Here you can browse through all past 3DMM2O News.
|Second event in Lecture Series|
The Cluster's Lecture Series in 3D Printing continues. The second lecture will be presented by Dr. Venera Weinhardt on July 18, 2019, 2.45 pm, in the context of the HEiKA Day 2019 at Heidelberg University.Learn more
|Barner-Kowollik elected as Academy of Science Fellow|
PI Barner-Kowollik has been elected as a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science for his significant and lasting impact in the field of soft matter nanotechnology. We congratulate!Learn more
|3DMM2O @ KIT in the City Hall|
The Mayor of Karlsruhe and the President of KIT warmly invite the general public to "KIT in the City Hall" on June 4, 2019 at 6:30 pm. This year, the event is focussed on the topic "New Technologies for the Materials of Tomorrow".Learn more
On May 6, there will be a special seminar on “Overcoming the conflict between stiffness and toughness in architected lattices“ by Dr. Jochen Mueller (Harvard University). It takes place at KIT Campus South, Physics building (30.23), in room 6-1 from 10-11 am.
|Public Lecture by Prof. Dr. Martin Wegener|
On April 9, 2019, Prof. Dr. Martin Wegener gave the inaugural lecture for the Nano Institute of the University of Syndey on the topic "Nano 3D printing: Materials beyond Imagination".Watch the Lecture!
|Publication about Multimaterial Photoresists|
Researchers of the Cluster introduce a platform technology for multimaterial photoresists that can be orthogonally cured by changing the colour of light.Read the Publication in Advanced Materials
|Lecture Series in 3D Printing|
The Cluster 3D Matter Made to Order presents a lecture series in 3D Printing. The first lecture will be presented by Gerardo Hernández-Sosa on April 16, 2019, 3:15 pm at the InnovationLab Heidelberg.More information here!
The Cluster 3DMM2O warmly invites its new doctoral and postdoctoral researchers to attend its first Welcome Day on April 16, 2019 in Heidelberg.Register here!
|KHYS Research Travel Grant|
The Karlsruhe House of Young Scientists financially supports doctoral students and postdocs undertaking three- to six-month research stays abroad. Applications are open until May 5, 2019.More information here!
|Young Investigator Group Preparation Program|
YIG Prep Pro focuses on the international recruitment of outstanding early career researchers, in particular one to four years after the completion of their doctorate. Applications are open until March 5, 2019.More information here!
|Launch of the Cluster 3D Matter Made to Order|
The new Cluster explores the possibilities of 3D Additive Manufacturing reaching all the way from the molecular to the macroscopic scale.Read the Press Release
|Publication about Multimaterial 3D Printing|
Researchers of the Cluster 3DMM2O create a new method enabling the production of 3D-printed micro- and nanostructures efficiently and precisely using mixed materials. Their findings are published in Science Advances.Read the Press Release
|Publication about Dynamic 3D Printing|
Scientists of the Cluster 3DMM2O develop a new method for producing controllable 3D microstructures. They present their multisdisciplinary research in the scientific journal Nature Communications.More information here
|Scholarships of Carl Zeiss Foundation|
We are happy to announce the call for application for doctoral scholarships as part of the scholarship program funded by Carl Zeiss Foundation in the HEiKA Graduate School on Functional Materials.More information here!
|ERC Synergy Grants for Heidelberg University|
Scientists of Heidelberg University are key participants in two research teams, each of which has obtained an ERC Synergy Grant, a highly-endowed grant from the European Research Council.Read the Press Release
|Success for 3DMM2O|
We are proud to announce that the Cluster of Excellence 3D Matter Made To Order was successful within the Excellence Initiative. It will officially be funded starting from January 2019.Read Press Release
|Nancoscribe wins State Prize for Young Companies|
The jury awarded Nanoscribe for their extraordinary innovations in the field of 3D printing on the microscale as well as their entrepreneurial success.Click for more information
|New Scientists Welcome|
We are looking for scientists who are passionate about revolutionizing 3D printing.Have a look at our PIs