Formation and stabilisation mechanisms of defects in carbon-doped and self-doped titanate nanotubes

Project leader: Prof. Uta Helbig

Researchers: Dominik Eitel, M.Sc.

Funded by the German Research Foundation

Funding period: 15 Mar 2021 - 15 Mar 2024

Additive manufacturing to integrate sensor structures into mechatronic systems

The collective research project “PrESens” examines the manufacturability and integration of resistive sensors (strain, temperature) by means of printing technologies in industrial components.

Project lead: Prof. Marcus Reichenberger
Researcher(s): Jewgeni Roudenko, M. Sc.
Funded by: Collective Industrial Research
Period: 1 Oct 2020 - 30 Sept 2022

Production of moulded interconnected devices using high-build printing for densely packed high-performance applications

Evaluation and selection of suitable printing technologies and appropriate printing and substrate materials, and the development of suitable packaging and connection technologies for surface-mounted passive and active electronic construction elements on moulded components.

Project lead: Prof. Marcus Reichenberger, Dr Ing.
Researcher(s): Hümmer, Michael, M.Sc.
Funded by: ZIM/BMWi
Period: 1 April 2020 - 30 April 2022

Therefore, a system for the additive manufacturing of LSR silicone building components is being developed within the framework of the FlexSiliconAdditive project.


Project lead: Prof. Michael Koch, Dr Ing. Dipl. Wirt. Ing.

Researcher(s): Robin Löffler, M.Sc.

Contributors: KL TECHNIK GmbH & Co. KG, Rapid Prototyping

Funded by: Central Innovation Programme for SMEs (ZIM)

Funding period: 1 May 2022 – 31 July 2024

Scan4KMU project is funded by the EU and aims to qualify SMEs in the Nuremberg Metropolitan Region to conduct component analysis using industrial surface scanning and x-ray methods.


Project lead: Prof. Michael Koch, Dr Ing. Dipl. Wirt. Ing.

Researcher(s): Daniel Gerth and Johanna Graml

Funded by: REACT-EU

Funding period: 1 Jan 2022 - 31 Dec 2023

RecycloSil - Preparation, recycling, and material recovery from cured silicones

The RecycloSil research project aims to evaluate the recycling potential of cured silicones and to develop a suitable process to break down cured silicone products (e.g., old silicone baking moulds or silicone sealants) back into their molecular components in a controlled and energy-efficient way at the end of their product life cycle.

Project lead: Prof.Dennis Troegel

Researcher(s): Students at the Faculty of Applied Chemistry

Funded by: STAEDTLER Foundation

Funding period: 1 Oct 2021 - 31 Mar 2023

ADCERMED – Additive manufacture of multimaterial-ceramic components in direct inkjet printing process for use in medical devices

This joint project aims to develop and build production equipment for ceramic components.

Project lead: Prof. Michael Koch, Dr.-Ing.

Researcher(s): Frank Prechtel, M.Sc.

Contributors: Rauschert Heinersdorf-Pressig GmbH, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg

Funded by: Bavarian Joint Research Program (BayVFP) – “Materialien und Werkstoffe”

Funding period: 1 Jan 2021 – 30 Nov 2024