Additive Manufacturing in Construction
AMC TRR 277

Associates Overview

Guest Researchers

The AMC invites outstanding researchers from various disciplines, especially from abroad, as guests for longer and shorter stays. They are usually in close exchange with individual subprojects and support the project staff with their expertise. In lecture formats, they present their own research and discuss it together with the staff. At the end of each stay, the results obtained are published in joint publications. Proposals and invitations for guest researchers can be submitted to the AMC at any time.

Associated industry partners

Associated industry partners support the AMC in order to accelerate the transfer into application. In this way, the bridge between pure basic research and industry is to be further expanded. Along associated industry partners the technological value chain is bundled and a high relevance in practice is generated. Proposals for the association of industrial partners can be formulated by any AMC scientist to the AMC Executive Director. The speakers finally decide on an association.

Associated Scientists

Associated scientists and research groups whose scientific profile is closely related to the AMC and its projects. Associates are invited to participate in all AMC events and are supported by the AMC in the realization of their own projects. Proposals and invitations can be formulated by any AMC scientist to the AMC Executive Director. The spokespersons finally decide on an association.

Alumni

The circle of alumni includes all former employees, former guest scientists and former associated members of the AMC. Even after the official departure, the alumni continue to work together on the mutual use of the experience potential and on the development of a network. Likewise, the AMC should receive new impulses from its alumni.


Alumni

She has been appointed as co-coordinator of The Collaborative Research Center Transregio 277, Additive Manufacturing in Construction. Her research focus is the interface of structural engineering, architecture, and polymer science in order to adapt new technologies and materials in construction technology and design.

Professorship of Structural Design and Digital Fabrication at the Technical University of Munich

hastia.asadi@tum.de

Alumni

is research associate at Fraunhofer Institute for Wood Research – Wilhelm-Klauditz-Institut WKI. In his doctoral research the focus is on the material development for additive manufacturing with wood.

Fraunhofer-Anwendungszentrum HOFZET

carsten.asshoff@wki.fraunhofer.de

Alumni

is a doctoral researcher for the duration of the research project.

Institute of Structural Design

n.babovic@tu-braunschweig.de

Alumni

is a doctoral researcher at ima and investigating the automation of structure fabrication using fiber-reinforced composites. He concepts manufacturing methods and processes to increase the structural quality.

Institute of Mechanics and Adaptronics

m.bahar@tu-braunschweig.de

Alumni

was a research associate in A02, the workgroup of Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael F. Zäh. As an expert in WAAM, he was responsible for the simulation and temperature modelling of the process.

Alumni

He is a former research associate of the Project A 01.

Associated Scientists

is the head of the chair of structur alanalysis. He is responsible for all actions, in particular regarding research, education and administration. He was esponsible for the C02 project and its coordination within the TRR. He guided all staff in that context and decided about research actions.

Chair of Structural Analysis, Department of Civil, Geo and Environmental Engineering

kub@tum.de

Alumni

as PhD student at the research group of Prof. De Lorenzis he was couple the LB fluid and thermal code with a solid mechanics model to predict residual stresses.

Department of Mechanical and Process Engineering, D-MAVT

oboolakee@ethz.ch

Alumni

conducted research at TUM’s Depart…

Chair of Computational Modeling and Simulation

alex.braun@tum.de

Alumni

was head of the division Powder and Slurry Processes and supported Prof. Kwade in leading project A02.

Fakultät Verfahrenstechnik
Mechanische Verfahrenstechnik/Partikeltechnologie
Technische Hochschule Nürnberg Georg Simon Ohm

sandra.breitung-faes@th-nuernberg.de

 

Alumni

had worked as an AMC Researcher in C 06  in close collaboration with the doc. researcher at the IGP.

Associated Scientists

has been working in the field of wood adhesives for many years. She gives guidance and support to the academic staff at WKI regarding the entire adhesive systems including adhesives, particles and pressing parameters.

Fraunhofer Institute for Wood Research

frauke.bunzel@wki.fraunhofer.de

Alumni

is a mechanical engineer and doctoral researcher at TUM-HBB. For the project A08 he will work out the details of the fabrication process and is responsible for the topic of automatization. In C07 his responsibilities include the development of data acquisition concepts in order to identify relevant process parameters as well as the evaluation of generated data in order to form concepts for regulation and quality assessment.

Chair of Timber Structures and Building Construction

birger.buschmann@tum.de

Alumni

she is a former researcher in the Focus Area C of the Project C 04.

Alumni

Doctoral researcher: for the duration of the research project carrying out the scientific studies. He will execute heat treatment, mechanical testing, and metallurgical analysis, the investigation of geometry influence on structural performance and finally the analysis of results in view of first AM design guidelines.

Chair of Metal Structures

johannes.diller@tum.de

Alumni

he is a former researcher in the Focus Area C of the Project C 04.

Alumni

was a doctoral associate at Institute of Structural Design (ITE) of TU Braunschweig. He was responsible for the automation and control systems as well as for the coordination of the DBFL.

Alumni

was a doctoral researcher and Head of research group “Assembly and Production Automation” at the Institute for Machine Tools and Production Technology (IWF) at TU Braunschweig. He supported Prof. Dröder with designing further research topics and coordinated the work at IWF in the scope of A04.

Institute for Machine Tools and Production Technology

f.gabriel@tu-braunschweig.de

Associated Scientists

Torben Gädt is professor at the Chemistry Department at TU Munich. He holds the chair for the Chemistry of Construction Materials. The research of his group is focused on admixture driven concrete design with a special focus on the rheology and hydration kinetics of inorganic binder phases. He will support the work of the TRR 277 as an expert in rheology-control of mineral construction materials with admixtures.

Lehrstuhl für Bauchemie

torben.gaedt@tum.de

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