Lecture Series "Materials and Industry"

The bi-weekly lecture series "Materials and Industry" was introduced at MAINZ in the winter term of 2010/11. The lectures were held in collaboration with our industrial partners.

Dates and lectures so far:

13.07.2011 - Dr. Andreas Taden, Henkel AG & KGaA, Düsseldorf

                       "Water-based Adhesives"

06.07.2011 - Dr. Ulrich Fotheringham, Schott AG, Mainz

29.06.2011 - Dr. Gerhard Hörpel, Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology (MEET),

                       Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster

                       "Energy Density and Safety - Challenges for new Battery Materials"

15.06.2011 - Dr. Helga Hummel, Philips Technologie GmbH, Aachen

                       "Organic Light Emitting Diodes (OLEDs) for Lighting Applications"

18.05.2011 - Dr. Friedrich-Karl Bruder, Bayer, Leverkusen

                       "New and Dry Processable Photopolymers for Optical Applications - Volume

                       Holography Revisited
"

04.05.2011 - Dr. Wendel Wohlleben, BASF, Polymer Physics & Experimental Toxicology,

                       Ludwigshafen

                       "Are Nanomaterials a Risk for Humans? Biophysics, Toxicology and a

                       Differentiated Risk Assessment
"

19.01.2011 - Dr. Horst Weiss, BASF

                       "Molecular Modelling in the Chemical Industry"

12.01.2011 - Prof. Dr. David F. Lupton, W. C. Heraeus GmbH

                       "The Precious Metals as Engineering Materials"

15.12.2010 - Dr. Rüdiger Stark, BASF

                       "Nanomechanics and Morphology of Polymers"

08.12.2010 - Dr. Christian Meier, Evonik Röhm GmbH

                       "Methacrylate Copolymers and their Application in the Pharmaceutical Industry"

24.11.2010 - Dr. Stephan Prucker, Isabellenhütte Heusler GmbH & Co. KG

                       "MAGANIN – History and Features of a Resistive Alloy"

10.11.2010 - Dr. Klaus Stefan Dreese, Institut für Mikrotechnik Mainz GmbH

                       "Choosing the Right Materials for Lab-on-a-Chip Systems"