The most recent advances in material science and technology with high industrial potential are presented and discussed. The workshops provide a unique opportunity to start or intensify the communication and cooperation between scientists and engineers.
KMM-VIN organizes a series of industrially oriented workshops (IW’s) in collaboration with leading research centres and industry
KMM-VIN Industrial Workshop (IW10): "Advanced Materials for Energy: challenges and opportunities", Turin, Italy - postponed to May 2023
The 10th KMM-VIN Industrial Workshop (IW10) on:
„ Advanced Materials for Energy: challenges and opportunities”
at the Politecnico di Torino, Turin, Italy has been postponed to May 2023.
The workshop details and the call for abstracts will be provided here.
Joint KMM-VIN / ViCEM / ESB cross-disciplinary workshop: "Biomedical and bioinspired materials and structures: a cross-disciplinary approach"
Joint KMM-VIN / ViCEM / ESB cross-disciplinary workshop:
"Biomedical and bioinspired materials and structures: a cross-disciplinary approach"
combining the 9th KMM-VIN Industrial Workshop, the Biennial ViCEM Meeting,
and the Austrian Chapter Meeting of ESB
KMM-VIN Industrial Workshop (IW8): "Modelling of composite materials and composite coatings"
On 9-10th October 2018 the 8th KMM-VIN Industrial Workshop (IW8) on "Modelling of composite materials and composite coatings" was held at the Fraunhofer Institute for Mechanics of Materials IWM in Freiburg, Germany.
See Programme and Abstracts
7th Industrial Workshop - Erlangen 2017
On 27th and 28th of September 2017 the 7th KMM-VIN Industrial Workshop (IW7) on „Biomaterials: Key Technologies for Better Healthcare” was held in Erlangen, Germany as a joint event organised by the Institute of Biomaterials of University of Erlangen-Nuremberg (FAU), InnoPlanT/Medical Valley Centre, FORM Laboratory-UK Erlangen and KMM-VIN AISBL.
See Programme and Abstracts
6th Industrial Workshop - Hatfield 2016
On 7th to 8th of April 2016 the KMM-VIN 6th Industrial Workshop on „Innovative Material Solutions for Transport Applications” was held at Hertfordshire University, Hatfield, UK as a joint event of University of Hertfordshire, Element Materials Technology Hitchin and KMM-VIN AISBL.
5th Industrial Workshop - Madrid 2016
On 26th of January 2016 the KMM-VIN 5th Industrial Workshop on „Multi-Scale and Multi-Physics Materials Modeling for Advanced Industries” was held at ETSI Industriales, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain as a joint event of KMM-VIN AISBL and Federation of European Materials Societies (FEMS).
4th Industrial Workshop - Graz 2015
On 30th of January 2015 the KMM-VIN 4th Industrial Workshop on „Advanced Materials Modelling for Industrial Practice” was held at Institute of Materials Science and Welding, TU Graz, Austria as a joint even of KMM-VIN AISBL and Federation of European Materials Societies (FEMS).
3rd Industrial Workshop - Dresden 2014
On November 3-4, 2014 the Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Technology and Advanced Materials IFAM-DD (KMM-VIN member) hosted in Dresden the 3rd KMM-VIN Industrial Workshop devoted to “Current Research on Materials and Technologies for Transport Applications”. 42 participants came to Dresden to discuss the latest R&D topics in materials and technologies for transport applications.
2nd Industrial Workshop - Bremen 2014
On May 21-22, 2014, the above mentioned workshop was held at Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Technology and Advanced Materials (IFAM) in Bremen, Germany. 42 specialists from industry, academia and medicine from 10 countries gathered for the event, which was co-organised by KMM-VIN and IFAM (see programme).
1st Industrial Workshop - Madrid 2013
The 1st KMM-VIN Industrial Workshop on “Materials for Energy” (IW1) was held on July 10, 2013 at lnstituto Nacional de Técnica Aeroespacial (INTA, KMM-VIN core member), Torrejón de Ardoz (Madrid), Spain.
The programme of IW1 included 12 oral presentations and 19 posters (click here to see programme).
With this workshop the KMM-VIN partnership has launched a series of training events for the Energy, Biomedicine and Transport sectors. The IW1 gathered over 60 participants, some of whom represented large industry and SME’s from the Energy sector.