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Hosting powder metallurgy in Reutte

Can metal layers make television images even sharper? How can powder metallurgy contribute to the economical production of fuel cells? And how does molybdenum keep a cool head even when used in high-performance LEDs? The role of powder metallurgy in the technologies of tomorrow are the focus when the world of research and industry meet in Reutte.

Every four years since 1952, the Plansee Group has been hosting the world's largest specialist conference for the powder metallurgical manufacture of high-performance materials – the Plansee Seminar.

Participants from 35 Nations

Around 500 researchers and users come along to hear the greatest minds in powder metallurgy present previously unpublished research results. The next Plansee Seminar will take place in 2022. You can look forward to high-level scientific presentations, a stimulating accompanying program of events and plenty of opportunity to discuss technological developments with your colleagues from the sector.

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Some images from the 19th Plansee Seminar

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You can find further impressions of past events here:

Plansee Seminar picture gallery

Here is a glimpse of the scientific presentations:

A Taste of What's Available

The works of numerous renowned researchers contribute to the success of a scientific gathering at the forefront of technology. Of course, our employees also get involved by contributing their latest research results to the discussion. We are happy to present to you some of our contributions to the last Plansee Seminar:

  • Scientific contributions for 2017