Research partners and networks

Cooperation partner (international)

The main cooperation partners of the Fraunhofer IWS in the United States are the "Center for Coatings and Diamond Technologies" (CCD) at the Michigan State University in East Lansing and the "Center for Laser Applications" (CLA) in Plymouth, Michigan near Detroit. The Fraunhofer project center in Poland works actively on establishing the Fraunhofer model in the Polish research market. The partnership with the Technical University in Wrocław represents the first Fraunhofer cooperation in Poland.

 

Center for Coatings and Diamond Technologies (CCD)

The Fraunhofer CCD’s projects address coating and technology solutions that combine expertise in processes, materials, and systems engineering with scientific excellence, quality and project management.

 

Center for Laser Applications (CLA)

The center provides a wide range of laser processes, including welding, cutting, drilling, coating, heat treatment, surface marking, and patterning, as well as additive manufacturing.

 

Fraunhofer Project Center for Laser Integrated Manufacturing (PCW-Polen)

The researchers at the Fraunhofer Project Center in Wrocław are working on new methods and technologies for optical measurements and surface inspections of components that are difficult to refine. Reverse Engineering activities are closely linked with physical objects digitization and 3D computer model creation.

Cooperation partner TU Dresden

 

Institute of Manufacturing Technology, TU Dresden

At the Institute of Manufacturing Technology, TU Dresden, the basics of the main fields of manufacturing technology are investigated and the corresponding production processes are further developed.

 

Institute of Materials Science (IfWW), TU Dresden

At the Institute of Materials Science (IfWW) of the TU Dresden, the scientists of the chair of Materials Science research fundamental issues of materials science in connection with applicationoriented solutions.The main research topics arise from areas such as structure-parameter interactions of metallic and intermetallic materials, surface treatment technology, heat treatment and Additive Manufacturing.

 

Faculty of Chemistry and Food Chemistry

The Chair of Inorganic Chemistry I explores modern inorganic materials from synthesis to characterization and application. Research fields are Energy Materials, Environmental Materials, Light and Surfaces as well as Industrial Inorganic Chemistry.

Cooperations in Dresden

 

Dresden Innovation Center Energy Efficiency DIZEEFF

Four Fraunhofer institutes and nine institutes of the TU Dresden jointly research in 23 projects to improve the energy efficiency of materials, processes and products.

 

DRESDEN-concept

Excellence of science and culture

The DRESDEN-concept is a research alliance of the TUD together with the strong partnership of the research and culture areas resulting in the ideal way to communicate the excellence of research in Dresden.

Fraunhofer Groups and Alliances

Success with cooperation