Applications & Circular Economy

In the field of environmentally friendly and resource-saving materials, the spectrum ranges from light metal components or streamlined surfaces for automotive and aircraft construction, to nanostructured materials that can generate electricity from heat, to printable solar cells for bags or small sensors for items of clothing that will soon make it possible to "harvest" energy that is already available for laptops directly from the environment, or to convert the jogger's pressure on his running shoe into electricity for a cell phone. But also in questions of production, process and process engineering, resource-saving and ecologically sensible developments in materials science and materials technology in all areas ensure that our environment remains clean - or becomes clean again. With its expert committees, the DGM sets the decisive standards and provides central impulses.

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