Transolv Activities
RUB » Cluster of Excellence RESOLV (EXC 1069) » Solvation Science RUB

Transolv Activities

18.11.2016: Workshop at Borosa Acoustic Levitation

On 18th of November Dr. Danijel Borosa from Borosa Acoustic Levitation invited to the afternoon workshop "From the idea to a marketable product - how to found a start-up company". He explained how a production and design process works and showed different prototypes and the marketable product.

12.09.2016: Excursion to ThyssenKrupp Steel

On 12th of September 2016 TranSOLV is organising an excursion to ThyssenKrupp Steel Europe.
ThyssenKrupp Steel Europe is one of the world’s leading suppliers of high-grade flat steel. With around 27,000 employees, this company supplies high-quality steel products for innovative and demanding applications in a wide range of industries, including the automotive industry, machinery and plant engineering, the packaging industry and the energy sector.

20.04.2016: Excursion to Bayer Health Care

On the 20th of April 2016 TranSOLV is organizing an excursion to Bayer Health Care in Wuppertal.
Bayer Health Care has over 100 years of experience in the fields of pharmaceutical research, development and production at their location in Wuppertal. About 20 different active agents are developed at this location, which are then further processed to medicine in other Bayer plants and finally send all over the world. Besides that, chemical and biotechnological processing is also situated at the Bayer plant in Wuppertal, since novel drugs can only be produced industrially after chemists, biologists and engineers have developed new processes.

17.11.2015: Kaminabend - Meet the Professionals

On 17th of November 2015 more than 40 PhD students and early postdocs from RESOLV got the opportunity to talk to CEOs, Department Managers, R&D Managers and Alumni about possible future visions in lively armchair discussions during a delicious dinner buffet. We appreciated to welcome seven industrial representatives as our guests in restaurant Strätlingshof in Bochum. Download the Guest list.

June 2015: Stand at the ACHEMA

From 15th until 19th of June, 2015 TranSOLV will present the leading research in the field of Solvation Science at the "ACHEMA - Weltforum und 31. Internationale Leitmesse der ProzessindustrieBlaupause" in Frankfurt.

27.11.2014: RESOLV meets Evonik

On the 27th of November 2014 the RESOLV Community met Evonik group leaders, coming from all research areas of Evonik. The program included talks introducing the research program of Evonik and talks introducing RESOLV to Evonik as well as an informal get together.

22.10.2014: Excursion to VdZ

On the 22nd of October 2014 TranSOLV organised an excursion to the "Verein deutscher Zementwerke" (VdZ) in Düsseldorf.
VdZ is a research institution employing about 200 employees working on industrial cement production with focus on cement chemistry. The production of calcium silicates being responsible for the strength of the concrete after reaction with water have priority. Besides issues in materials science the research institutes also deals with the topics of energy efficiency in high temperature processes and issues concerning industrial environment protection.

23.06.2014: Excursion to Fraunhofer UMSICHT

On the 23rd of June a group of master and PhD students visited the Fraunhofer institute UMSICHT in Oberhausen. UMSICHT aims at advancing sustainable economies, environmentally friendly technologies and innovative approaches. The customers are industrial enterprises, service companies and public authorities.
During the excursion, the visitors got an overview about Fraunhofer UMSICHT in the technical department and in the different laboratories. Approximately 280 permanent employees and 200 students and trainees work at the institute.

06.05.2014: Talk on Trade Mark Rights

On 6th of May 2014 TranSOLV and the Fraunhofer UMSICHT institute have organised a joint talk about Patent Law (in German):
Dr.-Ing. Hartmut Pflaum, Fraunhofer UMSICHT, Germany
Innovation und Schutzrechte – Ein erster Einblick

read more