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11.10.2019

Best Paper Award at the 69 CIRP General Assembly in Birmingham!

The Best Paper Award winner receives a certificate.  

At the 69th CIRP General Assembly in Birmingham, Robin Kleinwort, Jonathan Platz and Prof. Michael F. Zäh received the Best Paper Award 2019 for their outstanding publication entitled „Adaptive Active Vibration Control for Machine Tools with Highly Position-Dependent Dynamics“.[more]

07.10.2019

The iwb at ICALEO 2019

From 7th – 10th October 2019, four members of the Institute for Machine Tools and Industrial Management (iwb) will present their latest research results to the laser community. With a total of 4 contributions, the iwb is again strongly represented in this year’s ICALEO: ...[more]

19.08.2019

New Visiting Professor at the iwb

We are proud to welcome Prof. Dr. Kaan Erkorkmaz, an internationally renowned scientist, as a Visiting Professor at the iwb. [more]

19.08.2019

23rd Seminar for Additive Manufacturing on 25.09.2019 in Augsburg

Learn everything about additive manufacturing! In our seminar for perspectives of additive manufacturing: Reproducibility and new technologies on September 25, 2019. Register now! [more]

11.07.2019

iwb focuses on battery production

As of July 01, 2019, the iwb will be expanded to include the research team "Battery Production". This will bundle and further expand competence in battery research.[more]

11.07.2019

Sign up now! iwb seminar "Digital twin for the machine tool" (German)

You can register for the iwb seminar "Digital twin for machine tools" now! We look forward to meeting you![more]

18.10.2018

The iwb at ICALEO 2018 - a conference of the Laser Institute of America

iwb employees: Jan Bernd Habedank, Maximilian Schmöller, Stefan Liebl and Christian Stadter (from left to right)

From October 14 - 18, 2018, four members of the Joining and Cutting Technology group of the Institute for Machine Tools and Industrial Management (iwb) will present their topics to the laser community. With a total of 3 contributions, the iwb is strongly represented this year. [more]