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Delegation visits

Guests from the Centre for Advanced Materials (ZHM)

  • Visit of the Centre for Advanced Materials

    Institute

  • Visit of the Centre for Advanced Materials

    Institute

  • Visit of the Centre for Advanced Materials

    Institute

  • Visit of the Centre for Advanced Materials

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  • Visit of the Centre for Advanced Materials

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A delegation of scientists from the Centre for Advanced Materials around their director Norbert Huber visited MAPEX in September. They were offered an ambitions campus tour visiting ten different MAPEX areas including the four non-university research institutes. The guests were impressed by the collaborative spirit within MAPEX as well as by the passion and motivation of the individual scientists presenting their research. The Centre for Advanced Materials sustains the collaboration within the collaborative research centre 986 between the Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH) and the Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht (HZG) in the field of materials science in an institutional setting.

 

MAPEX at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht (HZG)

  • Visit at the HZG

    Delegation

  • Visit at the HZG

    MAPEX Principal Investigators (Lutz Mädler, Andreas Lüttge)

  • Visit at the HZG

    Delegation

  • Visit at the HZG

    Delegation

  • Visit at the HZG

    Delegation

  • Visit at the HZG

    Delegation

  • Visit at the HZG

    Delegation

  • Visit at the HZG

    Delegation

  • Visit at the HZG

    MAPEX Principal Investigators Lucio Colombi Ciacchi together with the science manager Hanna Lührs

In June, a delegation of MAPEX Principal Investigators (Lutz Mädler, Andreas Lüttge, Jens Falta, Hans-Werner Zoch, Lucio Colombi Ciacchi) together with the science manager Hanna Lührs visited the Centre for Materials and Costal Research. During their visit, the HZG scientists introduced them to their most recent research topics: materials for hydrogen technology, corrosion protection coatings, laser shock peening, tailored polymers for membrane-based separation, experimental mechanics of lightweight materials, and biocompatibility of biomedical implants. Finally, the scientists from Geesthacht and Bremen discussed possible synergies and starting points for new cooperation. “There are a lot of direct connections between the research in Bremen and at the HZG” stated Wolfgang Kaysser, scientific director of the HZG.

See also the press release of the HZG.

Group of elderly students from Bremen and Bielefeld visiting the LFM

  • Elderly students visiting the LFM

    Laboratory for Precision Machining (Labor für Mikrozerspanung, LFM)

  • Elderly students visiting the LFM

    Laboratory for Precision Machining (Labor für Mikrozerspanung, LFM)

  • Elderly students visiting the LFM

    Laboratory for Precision Machining (Labor für Mikrozerspanung, LFM)

  • Elderly students visiting the LFM

    Laboratory for Precision Machining (Labor für Mikrozerspanung, LFM)

  • Elderly students visiting the LFM

    Laboratory for Precision Machining (Labor für Mikrozerspanung, LFM)

  • Elderly students visiting the LFM

    Laboratory for Precision Machining (Labor für Mikrozerspanung, LFM)

  • Elderly students visiting the LFM

    Laboratory for Precision Machining (Labor für Mikrozerspanung, LFM)

For a delegation of elderly students from Bielefeld the visit of the Laboratory for Precision Machining (Labor für Mikrozerspanung, LFM) was one of the highlights during their meeting with the representatives of the elderly students from the University of Bremen. On 27th October 2016, MAPEX Early Career Investigator Lars Schönemann took our guests on an intriguing tour into the world of ultra-precision machining. The visitors were impressed by the insights into the manufacturing of complex optical elements and precision mechanical parts, which often play a key role in diverse technological fields ranging from medical engineering to astronomy. After all questions of the interested audience were answered, Lars Schönemann received a full applause and a small thank-you gift.

 

How to build an airplane out of plastic?

  • MOM meets MAPEX

    6 March 2016

  • MOM meets MAPEX

    6 March 2016

  • MOM meets MAPEX

    6 March 2016

  • MOM meets MAPEX

    6 March 2016

  • MOM meets MAPEX

    6 March 2016

  • MOM meets MAPEX

    6 March 2016

  • MOM meets MAPEX

    6 March 2016

  • MOM meets MAPEX

    6 March 2016

  • MOM meets MAPEX

    6 March 2016

  • MOM meets MAPEX

    6 March 2016

  • MOM meets MAPEX

    6 March 2016

  • MOM meets MAPEX

    The five visited MAPEX institutions of the MOM visitors.

60 pupils between 14 and 16 years from Ireland, Italy, Portugal, and Germany visited MAPEX on March 9th 2016. Their schools are taking part in the Erasmus-plus-program "Matters of Matter - Future Materials in Science Education", funded by the European Union. In small international groups and supported by their teachers, the pupils are working on projects regarding biosensors, "smart houses", or energy harvesting. The project foresees mutual visits to all partner schools. An excursion to Bremen was part of the one-week program hosted by the Gymnasium Papenburg. In small groups, the guests visited five different institutions of the MAPEX network and presented posters summarizing their visits during a final discussion round.

In the LFM they learned about ultrahigh-precision machines using diamond cutting tools in order to produce metals with mirror-like surfaces. "How to build an airplane out of plastics?" was the question they addressed in the FIBRE. The effect of laser radiation on the properties of different materials and their behavior was explained in the bias. Students of the Bremergy team demonstrated how they are building their own racing car. In the IMSAS the pupils visited the laboratories and workshops used for the fabrication of novel sensors.

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