Events and Seminars
Rolling of flat productsCopyright: Salzgitter Flachstahl GmbH
September 2 to 4, 2019
The seminar "Walzen von Flachprodukten" is an annual event where the participants get a comprehensive insight into the rolling process chain, the associated processes and plants as well as models and calculation strategies. The seminar is aimed at employees involved in the design and optimization of rolling processes. more...
Forming SeminarCopyright: IBF
November 6 and 7, 2019
The seminar for forming techniques is an annual event, which introduces the possibilities and flexibility of different simulation methods for metal forming processes. The seminar is held in German and is dedicated to employees in quality or research divisions as well as operators who deal with product developing or forming questions. more...
Forum RingrollingCopyright: Ahrens+Steinbach Projekte
November 11, 2019
The objective of the forum is to facilitate a technical exchange on ring rolling and to intensify the cooperation between industrial users of ring rolling and research institutes. The exchange on current topics and challenges promotes development, innovation and education. more...
Forum Open-Die ForgingCopyright: Martin Braun
November 12, 2019
The objective of the forum is to facilitate a technical exchange on open die forging and to intensify cooperation between the forging industry and research institutes. The exchange on current topics and challenges promotes development, innovation and education. more...
Open-Die Forging SeminarCopyright: IBF
November 27 and 28, 2019
The seminar „Open-die forging – Seminar for foremen and technicians” is organized in cooperation with the VDEh- Open die forging committee and introduces the fundamentals of industrial open-die forging. The seminar is held in German and is mainly dedicated to foremen and technicians, but also to engineers, which are new in the field of open-die forging. more...
ASK Metal Forming ConferenceCopyright: Tim Kurth
The ASK Conference is an industry oriented conference with a more than thirty year tradition and it is hosted every three years by the Institute of Metalforming.
Besides the traditionally established plenary sessions and an interesting trade exhibition, selected topics related to new developments of metal forming processes, machinery, products and simulation techniques will be discussed in parallel sessions. This offers participants and exhibitors even more opportunities to gather information and to interact.
Hot and Cold Rolling SeminarCopyright: Ahrens+Steinbach Projekte
The seminar on hot and cold rolling offered by the IBF gives participants the opportunity to refresh and enhance the knowledge of basics of flat rolling.
During hands-on experiments, participants can gain experience at a rolling stand and can use fast calculation models for the layout of rolling schedules. Previous knowledge on rolling is desirable but not necessary. more...
Basics of Aluminium ProcessingCopyright: aec
The Aluminium Engineering Center Aachen e.V. (aec) frequently offers seminars and colloquia, which in general address employees of the aluminium producing and processing industry. The aec-colloquium offers attractive presentations, whereas the aec-seminar has a practical focus. more...
Customer-Specific TrainingCopyright: IBF
Professional training is a decisive component for the competitiveness of modern companies. Our Institute offers several opportunities for training of smaller groups.
In close collaboration with interested partners, one- or multi-day trainings with different aims and scopes can be organized. Our central ambitions are to offer practical relevance as well as intensive training and personal mentoring.
Our employees use intensive teaching methods and good equipment to provide your colleagues or employees with comprehensive insight into the basics of the processes that are used in your company. You can benefit from the diversity of our research topics in that we can respond to your specific questions and requirements in customized training modules.
Contact: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Gerhard Hirt