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Congress Disruptive Materials

program of lectures on disruptive technologies

May 21–23, 2019, KölnMesse

location: KölnMesse, hall 4.2

organizer: Interzum

presentation: Dr. Sascha Peters

By topic "Disruptive Materials - Changing the Future" some of the latest material innovations and disruptive technologies will be presented at Interzum 2019. New materials are the main drivers of product innovation. This applies to product developers as well as to designers and architects. With more than 100 exhibits on around 400 square metres in Hall 4.2, the special area will focus on the main fields of innovation.

 

In addition to the exhibition, Haute Innovation will be staging a conference event with 18 lectures on the main topics of the exhibition on three days of the fair. The following lectures have already been confirmed:

 

May 21, 2019, 3pm - 5pm

Digital & Smart Materials

 

Intro: "Disruptive Materials - Smart Materials Technologies Revolutionize Design & Architecture", Dr. Sascha Peters (HAUTE INNOVATION, Berlin)


"Smart3: Application scenarios for intelligent materials in architecture and design", Mattes Brähmig (research consortium Smart3, Fraunhofer IWU, Dresden)

"Digitization of sleep through dynamic foams; super-oriented graphite as disruptive material for dissipating body heat", Tobias Kirchhoff (Variowell Development GmbH, Münster)

"Morphables: Programmable textiles for smart design", Cathryn McAnespy (UDK Berlin)

"4DmultiMATS: Personalised 3D- and 4D-Printing of programmable, self-adjusting and multifunctional Material Systems", Tiffany Cheng (ICD, University of Stuttgart)

"PLOTBOT/CRAWLER: Robot application for the functionalization of concrete walls and facades", Samira Aden (research platform Bau Kunst Erfinden, University of Kassel)

 

 

May 22, 2019, 11am - 1pm

Biologicat Transformation & Material Efficiency

 
Intro: "Material Innovations for Biological Transformation", Diana Drewes (HAUTE INNOVATION, Berlin)


"MycoTree: Mushroom building materials for CO2-free construction", Prof. Dirk Hebel (KIT, Karlsruhe)

"Wooden 3D Tubing: Lightweight structures made from super-stable high-tech woods", Yves Mattern (Lignoa Leichtbau GmbH, Nuremberg)

"Algae Powered Thermometer & Moss FM: Energy from living Plants", Fabienne Felder (LUMOT, Genspace, New York/USA)

"Butong: Transparent concrete and living facades", Lars Höglund (Butong AB, Stockholm/Sweden)

"Resortecs Stitching for a Circular Economy in Furniture", Cédric Vanhoeck (RESORTECS, Belgium)

 

 

 

May 23, 2019, 1pm - 3pm

Innovative Production & Additive Manufacturing


Intro: "Disruptive Technologies for Produktion & Manufacturing", Dr. Sascha Peters (HAUTE INNOVATION, Berlin)

 

"Baubotanik: building with living plants", Prof. Ferdinand Ludwig (TU München)

"DETON 3D: Organic concrete with natural fibre reinforcement and 3D robot technologies for a vision of the future Construction 4.0", Nail Förderer (DETON, Berlin)

"Large scale bio-based 3D printing: Re-defining architectural products", Hedwig Heinsman (Aectual, Amsterdam)

"Free Metal Blowing for architectural structures", Dr. Oskar Zieta (Zieta Design Studio, Wroclaw/Polen)

"Foldable Vehicles & Wheels", Andrea Mocellin (Revolve, Italy)

 

www.interzum.de

 

 

 

image: 3D printed flooring (source: Aectual, Amsterdam) 

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