SusTech Darmstadt is a center of competence for nanotechnology. Consisting of an international team of currently 30 scientists it develops new materials, systems and products.
Its location on the campus of the Technical University of Darmstadt makes it possible for our chemists, physicists, engineers and materials scientists to use the adjacent research facilities efficiently
Through cooperations with both, globally operating industries as well as small and medium-sized companies, a competitive organization is realized, which enables the fast conversion of innovative ideas into economically usable products and processes.
Dr. Seb Leaper, Dr. Ahmed Abdelkarim
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