Self-organizing peptide is proven to strengthen dental enamel: Award for University of Marburg and Fraunhofer IMWS
Fixed braces can lead to a stronger demineralization of enamel at their edges. A combination of peptide P11-4 and fluoride can help to prevent this, according to a study by the University of Marburg and the Fraunhofer Institute IMWS.
Efficient sandwich lightweight structures with high surface quality
Fibre-reinforced plastics and the sandwich construction method allow enormous weight savings in the implementation of highly resilient structural components. Together with the Fraunhofer Institute IMWS, four companies are developing solutions and processes for production and quality control.
3D printing with fiber-reinforced plastics designed for load paths
The ASW, the FBZ as an affiliated institute of the Merseburg University of Applied Sciences and the Fraunhofer Institute IMWS would like to open up new fields of application for plastic-based and fibre-reinforced 3D printing in order to develop an innovative production technology for component manufacture.
ResRearch Project to Increase Converter Reliability Launched
Mid-April saw the virtual kick-off of the »power4re« research project. Five Fraunhofer institutes are working together alongside industry representatives to develop solutions aimed at improving the reliability and robustness of inverters in photovoltaic systems and frequency converters in wind turbines.
Hamed Hanifi from Fraunhofer CSP honored for »Best Student Oral Presentation« at IC-SEWEN19
At the International Conference on Sustainable Energy-Water-Environment (IC-SEWEN 19) in Qatar, Hamed Hanifi from the Fraunhofer Center for Silicon Pho-tovoltaic CSP was awarded for the "Best Student Oral Presentation" in the conference’s energy track.
“Digitalization is the key to the future!” At the Fraunhofer Institute for the Microstructure of Materials and Systems IMWS in Halle (Saale) Dr. Dominik Lausch and his team have developed an innovative technology linking modern sensor technology with neuronal networks. Based on this work and together with his colleagues he founded DENKweit GmbH. In an interview he explains the idea behind the innovation – which is incredibly simple.
Michael Kögel from the Fraunhofer IMWS honored at ISTFA 2019
For his work “Machine learning assisted signal analysis in Acoustic Microscopy for non-destructive defect identification” Michael Kögel from the Fraunhofer Institute for the Microstructure of Materials and Systems IMWS in Halle (Saale) received the prize for the “Attendees‘ Best Paper” awarded by the international symposium ISTFA 2019 in Portland/USA.
We open up new potential for the use of polymers - for example, as lightweight construction materials for the automotive and aviation industry, in efficient tyres or as plastics made of renewable raw materials.