MSE-Newsletter

MSE-Newsletter

The DGM MSE-Newsletter presents the news all about the international conference on the field of materials science in Germany: Materials Science and Engineering (MSE). The MSE offers students and PhD students the opportunity to meet with the experts of the community, to present their work and to improve their chances of entering the profession of science or industry, nationally or internationally, through career workshops. Furthermore, information is given on various international DGM events.

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MSE-News

News from the DGM

The annual TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition (http://www.tms.org/TMS2019) took place this year from March 10 to 14 in San Antonio, Texas, USA. It was -...

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Save the Date! 5th Euro Bio-inspired Materials 2020; 16 - 19 March 2020, Irsee (Germany)

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A focus of the conference is the interdisciplinary exchange between scientists from materials science, physics, chemistry and biology.

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The DGM Regionalforum Erlangen was founded in 2018 as the local chapter of the German Materials Society (DGM) with the goal to offer a communication...

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Current developments in the field of industry 4.0 such as the digitalization of production plants and processes provide massive new challenges to...

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The International Journal of Materials Research (IJMR) publishes original high quality experimental and theoretical papers and reviews on basic and...

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Practical Metallography (PM) is an organ of the DGM and works closely with its technical committee for materialography.

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News from the DGM

For data protection reasons, contact and personal data are NOT allowed to be published in the DGM-Newsletter. However, you can view them in the DGM...

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The training course „Artificial Intelligence in Materials Development and Process Control“ in Dresden (Germany) is led by Prof. Dr. Ehrenfried...

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