Leibniz-Institute for New Materials

Saarbrücken, Germany - 7 Followers

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Interested GeographiesWestern Europe Interested Industries Auto & Automotive, Industrial Engineering, Telecommunication, Science & Research, Business Services, Education & Training, Logistics & Transportation, Food & Beverages
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Leibniz-Institute for New Materials is a nonprofit organization that was established in the year 1987. The acronym of this organization is INM. The organization is situated in Germany and is the leading international centre for materials research. This institute focuses on the research and development of materials. INM is an institute that allows all kinds of research related with chemistry physics biology materials and engineering. This organization is a scientific partner for the research and development for companies all around the world. It organizes several conferences and seminars that offer great information about the development and advancement of the sector. Prof. Dr. Eduard Artz is the Chairman of the Board of directors of the institute. It cooperates with other national and international institutions and encourages the share and exchange of information among them.

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12th - 17th
Jul, 2020

Dagstuhl Seminar on Adaptive Resource Management for HPC Systems

Wadern, Germany #Business Services
19th - 24th
Jul, 2020

Dagstuhl Seminar on Matching Under Preferences: Theory and Practice

Wadern, Germany #Education
26th - 31st
Jul, 2020

Dagstuhl Seminar on Scalable Handling of Effects

Wadern, Germany #Education
26th - 31st
Jul, 2020

Dagstuhl Seminar on Quantum Complexity: Theory and Application

Wadern, Germany #Education
16th - 21st
Aug, 2020

Dagstuhl Seminar on Cognitive Augmentation

Wadern, Germany #IT
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Leibniz-Institute for New Materials as Event Organizer

FLAGSHIP EVENTDagstuhl Seminar on Approximate Systems
POPULARDagstuhl Seminar on Geometric Modeling: Interoperability and New Challenges
POPULARDagstuhl Seminar on Digital Disinformation: Taxonomy, Impact, Mitigation, and Regulation