We cordially welcome further fellowship holders of the School for Additive Manufacturing!

<p> M. Sc. Marjin J. Goutier studied Industrial Engineering at the University of Twente, Enschede and wrote his master´s thesis on “Methods for Implementing Additive Manufacturing Processes in a Product Life Cycle”. In the course of his doctoral fellowship, Mr. Goutier is working on the project “Additive manufacturing of integrated piezoresistive sensors” at the Institut für Konstruktionstechnik of the Technische Universität Braunschweig, supervised by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Vietor and Dr.-Ing. Hagen Watschke.</p>

With a master’s thesis on the “Optimization of thermally sprayed coatings for the construction of gas turbines based on optical process diagnostic methods”, M. Sc. Lennart V. Hölscher recently completed his studies in Production Engineering at the Technische Universität Berlin. Within the School for Additive Manufacturing, he is now working on the project “Process-integrated self-regulation of the Wire and Arc Additive Manufacturing (WAAM) process to produce graded designed materials” at the Institut für Werkstoffkunde of the Leibniz Universität Hannover (LUH), supervised by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Hans Jürgen Maier and Dr.-Ing. Thomas Hassel.

M. Sc. Julia Jogosz completed her master's degree in mechanical engineering at the Hochschule Mannheim University this year with a thesis entitled “Investigation on the wear mechanism of spark plug”. In our programme SAM, she is working on the project “Atomic Layer Deposition for conformal surface functionalization of parts produced by additive manufacturing” at the Laser Zentrum Hannover e. V. under the guidance of Prof. Dr. Detlev Ristau and Dr. rer. nat. Henrik Ehlers.

After completing the master’s programme of Mechanical Engineering at the LUH with a thesis dealing with the “Characterization of the mechanical properties of CMSX-4 components processed by laser powder deposition welding” recently, M. Sc. Nick Schwarz is now working under the guidance of Prof. Dr.-Ing. Henning Ahlers at the Laser Zentrum Hannover e. V. For his doctoral project within the School for Additive Manufacturing, Mr. Schwarz is concerned with the “Additive manufacturing of functionally graded metals with coaxial powder-wire-hybrid feed”.