety, production, transport, storage and forms of application of hydrogen.