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Wind Turbine Blade Manufacture 2019 — Global conference on MW wind blade design, composites manufacturing, performance and maintenance
09. Dez 2019 - 12. Dez 2019 • Düsseldorf, Deutschland
AMI – Applied Market Information Ltd
AMI's Wind Turbine Blade Manufacture 2019 conference brings together wind energy farmers, wind turbine producers, blade manufacturers, design engineers, composites manufacturing experts, researchers, developers, service engineers, materials and equipment suppliers, to discuss the technology and economics of producing reliable year-round wind energy, focusing on the key component, the rotor.
CTI Symposium
09. Dez 2019 - 12. Dez 2019 • Berlin, Deutschland
Every year, the international transmission and drive community meets up at the International CTI SYMPOSIA – automotive drivetrains, intelligent, electrified – in Germany, China and USA to discuss the best strategies and technologies for tomorrow’s car, busses and trucks. From efficiency, comfort or costs to electrification, energy storage and connectivity, these premier industry meetings cover all the key issues in depth.
The Powertrain of Tomorrow 2020 — 13th International MTZ Conference
22. Jan 2020 - 23. Jan 2020 • Frankfurt am Main, Deutschland
The international MTZ Conference “The Powertrain of Tomorrow” is aimed at managers and experts in powertrain development and electrification. It is a must-attend event for engine and vehicle manufacturers, their suppliers and development partners, teaching staff and engineers from universities, representatives of authorities and associations, and technicians active in this field.
International Symposium on Plastics Technology
10. Mär 2020 • Aachen, Deutschland
Dear Colleagues, It is an honour and a pleasure for me to invite you to the first IKV International Symposium on Plastics Technology on 10 March 2020 in Aachen. The symposium will bring together scientists and experts from all over the world who are involved in the future of plastics. The symposium will offer an exceptional forum to learn, participate and network with the people who play a leading role in the field of plastics technology. The scientific program will keep you abreast of the latest know-how in polymer science and technology. Our session topics: Additive manufacturing; Circular economy; Extrusion; Injection moulding; Lightweight technologies; Plastics Industry 4.0. With your paper and presentation, you can contribute to enhancing the quality and diversity of the discussions. You should therefore take the opportunity to present your topic to a broad scientific public. The symposium will, without doubt, be a valuable occasion to generate new ideas in the middle of a motivated scientific community. I look forward to welcoming you in Aachen, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christian Hopmann
Tel.: [+49 241 80-28363];     Email: symposium@ikv.rwth-aachen.de
Additive manufacturing, Circular economy, Extrusion, Injection moulding, Lightweight technologies, Plastics Industry 4.0
30th International Colloquium Plastics Technology
11. Mär 2020 - 12. Mär 2020 • Aachen, Deutschland
The coming International Colloquium Plastics Technology, due to take place on 11–12 March 2020 in the Eurogress Aachen, will be a very special occasion: It will be the 30th time that the world of plastics meets up for the Colloquium in Aachen and, at the same time, we will celebrate in 2020 not only the 70th birthday of IKV but also the 150th anniversary of RWTH Aachen University. The delegates at the 30th Colloquium will be able to attend a total of 15 lecture sessions, each consisting of two presentations from IKV scientists and a keynote paper from an industry expert. As far as the topics are concerned, the sessions will cover the entire range of IKV research. In addition, around five plenary papers given by speakers from science and industry will draw attention to special trend topics.

The accompanying trade show, the traditional get-together on the evening before the Colloquium and the tour of the IKV laboratories and pilot plants will offer an excellent opportunity for networking. You will find further information on the content of the program in the next edition of IKV.Insight.

We look forward to welcoming you again in Aachen for the Colloquium so that we can celebrate our anniversaries with you. And perhaps we will also be able to celebrate with you the premiere of our International Symposium on Plastics Technology, which will be held for the first time on 10 March 2020 – the day before the Colloquium.

Tel.: [+49 241 80-93877];     Email: akademie@ikv.rwth-aachen.de
Additive manufacturing, Circular economy, Extrusion, Injection moulding, Lightweight technologies, Plastics Industry 4.0
Hybrid 2020 — 4th Hybrid Materials and Structures 2020
28. Apr 2020 - 29. Apr 2020 • Karlsruhe, Deutschland
"Hybrid Materials and Structures 2020" covers the entire spectrum of topics, from basic materials to design, from production to application, and thus provides the basis for an in-depth understanding of application-specific material and component behavior. The only limitation is the focus on material combinations that perform structural tasks in some way.
Email: dgm@dgm.de
hybrid materials, structures, composites, multi-material design, material compatibility, interface properties, residual stresses, materialography, microanalytical investigations, mechanical testing, non-destructive testing, quality assurance, material modelling, construction methods, joining techniques, life cycle assessments, intrinsic hybrid composites
4th FDMD — 4th International Symposium on Fatigue Design and Materials Defects 2020
26. Mai 2020 - 28. Mai 2020 • Potsdam, Deutschland
4th International Symposium on Fatigue Design and Materials Defects 2020,

26-28 May 2020, Potsdam, Germany

Following the successful symposia of Trondheim in 2011, in Paris in 2014 and in Lecco in2017 we wish to announce the 4th International Symposium on Fatigue Design and Material Defects

from May 26 – 28 2020 in Potsdam.

Material defects such as non-metallic inclusions, pores, micro-shrinkages etc. play a crucial role in fatigue crack initiation and propagation which in turn has significant consequences for structural integrity in terms of lifetime, fatigue strength and other characteristics of cyclically loaded components.

