Materials Science is a key discipline that provides a multitude of solutions for technical and socially relevant challenges, especially for future technologies in the fields of energy, climate and environmental protection, mobility and health. The knowledge of Materials Science enables the production of technical materials with new or improved properties. Materials Science students at the TUt Darmstadt are prepared for the challenging tasks involved in developing and investigating these modern materials. This requires a combination of engineering and natural science topics that opens up a broad spectrum of innovative fields of study and research.
Our research is focused on resource-efficient materials for a sustainable future. Our activites cover the entire life cycle, from the primary resources to the application, to the recycling.
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