Additive Manufacturing in Construction
AMC TRR 277

Overview AMC Researchers

Is a doctoral researcher at the faculty of civil engineering at the OTH Regensburg. She is responsible for the environmental Life Cycle Assessment of additive manufacturing techniques in construction. Furthermore, the researcher will establish a database for the environmental footprint of additive manufactured materials as well as methods, components and structures using AMC.

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Environmental Life Cycle Assessment – Determination of Ecological Sustainability Potentials by AMC

Her focus centers on the exploration of innovative fiber reinforcement strategies, reflecting her role as a dedicated doctoral researcher.

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Integration of Individualized Prefabricated Fibre Reinforcement in Additive Manufacturing with Concrete

is a research associate at Institute of Structural Design (ITE) of TU Braunschweig. He is responsible for experimental, theoretical and numerical research work as well as for the coordination of the cooperations within the SFB.

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Integrated Additive Manufacturing Processes for Reinforced Shotcrete 3D Printing (SC3DP) Elements with Precise Surface Quality

Jointing Principles for Combination of Concrete Elements Produced by Different Additive Manufacturing Processes

Siegfried Baehr is head of the department Additive Manufacturing at the iwb and assists Prof. Zaeh in leading the projects A02 and A06. He is instructing and supporting the academic staff regarding LPBF and WAAM.

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Particle-Bed 3D Printing by Selective Cement Paste Intrusion (SPI) – Particle Surface Functionalisation, Particle Synthesis and Integration of WAAM Reinforcement

Laser Powder-Bed Fusion (LPBF) of Steel Elements for Construction – Basics of Design and Mechanical Resilience.

is a doctoral researcher: Conducts scientific studies for the duration of the research project. Performs mechanical testing, fatigue testing, fracture mechanics testing, metallurgical analysis, and investigates the influence of geometry on structural performance. Analyzes all data and prepares reports, presentations, and publications.

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Laser Powder-Bed Fusion (LPBF) of Steel Elements for Construction – Basics of Design and Mechanical Resilience.

Project(s) Project A 01 Particle-Bed 3D Printing by Selective Cement Activation (SCA) – Particle Surface Functionalisation, Particle-Bed Compaction and Reinforcement Implementation

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Particle-Bed 3D Printing by Selective Cement Activation (SCA) – Particle Surface Functionalisation, Particle-Bed Compaction and Reinforcement Implementation

is a doctoral researcher and research associate at the Chair of Building Technology and Climate Responsive Design at TUM. Under the lead of Prof. Thomas Auer he conducts the research activities within C03. In particular he is developing a building simulation framework for a performance-based parametric design process, integrating passive and active functions in AM construction elements.

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Integration of Passive and Active Functions in Additively Manufactured Construction Elements

Tim Bürchner is a doctoral researcher at the Chair of Computational Modeling and Simulation at the TUM. In his research, he develops efficient, highly accurate and parallelizable methods for computational mechanics. For this purpose, workflows are designed to integrate geometric models of complex AM parts directly into the simulation of building scale models.

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Bridging Scales – From Geometric Part Details to Construction Elements

is an expert in mechanical engineering, specialized in development, CAD-Design and construction of complex machines at the Chair of Materials Handling, Material Flow, Logistics within TUM. He is responsible for design, construction, automation, simulation and optimization of the near-nozzle continuous mixing system developed in A03. Furthermore he is responsible for the material supply and the material discharge system within this project.

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Extrusion of Near-Nozzle Mixed Concrete –Individually Graded in Density and in Rate of 3D Fibre Reinforcement

is a doctoral researcher at the Institute for Machine Tools and Production Technology (IWF) at TU Braunschweig. He is working on the development of different end effectors for an automated concrete reinforcement as well as the surface processing of printed SC3DP elements. Additionally he is developing different nozzle geometries for the SC3DP process. Moreover, he will frequently publish the results achieved within the community.

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Integrated Additive Manufacturing Processes for Reinforced Shotcrete 3D Printing (SC3DP) Elements with Precise Surface Quality

is a doctoral researcher at the TT Professorship for Digital Fabrication within TUM. With background in structural design and engineering, he will develop strategies for using mobile robotic systems performing extrusion-based AM on construction sites. Fundamentally, this work is interdisciplinary, and he therefore strives for a high degree of collaboration within, but not limited to, the TRR277.

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Principles of Mobile Robotics for Additive Manufacturing in Construction

Central Tasks of the AMC

is a researcher at Institute of Building Materials, Concrete Construction and Fire Safety and works for the project A01.

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Particle-Bed 3D Printing by Selective Cement Activation (SCA) – Particle Surface Functionalisation, Particle-Bed Compaction and Reinforcement Implementation

is a doctoral researcher for the duration of the research project. He is leading the A04 project and organising the development of new concepts and strategies for the integration of reinforcement in SC3DP elements. Furthermore he is investigating the SC3DP process, its limitations and the spatial effect for the application in architecture and design within the work group of Prof. Dr.-Ing. Harald Kloft. Moreover, he will frequently publish the results achieved within the community.

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Integrated Additive Manufacturing Processes for Reinforced Shotcrete 3D Printing (SC3DP) Elements with Precise Surface Quality

is a doctoral researcher at the IWF. He will be developing finite element models to be used in additive manufacturing. He will lead the implementation of mathematical approaches for model order reduction and work on system sensorization. He will frequently publish the results achieved within the community.

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Process Control and Adaptive Path Planning for Additive Manufacturing Processes Based on Industrial Robots with an Extended Degree of Freedom

is a doctoral researcher at the TT Professorship for Digital Fabrication at TUM with background in architecture. In her research, she explores site-specific digital design tools for robotically fabricated real-size mono-component building envelopes. As part of her association with the AMC, she is part of the interdisciplinary teaching team for the project “From Additive Manufacturing to Architecture” in 2022 and contributes as Design Lead for the collaborative demonstrator “Breuer x AM”.

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Principles of Mobile Robotics for Additive Manufacturing in Construction

is a doctoral researcher for the duration of the research project. He will lead and organise the material development and testing program as well as the data evaluation and material modelling work within WG Lowke. Moreover, he will frequently publish the results achieved within the community.

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Integrated Additive Manufacturing Processes for Reinforced Shotcrete 3D Printing (SC3DP) Elements with Precise Surface Quality

investigates fibre reinforcement strategies as doctoral researcher. In collaboration with project partners he develops techniques for processing fibres to obtain suitable reinforcement structures for different AM methods. Beyond conception his work scope ranges from deriving representative part designs to physical testing including prototyping of toolings.

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Integration of Individualized Prefabricated Fibre Reinforcement in Additive Manufacturing with Concrete

is a research associate in the work group of Prof. Dr.-Ing. Arno Kwade. He is responsible for the development of tailored particles for the combined process of SPI and WAAM.

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Particle-Bed 3D Printing by Selective Cement Paste Intrusion (SPI) – Particle Surface Functionalisation, Particle Synthesis and Integration of WAAM Reinforcement

is a research associate at the Working group of Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christoph Gehlen. Expert in material development of Extrusion Concrete for additive manufacturing.

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Extrusion of Near-Nozzle Mixed Concrete –Individually Graded in Density and in Rate of 3D Fibre Reinforcement

is a doctoral researcher at the Institute for Assembly Technology and Robotics within Leibniz University Hannover. His background in mechatronics and robotics drives his work on mobile robotics. By synergizing elements from computer science, control theory, and mechanical design he enhances robotic autonomy and efficiency to enable print-while-driving

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Process Control and Adaptive Path Planning for Additive Manufacturing Processes Based on Industrial Robots with an Extended Degree of Freedom

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