REProMag Academy

REProMag was a multidisciplinary project demonstrating a very diverse range of expertise in highly specialised and leading-edge domains. Therefore training activities were important tools not only to disseminate the results and innovations achieved to students, young scientists or young professionals (technicians or engineers), but also to raise interest in the functioning of these new technologies to professionals and potential end-users. 

To this aim, “REProMag Academy” was created as a set of training activities organised and led by the project partners and based on the identification and analysis of training needs and possibilities. Two types of trainings were defined: Knowledge-transfer seminars and Technology-transfer workshops.

Knowledge-transfer seminars were conceived as dissemination instruments oriented at a wider audience, spreading knowledge and delivering visibility to general project objectives and technological developments of REPRoMag.

Technology-transfer workshops were foreseen as more interactive sessions, where information on specific REProMag technologies or processes was approached in depth.


Learn more about the trainings we conducted and access the related material:

[WORKSHOP] Circular Economy for RE magnets (30 March 2017)| read more |

[WORKSHOP] Industrial Applications for Additive Manufacturing (GERMAN - 13 June 2017)| read more |

[WORKSHOP] Resource-efficient Production of Functional Components made out of Critical Metals (GERMAN - 27 September 2017)| read more |

[SEMINAR] Neue Materialien im Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF) Verfahren| read more |

[SEMINAR] Projekt REProMag: Resourcenschonende Herstellung von Permanentmagneten| read more |

[SEMINAR] Ringvorlesung: Ressourceneffiziente Herstellung von Hartmagneten aus Seltenen Erden in einem geschlossenen Materialkreislauf aus Recyclingmaterial| read more |

[SEMINAR] Shape, Debind and Sinter Projects at MUL| read more |

[SEMINAR] Warum gehen ohne Magnete bei uns die Lichter aus?| read more |

[SEMINAR] Additive Manufacturing Projects, Selected FFF projects at MUL| read more |

[SEMINAR] Material extrusion additive manufacturing for metals and ceramics| read more |