Events

The MAPEX Core-Facility for Materials Analytics will regularly offer Courses, Workshops, Seminars, retreats and meetings for the scientific community.

Upcoming Events

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16th Early Career Researcher Workshop

Science meets industry


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Design Thinking Basics

MAPEX Doctoral QP offers


ECR Workshop
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Science Slam Workshop

MAPEX Doctoral QP offers


MAPEX-CF Workshop on Diffraction

04-06 September 2023

Initiated by the MAPEX-CF research area X-ray Diffraction, this workshop connected around 35 participants who work with Diffraction of X-ray, electron, and neutron beams. Such experiments were discussed from both experimental as well as theoretical viewpoints by the speakers from the University of Bremen and other German research institutions.

The three-day workshop started with talks giving an overview of the research field and describing the most important experimental and theoretical techniques, ensuring that all participants, including many early-career investigators, were able to follow the presentations of cutting-edge research performed at the University of Bremen and elsewhere in the following days.

The complete program and more information can be found at the webpage of the workshop.

  • Workshop on Diffraction

    Talk of Lars Robben

  • Workshop on Diffraction

    Thorsten Gesing and Ella Schmidt

  • Workshop on Diffraction

    Talk of Wilke Dononelli

The future of Materials Science and Engineering: How to participate and get the most out of the Digital Transformation

21 February 2023

MAPEX invited Chris Eberl for a talk: On February 21st, the Deputy Director of Fraunhofer IWM, lectured about “The future of Materials Science and Engineering: How to participate and get the most out of the Digital Transformation”.

In the first part of this talk, Eberl introduced the goals and realistic possibilities of ongoing initiatives. He also addressed the role of the Nationale Forschungdaten Infrastruktur NFDI, and specifically the NFDI-MatWerk, as well as the BMBF MaterialDigital initiative.

In the second part, an introduction to practical examples from within the Fraunhofer IWM was used to show various aspects of digitalization and their use and how it might be implemented.

Chris Eberl is Deputy Director Fraunhofer IWM and Full Professor at Fraunhofer Institute for Mechanics of Materials, University of Freiburg, IMTEK, Faculty of Engineering. Since 2021 he is Spokesperson at NFDI-MatWerk, since 2019 Board Member at the Innovation Plattform MaterialDigital (BMBF) and also Board Member at the “Excellence Cluster livMatS”, Uni Freiburg. Chris Eberl is member of the Fraunhofer Vintage Class.

  • Prof. Dr. Chris Eberl

    The future of materials science and engineering

    Chris Eberl as a guest at University of Bremen

  • Guests at the talk of Chris Eberl

    The future of materials science and engineering

    Guests

  • Guests at the talk of Chris Eberl

    The future of materials science and engineering

    Guests at the talk

  • Prof. Dr. Chris Eberl

    The future of materials science and engineering

    Chris Eberl

  • The future of materials science and engineering

    Lucio Colombi Ciacchi

  • Prof. Dr. Chris Eberl

    The future of Materials Science and Engineering: How to participate and get the most out of the Digital Transformation

    Chris Eberl

Hackathon: Bringing Maritime Navigation Instruments to Life

08-09 October 2022

Seaman’s Gear: a two-day hackathon on October 8 and 9, 2022, aims to breathe new virtual life into historical maritime navigation instruments. The organizers are MAPEX, the German Maritime Museum – Leibniz Institute for Maritime History, and the Bremen University of Applied Sciences.

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Gerendertes historisches Gerät aus der Schifffahrt
Gerenderte historischen Geräte aus der Schifffahrt spielen eine Rolle beim Hackathon am 8. und 9. Oktober.

MAPEX-CF Workshop – Functional Oxides: synthesis, analysis, and characterization

09-10 June 2022

Promoted by the MAPEX-CF investigation areas Spectroscopy and X-ray Diffraction, this workshop connected researchers working with 'Functional Oxides' and provided different perspectives ranging from synthesis and characterization to the applications of such materials. Around 30 participants from diverse research areas ranging from Chemistry, Physics, and Engineering joined the event at the campus of the University of Bremen and also online.

During the two days of the event, a multidisciplinary audience was able to follow invited talks from experts from Germany and abroad showcasing cutting-edge research done with oxides. Hot topics such as synthesis of nanoparticle oxides, thin-film and single-crystal growth, structure-property relationships, and advanced characterization techniques were covered and valuable discussions took place.

The event was closed with guided laboratory tours, where the participants could see firsthand the instrumentation available at MAPEX-CF within the investigation areas Spectroscopy, X-ray Diffraction, and Electron Microscopy.

A complete list of contributions can be found in the workshop's webpage.

  • Workshop

    Functional oxides

    09-10 June 2022

  • Workshop

    Functional oxides

    09-10 June 2022

  • Workshop

    Functional oxides

    09-10 June 2022

  • Workshop

    Functional oxides

    09-10 June 2022

MAPEX workshop & user meeting - 3D Materials Analytics 2021

08 September 2021

Developed within the investigation area 3D Materials Analytics of the MAPEX-CF, this meeting aimed to connect researchers active or interested in the fields of x-ray microscopy and x-ray computed tomography. From engineering to biology, geology, and materials science, the one-day workshop and user meeting hosted around 30 participants from diverse research areas in a fully virtual environment.

Early career researchers were given the opportunity to present their work and also follow an outstanding introductory lecture about 3D X-ray microscopy and X-ray microtomography given by Dr. Wolf-Achim Kahl, displaying the know-how that MAPEX and MAPEX-CF can offer to the science community. The event was complemented by round-table discussions, which instigated the knowledge exchange between the participants further strengthening the commitment of the MAPEX and MAPEX-CF to connect researchers and bridge the gaps between scientific fields.

A complete list of contributions can be found in the workshop flyer.

Event programm

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