22. October 2018// GERRI // Press&Media

Member of the GERRI executive board elected to the GDMB chairman

On 11 October 2018 Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael Stelter was elected concordantly to chairman of the GDMB Society of Metallurgists and Miners. Prof. Stelter is one of the GERRI executive board members and director of the Institute for Nonferrous Metallurgy and Purest Materials of the TU Bergakademie Freiberg. The election took place at the general assembly in Goslar. Until now, Prof. Stelter was a member of the presiding committee and an acting chairman of GDMB.

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28. September 2018// GERRI // Press&Media

GERRI becomes association

With the founding of an association, the German Resource Research Institute is taking the next step to further promote the bundling of raw material expertise from science and industry for the German economy.

The promotion of science and research in the field of raw materials is one of the most important goals of the association. "We represent the interests of German resource research in Germany and abroad and manage strategic research cooperation. By networking actors and pooling expertise, we are a decisive point of contact for raw materials, which become an increasingly important topic for industry and society alike," explains Prof. Dr. Dr. Markus Reuter, Director of the Helmholtz Institute for Resource Technology (HIF) at the HZDR and First Chairman of the association. Prof. Daniel Goldmann, head of the Institute for Processing, Landfill Technology and Geomechanics at Clausthal University of Technology, was elected second chairman.

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New associated partners! BAM and TH Nürnberg join GERRI

In early 2018 the Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM) and the Nuremberg Institute of Technology (or Nuremberg Tech) joined GERRI as associated partners. BAM is a scientific and technical institute with responsibility to the Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy (BMWi). As an interface between economy, science and politics, BAM will be an important partner in the GERRI network. The federal authority has state-of-the-art testing facilities and strengthens our service divisions with its expertise in materials testing and development. 

Furthermore, Nuremberg Tech joins the network, represented by the Institute of Mechanical Process Engineering under the direction of Prof. U. Teipel. With a research focus on particle technologies and raw material innovations and efficiency, they are expanding our team very well. GERRI is looking forward to the upcoming cooperation with both institutions.

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TH Nürnberg - Research Group "Particle technologies, raw material innovations and ressource efficiency"

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