More than 320 participants form around the world gathered at the EuroSuperalloys in Bamberg (Germany) to highlight progress in the field of Ni- and Co-based superalloys and related materials. We, LWT, have contributed two oral und two poster presentations to this successful symposium.
Congratulations to our long-time employee Janis Kimm, who successfully completed his PhD on July 05, 2022 with the title "Influence of the microstructure of hardenable Fe-based alloys on the resistance to chip removal".
As part of a Factory Day organized by the companies DEW and OWL, HIP and AM experts from industry and science met during a two-day event in Krefeld and in Aachen. The LWT was involved with an information booth and two presentations.
A LOOK BEHIND THE SCENES
A virtual tour through the different laboratories and rooms of our chair as well as the associated halls and the equipment located there can be found here.
The research focus of our chair lies in the new and further development of metallic materials with the inclusion of the relevant processes.
SUSTAINABLE AND INNOVATIVE
Our concept is characterized by innovative research under the responsibility for sustainable development and responsible use of energy and resources.
We have a diverse team of PostDocs, PhD students, student assistants supported by technical and administrative staff.