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Dear members and friends of the DGM,

For exactly 100 years, the German Materials Society has been representing the interests of its members in the field of materials science and materials technology. It is based on tradition and yet open to visions - in other words, it stands firm on the ground and at the same time "reaches for the stars". No wonder, then, that the DGM anniversary celebration on 27 November 2019 in the architecturally visionary AXICA Congress and Conference Centre at the Brandenburg Gate, not far from the founding site of the Society, included the Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy as well as a genuine astronaut in the squad of congratulators.


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He was one of the eminent metallurgists and materials scientists of the 20th century: Prof. Hellmut Fischmeister passed away on November 6,...

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Weitere Termine der DGM-Fachausschüsse & Arbeitskreise

imgTechnical Committee Intermetallic Phases
24.01.2020, Nürnberg (Germany)

imgDrawing Committee - Meeting 2020
19.02. - 20.02.2020, Iserlohn/Hermer (Germany)

imgWorking Group Reinforcement of Ceramic Materials in GA High Performance Ceramics
05.03. - 06.03.2020, Augsburg (Germany)

imgWorking Group on Damage Mechanisms in Al Products at FA Aluminium
24.03.2020, Ranshofen (Austria)


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DGM Conferences & Exhibitions

Mark your calendar for the 23.-26. June 2020 when the leading international symposium in the field of Laser Precision Microfabrication (LPM)...

In September the third edition of the WerkstoffWoche took place with great success. The successful development that has made the...

The third edition of the international LightMAT conference took place in Manchester, UK from 5.-7. November 2019. As one of the leading...

"Hybrid Materials and Structures 2020" covers the entire spectrum of topics, from basic materials to design, from production to application,...

Once again materials scientists and engineers from Europe and beyond will meet at the Materials Science and Engineering Congress – MSE 2020...

Further DGM Conferences & Exhibitions

img5th Bioinspired Materials 2020
16.03. - 19.03.2020, Irsee (Germany)

imgMaterials and Additives Manufacturing
13.05. - 15.05.2020, Potsdam (Germany)

imgCeramic Materials - Training Conference
24.06. - 25.06.2020, Dresden (Germany)

img54th Metallography Conference 2020 - Materialography
16.009. - 18.09.2020, Saarbrücken (Germany)


External Events

1st International Conference on Programmable Materials (ProgMatCon2020), April 27 – 29, 2020 in Berlin

Further external events & exhibitions

imgLiving Materials 2020
vom 12.02. - 14.02.2020, Saarbrücken (Germany)

imgSymposium »Hochentropielegierungen: Potenziale für die industrielle Anwendung«
vom 10.03. - 13.03.2020, Dresden (Germany)

imgFuture 3D Additive Manufacturing
vom 29.03. - 02.04.2020, Schöntal (Germany)

img4. Freiberger-Feuerfest-Symposium 2020«
vom 20.04. - 22.04.2020, Freiberg (Germany)


German Research Foundation-DFG

Priority Programme “Compositionally Complex Alloys – High Entropy Alloys (CCA-HEA)” (SPP 2006)

Topics range from digital manufacturing technologies and human-machine interactions to the central nervous system / €101 million in funding for an...

Approximately 53,300 researchers cast their votes / 632 positions on 49 review boards / 32.1 percent of elected members are women


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The International Journal of Materials Research (IJMR) publishes original high quality experimental and theoretical papers and reviews on basic and...

Practical Metallography (PM) is an organ of the DGM and works closely with its technical committee for materialography.

In cooperation with the renowned scientific publisher Springer Spektrum, the German Society for Materials Science has created a book series for...

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