20th International Dresden Lightweight Engineering Symposium to be held June 9-10, 2016, in Dresden

Jun 07, 2016, 07:53 ET from State Capital of Dresden

DRESDEN, Germany, June 7, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --

Lightweight Systems Engineering is the Key to the Mobility in the Digital Age 

- Main topic will be digitalised lightweight engineering: how lightweight systems engineering plays a key role in future mobility solutions

- Highlight: On June 10, 2016, the Institute for Lightweight Engineering and Polymer Technology (ILK) of Dresden University of Technology (TU Dresden) will open a new laboratory at the Research Center for Carbon Fibers Saxony (RCCF) that will serve the manufacturing of novel carbon fibers

- China to be the Lightweight Engineering Symposium's partnership country

Lightweight Systems Engineering makes Resource-efficient Mobility possible

This anniversary event focuses on lightweight systems engineering as the driving force of innovation for mobility in the digital age. In the course of global megatrends like digitalization, sustainability, urbanization, connectivity and mobility, novel materials, technologies and their systems become necessary to support the changing needs of the world's population which is projected to rise to over nine billion in 2050.

Novel System Engineering blazes the Trail for Customized Carbon Fibers

On June 10, as a highlight of the anniversary celebration of the Lightweight Engineering Symposium, the Research Center for Carbon Fibers Saxony (RCCF) will debut its new laboratory. The RCCF, founded in April 2016, bundles TU Dresden's expertise in lightweight fibers with extreme strength and stiffness. To this end, the ILK and the Institute of Textile Machinery and High Performance Material Technology (ITM) are forming a joint research initiative to examine the continuous development processes from the fiber's raw material to the finished component.

Full Press Release: http://datas.weichertmehner.com/idles2016.pdf

Contact: State Capital Dresden, Kai Schulz, spokesman: +49-(0)3-51-4-88-23-90; presse@dresden.de


SOURCE State Capital of Dresden