BioMat was presenting at the Hannover Messe 2018, the worlds biggest fair for industry, investment products, research and innovation, from April 23 to April 27. At a common stand with the University of Stuttgart and the Federal State of Baden-Wuerttemberg, new sustainable material developments and outcomes of research and teaching were exhibited.
Materials meanings; some unexpected benefits of re-working waste material – under this title, Jun.-Prof. Hanaa Dahy will give a lecture at the Ecobuild 2018 conference at ExCeL London, 06-08 march 2018, one of the leading events for sustainability and ecological innovation in the building industry. The lecture will introduce a discussion on the application of recycled materials and innovative design and fabrication techniques for a more sustainable built environment. In the conference workshop session WasteZone, experts from the world of material invention and product design will make individual presentations about their practice and research before discussing ideas around sustainable material flows and material meanings.
Find more information on the diverse range of topics and lectures in the conference program.
Jun.-Prof. Hanaa Dahy gave a lecture entitled “Biocomposites for Architecture Between Design and Fabrication – Current and Future Visions” on December 7, 2017 at the BCC Biocomposites Conference Cologne, the largest international conference on Biocomposites applications in industry.
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As part of the Material and Structure Course (MML II – Material Matter Lab) directed by Jun.-Prof. Hanaa Dahy, architects and students from CTU Czech Technical University Prague joined our students from the Bachelors and Masters program in architecture at the University of Stuttgart and 3rd semester ITECH students for a workshop in cooperation with IFB (Institute for Aircraft Design – University of Stuttgart).
Jun.-Prof. Hanaa Dahy published an article about the Efficient Fabrication of Sustainable Building Products from Annually Generated Non-wood Cellulosic Fibres and Bioplastics with Improved Flammability Resistance in the journal Waste and Biomass Valorization.