Our research focuses on the development, processing and industrial use of bioplastics and bio composites

Areas of expertise: material development, material analysis, process engineering, circular economy (recycling and marine degradability of biomaterials, usage of residual materials, design for recycling), sustainability analysis of biomaterials, knowledge transfer

 

Foto: David Carreno Hansen

The IfBB works closely with industry

Intensive cooperation takes place along the entire process chain: From material and composition development to machine manufacturers and bioplastics processing companies, process and product optimization and users.

 

Source: David Carreno Hansen

Webinar series "Biomaterials in focus"

Under the slogan “Biomaterials in the focus!" The material scientists of the IfBB at Hanover University of Applied Sciences present monthly current topics around the use of bio-based plastics in practice and give tips for avoiding potential obstacles and thinking mistakes.

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() How is the bioplastics market developing? With this year's European Bioplastics Conference from November 30 to December 1st, the IfBB presents the new edition of its brochure "Biopolmers - Facts and statistics".

() How is the bioplastics market developing? The IfBB publishes new market data for this year's European Bioplastics Conference from 30 November to 3 December. The brochure is available for free download here.

Source: Vel Tech

() The IfBB in collaboration with the University of Nottingham, Malaysia and Vel Tech Rangarajan Dr. Sagunthala R&D Institute of Science and Technology, India has successfully organized two-day workshops in Malaysia and India on bioplastics and biocomposites this October. The workshops were organized within the framework of the ‘BioFuture’ project, funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, Germany.

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() The workshop of the» Application Centre for Wood Fibre Research HOFZET ® «of the Fraunhofer WKI, with which the IfBB in Hanover works closely together, takes place in London, Ontario/Canada and deals with the topic of ' Biocomposites for technical applications '. Registrations for the workshop are now possible.

 

Quelle: China Hopson

() Mit Wirkung zum 1. April 2018 ist die stellvertretende Leiterin des IfBB, Dr.-Ing. Andrea Siebert-Raths, zur Professorin an der Hochschule Hannover ernannt worden. Prof. Siebert-Raths übernimmt damit die Professur für Produkte und die Verarbeitung nachwachsender Rohstoffe an der Fakultät II, Maschinenbau und Bioverfahrenstechnik.