DGM - Blickpunkt and Annual Journal

Materialography/ Metallography 2016

The brochure "Materialography/Metallography 2016" illustrates the great significance materiolography holds in the MatWerk cosmos. It outlines the changing history and fascinating development of the discipline and dips into various areas with articles on preparation technique, the newest trends in electron, light and 3D microscopy or on the connection between the structure and malfunction of materials, in fascinating detail. It describes the activities of the most important German research locations, allows experts as well as young talent to have their voices heard, dedicates itself, following the example of the Berliner Lette-Verein, to the promotion of young talent and is illustrated with impressive photos of their colourful work.

DGM - Blickpunkt - Dresden

The Dresden Materials Research Network (MFD) represents the larger part of Dresden's materials science and is supported by an historically evolved, highly-developed, innovative competence in materials and technology, which is exceptional, both nationally and internationally, in its concentration and variety. The further development of this existing potential as well as constantly making it visible on all levels, is one of the most important tasks of the MFD. It unites around twenty university and non-university research organisations, whose range of interests cover almost all classes of materials: from metals and alloys through polymers to ceramics, composite materials, hybrids and natural materials. Often, not only are basics researched but developments up to prototypical components are advanced. Naturally, testing of materials is not neglected, the importance of which, particularly in times of the increasing use of "Smart Materials" is constantly growing.

The MFD Member's Institutes employ in total far more than 2,000 materials researchers and technicians at the Dresden location and work closely together with the industry. Therefore, one of the key aims of the MFD is the support of the transferring of the latest research findings to the practice. Also, the winning over of scientific-technical young talent and in particular the use of synergies in the cross-institutional collaboration play a big role.

In the DGM-Brochure "Blickpunkt Dresden"  we present you with an excerpt from the broad spectrum of Dresden's materials topics and wish you an informative as well as entertaining reading experience.

DGM - Blickpunkt - Dresden

The Dresden Materials Research Network (MFD) represents the larger part of Dresden's materials science and is supported by an historically evolved, highly-developed, innovative competence in materials and technology, which is exceptional, both nationally and internationally, in its concentration and variety. The further development of this existing potential as well as constantly making it visible on all levels, is one of the most important tasks of the MFD. It unites around twenty university and non-university research organisations, whose range of interests cover almost all classes of materials: from metals and alloys through polymers to ceramics, composite materials, hybrids and natural materials. Often, not only are basics researched but developments up to prototypical components are advanced. Naturally, testing of materials is not neglected, the importance of which, particularly in times of the increasing use of "Smart Materials" is constantly growing.

The MFD Member's Institutes employ in total far more than 2,000 materials researchers and technicians at the Dresden location and work closely together with the industry. Therefore, one of the key aims of the MFD is the support of the transferring of the latest research findings to the practice. Also, the winning over of scientific-technical young talent and in particular the use of synergies in the cross-institutional collaboration play a big role.

In the DGM-Brochure "Blickpunkt Dresden"  we present you with an excerpt from the broad spectrum of Dresden's materials topics and wish you an informative as well as entertaining reading experience.


DGM - Annual Journal - Materialography/Metallography

The German Society for Materials Science (DGM), with its numerous technical committees and an excellently established infrastructure, has established itself for years as "THE" intermediary of the materials field, between science and industry.

As well as numerous special editions, the Annual Metallography Journal is a highlight from the huge field of materials science and engineering. In it, the latest processing and production methods as well as testing and observation possibilities are featured. From powder-metallurgy, forming technology or functional materials, steel and aluminium alloys, micro-electronics, high-performance ceramics or energy technology to process optimisation and quality control; materiolography is an essential tool for science and industry.

 


DGM - Blickpunkt - Rhein-Ruhr Regional Forum

In a brochure that was published in May 2016, the activities of the Rhine-Ruhr Regional Forum are reported on. In this brochure, all of the locations of the Rhine-Ruhr Regional Forum introduce themselves briefly. Furthermore, the independent Rhine-Ruhr Young DGM also reports in it on its activities. Both the Rhine-Ruhr Regional Forum and the Rhine-Ruhr Young DGM are open to all interested parties. New members are always heartily welcome!


DGM - Blickpunkt - Dresden 2016

Dear readers,

be it high-purity silicon, Meißner porcelain or coffee filters - the Dresden area has a long tradition of innovative use of materials. It it therefore with the greatest of pleasure that we hereby present you with a new brochure about the research topics and projects of the member institute of the Dresden Materials Research Association (MFD).  As ever, other regional and national organisations from the field of materials science and engineering are also represented, which naturally pleases us too.