The main objectives of the symposium are to improve the understanding of the mechanisms and the impact of defects on structural integrity, and to work out measures to improve the fatigue properties of materials and components.

To that purpose presentations are welcome which address the following


• Defects and manufacturing processes

• Defect detection and monitoring

• Statistical considerations

• Defects and fatigue strength

• Short fatigue crack propagation starting at defects

• Critical defect sizes

• Defects as root causes of structural failure

• Modelling fatigue life and strength taking into account defects

All materials are concerned, particularly:

• High strength steels

• Cast aluminium alloys

• Nodular cast iron

• Sinter materials

• Weldments

• Materials generated by Additive Manufacturing

The organizers look forward receiving many contributions to the 4th International Symposium on Fatigue Design and Materials Defects 2020. In particular young scientists are very welcome to actively contribute to the conference by submitting an abstract.

The symposium will be chaired by Prof. Dr. Uwe Zerbst and Dr. Mauro Madia, Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung, Berlin (Germany)

We are looking forward seeing you in Potsdam.



Conference Office


Marie-Curie-Straße 11-17

53757 Sankt Augustin (Germany)

+49 (0) 2241 2355449


Tel.: [022412355449];     Email: fdmd@inventum.de
functional materials, bioinspired materials, formation, hierarchical structure, properties of complex-shaped biological materials, biological principles, mechanical properties, Multifunctional Inorganic Materials, Funktionsmaterialien, bioinspirierte Materialien, Bildung, hierarchische Struktur, Eigenschaften von komplex geformten biologischen Materialien, biologische Prinzipien, mechanische Eigenschaften, multifunktionale anorganische Materialien
Metallographie-Tagung 2020
16. Sep 2020 - 18. Sep 2020 • Saarbrücken, Deutschland
DGM e. V. c/o Inventum GmbH
Die 54. Metallographie-Tagung wird im Jahre 2020 in Saarbrücken stattfinden. Die Themen werden neben den traditionellen Schwerpunkten der Präparation und mikroskopischen Gefügeabbildung, der Gefügeanalyse sowie der metallographischen Schadensanalyse vor allem in zwei zukunftsträchtigen Bereichen liegen, für die der Saarbrücker Campus mit seinen Experten und seiner technischen Ausstattung wie kein zweiter in Deutschland steht. Das ist einerseits die Weiterentwicklung und Anwendung aller Tomographieverfahren von der Mikro- über die Nano- bis zur atomaren Skala und andererseits die Anwendung modernster Informatikkompetenz auf die drängende systematische und effiziente Digitalisierung.
DGM e. V. c/o Inventum GmbH;     Tel.: [+49 (69) 75306 741];     Email: metallographie@dgm.de
Präparationstechnik, mikroskopisch, Charakterisierung, Materialographie, Materialklassen, Qualitativ, quantitativ, Gefügeanalyse, Korrelation, Materialeigenschaften, Tomographie, 3D, digital, Bildverarbeitung, Analytik, Gefüge, Untersuchungen, Bewertung, Schadensfälle, Metallographie, Metallografie, Materialentwicklung, Prozessentwicklung, Struktur, Funktion, Werkstoffe, Digitalisierung, Präparation, Schadensanalyse, Zukunft, Tomographie, Mikro, Nano, atomar, Informatik, Materialwissenschaft, DGM, Metalle, Stahl, Eisen, Keramik, Aluminium
Symposium Strangpressen — Symposium „Strangpressen – Innovative Anwendungen und zukünftige Märkte“
17. Sep 2020 - 18. Sep 2020 • Neu-Ulm, Deutschland
Am 17. und 18. September 2020 findet das von der DGM e.V. und dem Fachausschuss „Strangpressen“ organisierte Symposium „Strangpressen – Innovative Anwendungen und zukünftige Märkte“ in Neu-Ulm im Edwin-Scharff-Haus statt. Mit dem Symposium wird interessierten Fachbesuchern die Möglichkeit gegeben, aktuelle Verfahrensentwicklungen und zukünftige Perspektiven der Herstellung und Verwendung von Leicht- und Schwermetallhalbzeugen im Kontext von Digitalisierung und globalen Märkten kennenzulernen und sich mit führenden Fachleuten auszutauschen.
Tel.: [+49 (69) 75306 741];     Email: strangpressen@dgm.de
Werkstoffwissenschafen, Strangpressen, Verfahrensentwicklung, Schwermetallhalbzeug, Leichtmetallhalbzeug, Prozesssteuerung, Werkzeugbau, Profildesign, Halbzeug, Aluminiumhalbzeug, Kupferhalbzeug, Anlagentechnik, Verfahren
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RWTH Seminar Einstiegskurs Simulieren mechatronischer Systeme - Auslegung komplexer Bewegungssysteme durch MathWorks Simulink
03. Nov 2020 - 04. Nov 2020 • Aachen, Deutschland
RWTH International Academy
Lernen Sie mechatronische Bewegungssysteme, das heißt Mechanik, Sensorik, Antriebe und Steuerungen, simulativ abzubilden. Sie erlangen Grundwissen zur Simulation, können MathWorks Simulink einsetzen und Simulationsmodelle strukturieren. Zusätzlich werden Sie in die Lage versetzt, Systeme durch Simulationen auszulegen und zu optimieren.
Tel.: [+492418097865];     Email: further-education@academy.rwth-aachen.de

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