Control 2021 Virtual

Systems and technologies for industrial quality assurance

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“Waste4Future“ paves new ways for plastics recycling

Seven Fraunhofer Institutes, including Fraunhofer IZFP, are pooling their expertise in the lighthouse project “Waste4Future“ to develop new solutions for the recycling of carbonated waste.

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Our Institute now interactive!

Take a look at the newly designed interactive presentation of our development and research activities! (subtitles in English)

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Predictive Maintenance in the Energy and Process Industry | | Hybrid Conference, 9./10.11.2021, Munich

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2nd International Conference TMM-CH

Transdisciplinary Multispectral Modelling and Cooperation for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage Rebranding the World in Crisis through Culture, 12.-15. December 2021, Athens, Greece

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Our Corporate Video

Insights into our application-oriented research and development activities

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Cognitive Sensor Systems. Efficient Processes.

Fraunhofer IZFP is an internationally networked research and development institute in the field of applied research. Its activities are focused on the development of "cognitive sensor systems" for the nondestructive monitoring of industrial processes and value chains. The Institute's technical understanding of inspection and sensor physics is supplemented by technologies and concepts from AI research, which are used to develop sensor systems for the NDT of tomorrow. In addition to pure production processes, the activities cover equally processes from materials and product development, maintenance, repair, and recycling of materials.

The current research focus relates to the development of sensors that are suited to capture production-related microstructural patterns and to merge them in the sense of an individual fingerprint, a so-called "product DNA". In the future, these "digital product files" will open up completely new approaches for the optimization of the individual sectors of a material and product lifecycle.

 

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News

 

11.5.2021

Fraunhofer IZFP at “Control Virtual 2021“

Fraunhofer IZFP presents systems and technologies for industrial quality assurance

 

Press Release / 4.5.2021

“Waste4Future“ paves new ways for plastics recycling

Development of solutions for the recycling of carbonated waste

 

 

Annual Report 2020 now online

Take a look inside our latest annual report and learn more about our current development and research activities.

 

 

Programmable materials

Mechanical metamaterials: research dream or revolutionary technology for industrial applications?

 

Determination of preload force of screwings

Determination of preload force over the entire life cycle of screwings

Fraunhofer IZFP Research Groups

 

AutomaTiQ

”AutomaTiQ” is a joint research group of htw saar and Fraunhofer IZFP, founded in 2016 and located in Saarbrücken.

 

Fraunhofer Attract Funding Program

Fraunhofer IZFP Research Group ”SigMaSense”

Upcoming Fairs, Conferences

Hybrid-Conference, 15.-18.8.2021, Vienna, Austria

DAGA 2021 - 47. Jahrestagung für Akustik

Virtual Conference, 12.-16.9.2021

EUROMAT 2021

November, 2021, Bertinoro, Italy

TeaM Cables Summer School

Hybrid Conference, 9./10.11.2021, Munich, Germany

Predictive Maintenance in the Energy and Process Industry

International Conference, 12.-15.12.2021, Athens, Greece

2nd International Conference TMM-CH

Transdisciplinary Multispectral Modelling and Cooperation for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage

International Conference, 28.2.-4.3.2022, Songdo Convensia, Incheon, Korea

20th WCNDT

20th World Conference on Non-Destructive Testing (WCNDT 2020)