The first application phase for the new priority program 2476 “Cross-process modelling in production technology” starts immediately!

On 25.04.24, we were once again able to welcome some young girls to our department as part of this year's GIRLS' DAY. We took advantage of the annual nationwide career orientation day for girls to introduce the schoolgirls to the exciting world of technology, science and innovation.

This year's project award winners were also honored during the celebration of the EFB's 75th anniversary in Würzburg. We are delighted to be among the winners again. Lorenz Maier impressed the jury with his research work on the development of a tryout manager for sheet metal forming.

Due to numerous requests, we have decided to extend the deadline for the submission of abstracts to April 30. We would be delighted if you would take this opportunity to submit an abstract.

Our SciWay - the new trainee program for Master's students - will also start at the beginning of the 2024 summer semester. Are you studying mechanical engineering at TUM and ready to take your career to the next level? Then join us and discover the many opportunities we have in store for you.

We are looking for YOU! If you are enthusiastic about exciting topics in production processes, tool and materials technology, mobility of the future or the use of AI in production, you have come to the right place. At the Chair of Forming Technology and Foundry Engineering, we offer you a young, friendly and positive environment with team spirit and a start-up feeling in which you can develop your…

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All researchers from the SPP2013 came together again on 28 November 2023 for a final colloquium on the stage of the Saxon Symposium on Forming Technology in Dresden.

On 30 November 2023, we cordially invite you to this year's Bavarian Barbara Conference in Garching. "Foundry technology in the area of conflict between resource consumption and sustainability" will be the central topic. The lectures will be complemented by the research marketplace with innovative, current research projects.

In a joint effort, employees of the utg department covered a total distance of 120 kilometres to collect donations for a charitable cause. The committed participants run about 12 km along the Isar river from Garching in the direction of Munich to the famous Aumeister beer garden.