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At the end of November, the Chairman of the Walter Reiners-Stiftung (Foundation) of the VDMA Textile Machinery Association, Peter D. Dornier presented awards to six successful young engineers in Dresden. The award ceremony took place as part of the Aachen-Dresden-Denkendorf International Textile Conference, says a recent press release.

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Figure: Chairman of the foundation and the winners (from left to right): Heinrich, Kaluza, Elbayoumi, Elser, Pötzsch, Dornier, Eckert. Courtesy: ©ITM/TU Dresden

The focuses of the award-winning works of the young engineers reflect the strengths of German textile machinery construction: the sector is particularly strong where high-quality applications and products are concerned.

Janina Elser, TU Chemnitz, Abdelrahman Elbayoumi, ITA Aachen and Hendrik Pötzsch, ITM Dresden, were honored with creativity awards for the cleverest bachelor or project work. The prizes are endowed with 3,000 euros each.

Elser’s bachelor thesis dealt with the prototypical development of circular knitted knee bandages. The subject of Elbayoumi’s bachelor thesis is a feedback control system for an over-braiding process. Pötzsch’s project work deals with the production of carbon fibers using solvent wet spinning technology.

Tim Kaluza, ITM Dresden and Julia Eckert, ITA Aachen, were awarded two promotion prizes in the category diploma/master thesis with prize money of 3,500 euros each. Kaluza’s diploma thesis deals with the automated production of mesh-free multiaxial fabrics.

In her master thesis, Eckert developed an environmental assessment system for the production of jeans.

This year, the promotion prize of the German Textile Machinery Industry in the dissertation category was awarded to Dr. Stefan Heinrich, TU Chemnitz. The prize is endowed with 5,000 euros. The result is a fundamental work on gear requirements in textile machines, which will make a greater contribution in engineering practice.

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