Glass melting at BAM. The material data are recorded digitally.

Glass melting at BAM. The material data are recorded digitally.

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Designing new materials with optimised properties is key to finding solutions to current and emerging global challenges.

BAM's expertise ranges from materials for the generation and storage of renewable energies to functional building blocks of high-precision sensors, from new raw materials for bio-based polymers and nanocomposites to new structural materials for demanding applications. In synthesis, we rely on green processes and apply recycling-by-design.

We use computational design to gain a fundamental understanding of structure-property relationships and accelerate the discovery of new materials.

We research robotic platforms that enable automated material synthesis and AI-driven property optimisation.

With our application-oriented approach and the direct link to characterisation, the material design activity field is linked to all of BAM's subject areas and offers competent support and specific know-how for material development.

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