3D printed TU logo with living cells

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3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing Technologies (AMT)

We are a team of mechanical engineers, materials scientists and chemists led by Prof. Liska, Prof. Ovsianikov and Prof. Stampfl. Our goal is to conduct research in the field of lithography-based additive manufacturing technologies (3D printing). Although our focus is on the materials, we aim to cover the complete process chain from initiators to thermoset polymers to system design and development and thermo-mechanical characterization of the resulting parts and materials. Further details on our work on multiphoton lithography can be found in the following book.

What is AMT?

Additive Manufacturing Technologies refers to manufacturing techniques that build up three-dimensional structures by sequentially adding material. Typically, this is done by dividing a part into thin layers and sequentially stacking them, layer by layer. Other terms that could describe the same class of methods are 3D printing, Solid Freeform Fabrication, Rapid Prototyping, Rapid Manufacturing, Layered Fabrication or Additive Fabrication Technologies. For a discussion of naming conventions, see this article.

Univ.Prof. Jürgen Stampfl

[Translate to English:] Portrait Jürgen Stampfl

© Otmar Winterleitner

Getreidemarkt 9 BE

A-1060 Wien

E-Mail: juergen.stampfl@tuwien.ac.at

Telefon: +43-(0)158801-30862

Univ.Prof. Aleks Ovsianikov

[Translate to English:] Portrait Aleks Ovsianikov

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Getreidemarkt 9 BE

A-1060 Wien

E-Mail: aleksandr.ovsianikov@tuwien.ac.at

Telefon: +43-(0)158801-30830

Univ.Prof. Robert Liska

[Translate to English:] Portrait Robert Liska

Getreidemarkt 6

A-1060 Wien

E-Mail: robert.liska@tuwien.ac.at

Telefon: +43-(0)1-58801-16273