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Aktuelle Artikel vom wbk Institut für Produktionstechnik
 Artificial intelligence: Process optimization in production

The wbk is partnering to offer free video training on machine learning for manufacturing companies.

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 Janna Hofmann receives Südwestmetall Award

Once again, the wbk Institute for Production Technology was able to secure a sponsorship award from the employers' association Südwestmetall.

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 Research project EN-AI-BLER

Intelligent provision of production data to increase added value through AI applications

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 wbk Institute at the Hannover Messe 2021

The wbk will present itself at the virtual Hannover Messe from April 12 to 16, 2021 as part of KIT in the "Future Hub", at the virtual booth of Siemens and at the Baden-Württemberg Pavilion Transformation Hub Electromobility.

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 Prof. Fleischer Member of the Advisory Board "Battery Research Germany"

Prof. Jürgen Fleischer, head of the wbk Institute for Production Technology, has been appointed as a member of the advisory board "Battery Research Germany".

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 BMBF InnoPuls Congress on the "Future of Value Creation"

At the BMBF InnoPuls Congress, experts from politics, business and science discussed the guidelines for production, services and work of the future in Germany and Europe.

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DemoBatDeMoBat - Industrielle Demontage von Batteriemodulen und E-Motoren zur strategischen Rohstoffsicherung

Bedingt durch das wachsende Umweltbewusstsein sowie die strengeren Emissionsvorschriften werden batterieelektrische Elektrofahrzeuge (BEV) immer beliebter und die Verkaufszahlen steigen. Nach dem Lebensende des BEV gilt es, die verbauten Elektromotoren und Lithium-Ionen-Traktionsbatterien in ihre einzelnen Bestandteile zu zerlegen und diese der Kreislaufwirtschaft zurückzuzuführen oder zu recyceln

 Agile production: More than 14 million euros for battery research

Flexibly adaptable cells are needed so that batteries can be fitted precisely even in convoluted spaces and can store more energy. Scientists at the wbk Institute of Production Technology at KIT are now developing an agile production system with which battery cells can be manufactured with complete flexibility in terms of format, material, and number of units. 

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 Prof. Lanza on the Advisory Board of China Netzwerk Baden-Württemberg

Prof. Gisela Lanza, head of the wbk Institute for Production Technology at KIT, advises the China Netzwerk Baden-Württemberg e.V. as an advisory board member. (CNBW).

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