Review: MIC 2022
The MIC always offers insights into current challenges and innovative solutions in the industry
as well as new developments in scientific research.
Part of the program is a huge exhibition area with technology leaders of the branch in the production technology center in Hanover.
Live demonstrations of advanced manufacturing processes in the IFW laboratory complete the program. An evening gala Skylight at Airport Hanover offers the right setting for an interdisciplinary exchange with our top-class speakers and participants.
Exhibition area in the production technology center in Hanover
Live demonstrations in the IFW test field
Program for the MIC 2022
The program for the MIC 2022 has been set – an exciting selection of lectures from research and industry awaits you!
Get an overview of the speakers at MIC 2022.
Active chatter suppression through virtual inerter-based passive absorber control
Muhammet Ozsoy, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Sheffield
Effects on process forces of individual milling tool edges depending on the cutting angle and cutting speed when milling CFRP
Robin Clemens, Institute for Machine Tools and Factory Management, TU Berlin
Empirical Analysis of Mechanical and Thermal Effects on Elastic Workpiece Deformation during Broaching of Safety-Critical Components
Tobias Seelbach, Laboratory for Machine Tools and Production Engineering WZL of RWTH Aachen University
Development of an application for a safe operation of automated crane systems in aircraft manufacturing
Tobias Handreg, Fraunhofer-Institut IGP
Advances in the machining finishing of CMC components for aerospace applications
Maximilian Rapp, Institute for Machine Tools, University of Stuttgart
Manufacturing of Crowned Spline-Joints with Optimized Surface Treatments for Aerospace Applications
Gerrit Hellenbrand, Laboratory for Machine Tools and Production Engineering (WZL) of RWTH Aachen University
Machinability analysis for milling of additively manufactured Inconel 718 with specifically induced porosity
Sebastian Schneider, Fraunhofer-Institut IPT
Enhanced accuracy specification of industrial robots and the influence of secondary encoders
Julian Blumberg, Institute for Machine Tools and Factory Management, TU Berlin
Automatic chip detection using DifferNet
Kenta Mizuhara, Department of System Design Engineering Faculty of Science and Technology, Keio University
Online Detection of Part Fit-up and Mating Variations in Friction Stir Welding
Fabian Vieltorf, Institute for Machine Tools and Industrial Management, Technical University of Munich
Wet milling of carbon-fibre-reinforced polymers (CFRP)
Simon Kleinhenz, Fraunhofer-Institut IPA