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Welcome, new fellowship holders!

Welcome, new fellowship holders!

We are delighted to introduce further fellowship holders of the School for Additive Manufacturing!

M. Sc. Robin Kahlfeld completed his studies of Mechanical Engineering at Leibniz Universität Hannover with a master’s thesis on “Design, construction and simulation of a measurement section to investigate high temperature gas flows by varying the heat radiation and flow velocity”. In our programme SAM, his research is focusing on “Passive control elements for intelligent flow control in heat exchangers”, supervised by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Stephan Kabelac at the Institut für Thermodynamik of LUH.

M. Sc. Timon Steinhoff is investigating the “Degradation behaviour of additively manufactured components with local functional properties” within the School for Additive Manufacturing, guided by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Hans Jürgen Maier and Dr.-Ing. Christian Klose at the Institut für Werkstoffkunde of Leibniz Universität Hannover. In the course of the graduation thesis of his master's degree in chemistry, Mr. Steinhoff dealt with the “Fabrication, Thermoelectric and Microstructural Characterization of Cu-Ni-based Alloys”.

With his master´s thesis on “Conceptual design and development of a silicon optics with an adjustable focal point”, M. Sc. Arved Ziebehl completed his Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering at LUH. Within the School for Additive Manufacturing, Mr. Ziebehl’s scientific work is focusing on the “Additive production of functionalized silicone optics”. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Roland Lachmayer and Dr.-Ing. Alexander Wolf are supervising his doctoral project at Institut für Produktentwicklung und Gerätebau of LUH.

M. Sc. Maraike Gräbner graduated in Materials Science and Engineering at the Technische Universität Clausthal with a master’s thesis on the “Characterization of the process influence on different materials in Additive Manufacturing”. Ms. Gräbner’s doctoral project is supervised by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Volker Wesling at the Institut für Schweißtechnik und Trennende Fertigungsverfahren of Technische Universität Braunschweig. Her research within the SAM is focusing on the “Development of hybrid material systems with sensor properties”.