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CRC 1232 "From colored states to evolutionary structural materials "

  • From coloured states...

    Whether it is the energy revolution or mobility: the demands on metallic materials of the future are growing, and their development is now playing a key role. It is fundamental to adapt the properties of the materials accordingly to the specific requirements. The selection of the most suitable alloy compositions and the adjustment of the corresponding crystals open up complex and diverse search spaces.

  • ...to evolutionary structural materials

    On the basis of new methods for forming, coloring and characterizing microscopic material samples, sample logistics as well as mathematical and computer methods for the analysis of large amounts of data, a novel high-throughput method is being developed in the CRC 1232. This will accelerate the development of new construction materials.

Christina Plump
© SFB 1232 / Claudia Sobich

Christina Plump and the work with the data

In our new movie about our graduates, Christina Plump takes the leading role. Between computer visualizations and the search for coherent data she gives us the opportunity to get to know her and her subproject better.

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Mapping der Forschungsergebnisse
© SFB 1232 / Heike Sonnenberg

On the way from descriptor to material property

The characteristic values, so-called descriptors, extracted from the micro-samples in the short-term characterization methods of the CRC are to be mapped to material properties. Heike Sonnenberg has now been able to demonstrate the first indications of correlations and has published her findings.

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Mareike Picklum und Ingmar Bösing forschen im SFB "Farbige Zustände"
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Insights into the lives of our researchers

Mareike Picklum and Ingmar Bösing are the focus of the two new films from our series "Im Profil". They take us into their world of materials research. On the agenda: Making artificial intelligence even more intelligent and characterizing materials.

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Project leaders of CRC 1232 are among the most influential scientists

The 2,000 most influential scientists worldwide in over 20 categories are chosen by the renowned Tsinghua University in China. This time, Rolf Drechsler and Michael Beetz - project leaders in subproject P01 are among them.

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Hightech in der Universität Bremen: Beim Laser-Auftragschweißen werden im 3D-Druckverfahren metallische Teile und Strukturen hergestellt. Hightech in der Universität Bremen: Beim Laser-Auftragschweißen werden im 3D-Druckverfahren metallische Teile und Strukturen hergestellt
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Additive Manuafacturing: New high-tech facility for materials science in Bremen

The MAPEX Center for Materials and Processes at the University of Bremen has raised a total of 2.2 million euros from the German Research Foundation (DFG) to build a new high-tech facility. The new facility will also be integrated into the basic research of the CRC 1232 in the future.

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Arne Thomann (links) und Ilya Bobrob
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About Arne Thomann und Ilya Bobrov

We continue with our film series "Im Profil": Arne Thomann and Ilya Bobrov are the focus of the two new films and introduce their different fields of work. One of them cuts and listens carefully, the other x-rays and looks closely.

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Deskriptoren in der Übersicht
© SFB 1232 / Nicole Wielki

Joint paper from CRC members published

As an outcome of the working group "Descriptor Determination", coordinated by Dr.-Ing. Matthias Steinbacher, the Collaborative Research Center 1232 has published a large-scale joint publication in the renowned journal "High-Throughput" (MDPI).

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Malin Kähnlein
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Basic scientific research in Master's Thesis

Very close to the research topics of the SFB "Coloured States" is Malin Kähnlein's master's thesis, which was awarded a grade of 1.0. She has set out to find an alternative to the previous methods of alloy finding for additive manufacturing.

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