Metal Granules and Modelling
Check out our photo feature and get a glimpse into what the HZG’s Materials Design and Characterisation Department is doing with metal granules made of magnesium. We don’t want to give away too much here, but it concerns medical technology.
In addition to metals, this issue also looks at models and simulations: readers will find an interview with the director of the German Climate Computing Centre Prof. Thomas Ludwig, coastal researcher Dr. Volker Matthias reports on atmospheric simulations and Prof. Martin Müller about the German Engineering Materials Center (GEMS).
In portrait: Prof. Corinna Schrum, Head of the Institute for Coastal Research and Mechanical Engineering PhD student Martin Reimann. You can also find out how the coastal reasearchers are exploring new ways of flow calculation.
You'll find these and many other topics from our centre in the current issue of in2science, which is now available on the internet. What’s special is that additional information can be accessed from several pages. Links, for example, might open short videos or take you directly to publications.
The English translation of In2Science#4 is currently under way, and the English edition will be available soon.
We hope you enjoy reading this issue and we look forward to getting your feedback.
Right now in German language only, the English edition will be available soon.