Munich – Academia and the joining technology industry met in Munich for the 6th joining technology colloquium on EFB, FOSTA and DVS research. on December 7 and 8. 1110 participants were informed about the status of research into mechanical joining technology and new developments of system manufacturers at the University of Munich. WEBER Schraubautomaten GmbH sponsored two diploma students to allow them to take part in the joining colloquium. “The close alliance between industry and academia is an opportunity for technological advancements, considering the great development potential that exists in the field of joining technology“, says Robert Stützer, a technologist at WEBER. “For this reason, as one of the pioneers in mechanical joining technology, we are very keen to support brilliant minds from academia and technology”. Annex: 3 image motifs BU1: Robert Stützer and Michael Widenmayer from WEBER flank the two students of the LWF, Stefan Neumann und Dennis Gaidetzka – perhaps it will result in a longer-term cooperation. BU2: From the left: Prof. Knuth-Michael Henkel (Fraunhofer-Anwendungszentrum Großstrukturen in der Produktionstechnik), Prof. Gerson Meschut (Laboratorium für Werkstoff- und Fügetechnik LWF, Uni Paderborn), Marcus Kubanek (DVS Forschung), Robert Stützer (WEBER Schraubautomaten GmbH), Prof. Heidi Cramer (SLV München), Stefan Neumann (LWF), Jens Jerzembeck (DVS Forschung), Rainer Salomon (FOSTA), Michael Widenmayer (WEBER Schraubautomaten GmbH), Dennis Gaidetzka (LWF), Dr. Norbert Wellmann (EFB)
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