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Eleven professors and their teams from the disciplines of mechanical engineering, chemistry and physics form the consortium ILH.

The research of the working group Bremser (Coatings, Materials & Polymers) is focused on the synthesis of polymers, particles and hybrid systems, which are used both for coatings and for different materials.

The chair deals with the study of hydrogen-rich systems in condensed phases (liquids, solids and supramolecular systems).

Today the Polymer Engineering Paderborn (KTP) stands for almost 30 years of successful research and development of manufacturing processes in the field of plastics.

The Laboratory of Materials and Joining Technology (LWF) is a nationally and internationally recognized research institute with a focus on the fields of joining technology and materials technology.

The Chair of Engineering Mechanics (LTM) investigates in experiments, modelling and numerical methods with efficient simulation of large-dimension finite element structures with innovative materials.

Today, forming technology can be the key to the efficient and ecological manufacture of innovative products with great usability.

The major objective of research of the chair of materials science (LWK) is the examination of the relationships between the production processes, the process induced microstructural characteristics and its resulting technical properties focuses primarily metallic materials.

The activities of the chair for Automotive Lightweight Design (LiA) include the design and interpretation of lightweight components, the calculation and simulation as well as the experimental verification of research results.

The Chair “Nanopatterning, Nanoanalysis, Photonic Materials” analyzes and develops methods enabling the fabrication of nanopatterned solid surfaces.

The chair of Technical and Macromolecular Chemistry (TMC) focuses its research on theoretical/experimental understanding of molecular adhesion, surface chemistry and interfaciale electrochemistry, nanostructured surfaces and interfaces, functionality and stability of polymer/oxide/metal-interfaces and self-healing processes.

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