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Welcome to Fraunhofer ICT#

Our scientists carry out research and development work within the key competences areas energetic materials, energetic systems, applied electrochemistry, environmental engineering and polymer engineering.

Shredded rotor blade from a wind mill as a starting material for high-value composite recycling
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Shredded rotor blade from a wind mill as a starting material for high-value composite recycling
Forschungsmotor mit eingebautem Leichtbau-Zylindergehäuse
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Forschungsmotor mit eingebautem Leichtbau-Zylindergehäuse
PLA samples in different shapes, colors and qualities, produced within the InnoREX project
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PLA samples in different shapes, colors and qualities, produced within the InnoREX project
Cross-section of a window profile with a fire protection foam filling
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Cross-section of a window profile with a fire protection foam filling
Flow through the FFE cell
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Flow through the FFE cell (FFE = Free Flow Electrophoresis)
The melting ice cube shows the storage principle of phase change materials. The phase change of ice / water is at 0 °C.
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The melting ice cube shows the storage principle of phase change materials. The phase change of ice / water is at 0 °C.
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Die neue Open Reed Weave (ORW) Webtechnik ermöglicht die Einbringung von Carbonfasern entlang hochbelasteter Bereiche. So kann die teure Carbonfaser genau dort eingesetzt werden, wo sie im Bauteil benötigt wird. Die Abbildung zeigt die Carbonstruktur, welche einen Lampentopf verstärken soll.
Verbrennung & Pyrotechnik
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Verbrennung & Pyrotechnik

The institute at a glance#

Departments

Our position in the research landscape is based on our core competences.  

Core competences

We carry out applied research oriented toward the requirements of our corporate and public sector customers.

Sustainability

In accordance with Fraunhofer’s guiding principles, we consider it our mission to make our business operations more sustainable.

How it all began

Find out how the »Institute for Chemistry and Propellants« became today’s »Institute for Chemical Technology«.

How to reach us#

How to find us

Here you can find the addresses of all our sites and a map of how to reach the institute.

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Contact

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