Conferences and trade fairs

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  • Munich (Germany), Hall C2, Booth 528 / 01/14/2019 - 01/19/2019

    BAU 2019

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    Digitization, climate change, scarcity of resources and housing shortages - these trends call for society, business and research alike to change their ways. The construction industry also has to develop innovative and sustainable solutions to meet the constantly growing demands placed on buildings. It is becoming increasingly important to think in cross-industry terms and act via networks. The member institutes of the Fraunhofer Building Innovation Alliance are working continuously on interdisciplinary solutions and systems to actively shape the "living spaces of the future". With its special show at BAU 2019, Hall C2, Booth 528, the Fraunhofer alliance will be presenting innovative products and system solutions from its construction research.

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  • Fraunhofer ICT, Pfinztal, Germany / 05/13/2019 - 05/16/2019

    11th International Heat Flow Calorimetry Symposium on Energetic Materials

    The next International Heat Flow Calorimetry Symposium on Energetic Materials (HFCS-EM) will take place in May 2019. This will be the 11th symposium in a series that started more than 20 years ago in 1997. The venue will again be the Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology ICT, which successfully hosted the HFCS-EM in 2008.

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  • Convention Center, Karlsruhe, Germany / 06/25/2019 - 06/28/2019

    50th International Annual Conference of the Fraunhofer ICT

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    For 50 years the International Annual Conference of the Fraunhofer ICT has given scientists in the global energetic materials community from all over the world a forum to share and discuss their research. Some of the research goals pursued 50 years ago – such as enhanced performance and safety or low production costs – are as relevant today as they were in the past. However, new research trends have also emerged. For example, increased awareness of environmental impact and toxic effects on humans has stimulated a plethora of research into green alternatives to traditional energetic materials like lead azide.

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