8th SIG Science Talk - Energy-Efficient Production Processes

An online event series of the Sächsische Industrieforschungsgemeinschaft e. V. (Saxon Industrial Research Association).

Ever-scarcer resources, rising energy costs and strict environmental regulations make energy-efficient production processes a decisive competitive factor for the industry. To achieve maximum energy efficiency, businesses need the best products, systems and solutions.

You can find out which energy-efficient projects industrial research institutions in Saxony are currently working on in this area on 15 November 2022 from 10 - 11 a.m. at the 8th SIG Science Talk on the topic of "Energy-Efficient Production Processes - Clever Ideas from the World of Research".

Scientists from the Institut für Luft- und Kältetechnik Dresden, the Sächsisches Textilforschungsinstitut in Chemnitz and the Institut für Holztechnologie Dresden will report and discuss the topic of "Energy-Efficient Production Processes". We kindly invite you to attend and learn more about the current research activities in Saxony and to enter into a dialog with our speakers.


Dr. Jörg Waschull (ILK): "The Challenges of Solar Cooling Applications for Commercial Purposes".

Dr. Steffen Seeger: (STFI): "Energy and Resource Efficiency - Savings Potential of Different Approaches Using Textiles Processes as an Example".

Martin Direske (IHD): "Energy- And Time-Efficient Drying of Cement-Bonded Particleboard".

The SIG Science Talk is a free online event series where you can learn the latest news from the research carried out by the 18 member institutes of SIG.

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About the Sächsische Industrieforschungsgemeinschaft e. V. (SIG):

The Sächsische Industrieforschungsgemeinschaft e.V. (SIG) speaks with one voice for Saxony's non-profit external industrial research institutions. SIG was founded in Dresden in 2014 to pool their efforts with one another in Saxony. It currently has 19 members. With its wide-ranging research spectrum, the research association strengthens transfer-oriented, market-preparing research in Saxony in the interest of Saxony's small and medium-sized enterprises. On the one hand, the focus is on Saxony's future-oriented industries such as materials, technology and processing development, and on the other hand, it is always at the forefront of key issues facing society, such as resource efficiency and environmental sustainability.

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