Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Mathematics ITWM

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Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Mathematics ITWM briefly.

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Annual Report 2016/17

Take a look at our latest annual report. Find current highlights and exiting projects of our departments as well as information about our new department »Materials Characterization and Testing«.

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Welcome to Fraunhofer ITWM!

The core competence of ITWM is mathematics: the language used by scientists and engineers to formulate models for technical systems. In our time it is particularly important, as it provides efficient algorithms to compute and analyse such models.

The ITWM 's mission is to develop this technology to give innovative impulses and put them into practice together with industry partners . Since its foundation in 1995 the ITWM has shown great success in building mathematical bridges between applied sciences and concrete application. Clients are large international companies as well as small and medium regional enterprises.

Latest News

 

Interview

»Blackout – suddenly without electricity?«

Our expert Mathias Dalheimer explains in the interview with planetwissen how such a scenario can happen.

Unfortunatly only available in German.

Conference / Stuttgart, Germany / 6-8 September 2017

DSC 2017 Driving Simulation Conference 2017 Europe

We will attend with a team of the department »Mathematical Methods in Dynamics and Durability«.

Furthermore, our experts are part of the Talk Session: Perception & Human Factors and will present their results on 8th September 2017 on the topic:

 

»The impact of subjective simulator experiences on statistical power in the RObot based Driving and Operation Simulator (RODOS)«

Reinhard, René Tapiwa; Kleer, Michael; Dreßler, Klaus

Congress / Kaiserslautern, Germany/ 11-14 September 2017

12th European Congress for Stereology and Image Analysis 2017

The event presents trends and news of the interesting fields of stereology and image analysis. International key speakers will give talks in a wide field of topics.

 

The event is jointly organized by the University of Kaiserslautern and our institute. A team of our department »Image Processing« is part of the organization.

 

Press Release / Research News / 1.8.2017

Self-programming paint booth

Reductions of 20% in paint use, 15% in energy consumption and 5% in production time – SelfPaint offers advantages.

Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Mathematics ITWM

Fraunhofer-Platz 1

67663 Kaiserslautern

Deutschland

Phone +49 631 31600-0

Fax +49 631 31600-1099