Tourist program on November 27th 2019

On November 27th 2019 (04:00 pm to 06:00 pm), all participants have the opportunity to take part in one out of the following three touristic events offered in co-operation with the Tourist Information Dresden:

  • Sightseeing walk incl. a visit to the dome of Dresden´s most famous church Frauenkirche
  • Sightseeing walk incl. VR adventure Timeride
  • Sightseeing tour in an eTukTuk incl. guided visit to Gläserne Manufaktur

Booking and payment are processed directly via the booking links. Here, you will be guided to the booking portal of the Tourist Information Dresden.

If you have any further questions regarding the touristic events on November 27th 2019, please contact:

Markus Bracklow
Touristeninformation für Dresden
Münzgasse 2
01067 Dresden
Tel.: +49 351 65 31 88 82
E-Mail: team@touristeninformation-dresden.de
www.touristeninformation-dresden.de

Scientific program on November 30th 2019

On Saturday, November 30th 2019 from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm, our attendees will once more have the opportunity to tour the following institutes as small groups:

  • Institute of Textile Machinery and High Performance Material Technology at TU Dresden (ITM)
  • Institute of Lightweight Engineering and Polymer Technology at TU Dresden (ILK)
  • Leibniz Institute of Polymer Research Dresden e.V. (IPF)

A round trip to each of the three institutes is offered with an hour long guided tour through the laboratories and machine room areas at each stop. The tours will be arranged into small groups of participants.

Participation is free of charge. The number of participants is limited to just 21 persons (3 groups of 7 participants).

A separate registration for this offer is required. Please use the online conference registration form.

Institute of Textile Machinery and High Performance Material Technology at TU Dresden (ITM)

  • Multifunctional coating and finishing machine with integrated atmospheric-pressure plasma unit for developing highly functional boundary layers for flexible materials based on polymers and metals
  • MALITRONIC® multiaxial stitch-bonding machine for the development and manufacture of textile-reinforced carbon materials for maintenance and reinforcement in the construction sector and fiber-reinforced plastic composites
  • UNIVAL jacquard rapier weaving technology for the development of high-tech woven fabrics with integrated functions for use in lightweight constructions
  • Rapier weaving machine DORNIER – Wire weaving loom for the development and manufacture of 3D woven wire fabrics
  • Solvent spinning technology for the manufacture of PAN precursor fibers, carbon fibers and bio- as well as high-performance materials
  • Spinning technology for the resource-efficient use of recycled carbon fibers aimed at the production of hybrid yarns for use in heavy duty components
  • Bicomponent hot melt spinning plant for the production of technical high-performance materials, hybrid yarns and biomaterials with variable cross-section morphologies

Institute of Lightweight Engineering and Polymer Technology at TU Dresden (ILK)

Insight into the manufacturing of fiber-reinforced composites at

  • Lightweight Structures Innovation Centre
  • Plastics Applications Centre
  • Process Engineering Centre

Leibniz Institute of Polymer Research Dresden (IPF)

  • Characterization of interfaces and surfaces of fibres and fibre-based materials on nanoscale using electrokinetics and wetting techniques
  • Control of the wettability of textiles by responsive polymer brushes
  • Pilot plants for glass-fibre and hydrid-yarn spinning
  • Micromechanical test lab
  • Optimized high-performance structural parts by means of Tailored Fibre Placement (TFP)

For further information please contact