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Aktuelle Mitteilungen
• Update: 19.12.2018 two new Publications
 15.12.2018 Interview bei Radio Eins
"Berliner Wissenschaftler brennen Vasen aus simuliertem Marsboden"
04.12.2018 Neues Netzwerk "Additive Manufacturing" an der TU-Berlin
18.10.2018 Vorlesungen WiSe 2018/2019 Dr. Ringe "Tissue Engineering für Knochen und Knorpel"
02.10.2018 Vorlesungen WiSe 2018/2019
WS 18/19: VL Ceramics for the Hydrogen Economy Advertisement
Georg Forster Research Award (Alexander von Humboldt Foundation)

Dr. Mirabbos Hojamberdiev (Turin Polytechnic University, Tashkent, Uzbekistan). Dr. Hojamberdiev has published more than 110 papers (65 in the last five years), of which 40 are first-authored, in international peer-reviewed journals and given numerous invited talks/presentations at international conferences or invited universities. The main research activity of Dr. Hojamberdiev centers at the development, characterization, and application of visible-light-active photocatalytic materials for energy and environmental applications.
He is coming to TU Berlin in August 2018.
Poster Award of the Deutschen Gesellschaft für Materialkunde e.V. (DGM)

Mathias Czasny for his poster presentation :„Additive Fertigung von Verbundwerkstoffen verstärkt mit endlosen Kohlenstofffasern“ at the conference „Werkstoffe und Additive Fertigung 2018“. Postertitel
• New Projects

“Additive Fertigung patientenspezifischer Gelenkendoprothesen” (Anschubfinanzierung, TU Berlin)
Master graduate Edo Raihan
Our master graduate Edo Raihan has successfully started his career at Pertamina in the R&D Center. They successfully manufacture NCA batteries.
He works on decentralized energy concepts and developed the battery pack (battery management system & charge controller) while the other team members work on the battery cell production. The battery will be used for electric motorbikes in 2019. It is not yet a solid-state battery though. Later, the battery will be the backbone of their decentralized energy concept.
Towards the colonization of Mars...
New Publication: Towards the colonization of Mars by in-situ resource utilization: Slip cast ceramics from Martian soil simulant
Our team developed a new approach for the production of ceramic components on Mars using a concept that many human civilisations employed and which is still used today – traditional ceramics. Our ceramic parts from Martian soil simulant are equal or surpass the mechanical properties of porcelain and could be used in various ways by the first colonists on Mars. For more information see: DOI



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