IWT NEWS

  • Deutscher Stahlbautag. After the industry meeting was unfortunately canceled last year, we are happy and optimistic that the steel construction day will take place this year. We will be represented and look forward to interesting lectures and discussions....

  • We are pleased that we could win M. Sc. Philip Deserno for our team. As a graduate of RWTH Aachen University (materials engineer) and student employee of the Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology, he will support us in the area of damage- and materials analysis. A warm welcome to Philip....

  • We have been at home in a central location in downtown Aachen for 3 years. We are now looking forward to new office space in the same building, with which we can create space for additional work areas....

  • In the course of the IGF-funded research project iFrakto, led by BAM and GFaI e.V., IWT-Solutions AG successfully participated in the round robin test for the manual classification of microscopic fracture features....

  • We are excited to present our new Keyence VHX-7000. The digitization of light microscopy creates new possibilities for material analysis and damage analysis. Stepless magnification from the macroscopic (20-fold) to the light microscopic limit range (2000-fold), three-dimensional measurement of surfaces in the µm-meter range, stitching * 1 and other features allow new representations and findings in the context of our work....

  • Once again, IWT-Solutions AG and the Institute for Metallurgy at RWTH Aachen University invited people to the so-called Eifel Colloquium. This joint event serves to promote the next generation of scientists at the Institute for Metallurgy, one of our most important cooperation partners at RWTH Aachen University....

  • A video for IWT-Solutions AG. We had this idea for quite some time. Now the ideas we put together with everyone have become reality....

  • In beautiful weather, we swapped our daily work routine for a game of soccer golf at the Indemann. After successfully completing the 18-hole course, we were drawn back to steel. So we climbed up 192 steel steps to the Indemann's steel viewing platform....

  • Even though we were able to continue our work well organised in our home office during the time when many companies were severely affected by Covid 19, we do not want to forget the projects we support in Namibia and Aachen and take a look at the dedicated work of the people who have stayed with it with a lot of imagination....