DGM-Newsletter

DGM-Newsletter

In its newsletter, the DGM reports on current events and activities as well as on the work of its technical committees, exhibitions, conferences or further training and special feature of its members. In addition, interesting projects are presented or reported on in a special section entitled "Science's Latest News".

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Current DGM News

Researchers of the University of Bayreuth have taken a leading role in developing a White Paper on sustainable plastics, which four chemical...

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Editorial

The last weeks and months have kept us all on our toes - in a variety of ways. We just celebrated the 100th anniversary of our German Society for...

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Looking forward to "MSE 2020", we would like to update you on the latest developments for this year's highlight conference of the German Materials...

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Together with the TU Darmstadt, the German Materials Society (DGM) has decided to hold the MSE 2020 congress as a web-only event. This decision was...

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Due to unforeseen circumstances caused by the SARS-CoV-2, the DGM and the CellMAT Programme Committee made the joined decision to switch from a...

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The symposium "Fatigue Design and Materials Defects", held as a web conference, left participants highly satisfied - and with a lot of new input. The...

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The German Materials Society (DGM) is pleased to host the "21th International Symposium on Laser Precision Microfabrication"(LPM), one of the most...

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Advanced materials are increasingly enablers for high-tech products. The improved understanding of structure-property relationships of these materials...

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The "Materials and Additives Manufacturing" symposium , held as a web conference from May 13th – 15th, 2020, provided multiple valuable insights for...

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Topics range from digital manufacturing technologies and human-machine interactions to the central nervous system / €101 million in funding for an...

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