SFB/TRR277 AMC: The Challenge of Large Scale

The Collaborative Research Centre/Transregio TRR 277 Additive Manufacturing in Construction (AMC) of TU Braunschweig and TU Munich aims with its basic research on additive manufacturing to significantly shape the digitalization of construction. Within the levels of materials and processes, computer-aided modelling, control, planning and construction, the AMC investigates resource- and energy-efficient as well as sustainable, recyclable and digital construction. Through innovative 3D printing methods, materials, processes and optimized design are completely rethought. The AMC is part of the Core Research Area “Future City”.

20. September 2023

“On Sundays, a traffic lane becomes a walking and cycling path” Future City Goes Global: In Rio de Janeiro with Tom Rothe

15. May 2023

Delhi – a fast-developing metropolis full of contrasts Future City Goes Global with Bartek Sawicki

27. April 2023

3D Pioneers Challenge 2023: Collaborative Research Centre AMC in the final round Project for automated placement of fibre reinforcement

25. April 2023

Building in times of crisis Professor Patrick Schwerdtner on price increases for building materials

13. April 2023

Collaborative Research Centre AMC at BAU 2023 3D printing as a key technology for the digitalisation of the construction industry

1. February 2023

Picture of the month: When fibres support the concrete wall Reinforcement for 3D printing from the "Additive Manufacturing in Construction" Collaborative Research Centre

12. December 2022

A vision for the Ägidienmarkt TU Braunschweig Architecture graduate designs floating venue

1. November 2022

Picture of the month: A good drop of science Model simulations at the Institute for Computational Modeling in Civil Engineering (IRMB)

6. July 2022

Additive Manufacturing in Construction: Awards for outstanding research Best Paper Award at Digital Concrete in Loughborough

15. February 2022

Dr Inka Mai receives Klaus Dyckerhoff Prize for Young Scientists Research on 3D printing of concrete awarded

30. November 2021

Picture of the Month: Layer by layer to a steel structure From the Institute of Joining and Welding

30. September 2021

New construction: extremely light, extremely free, extremely printed Professor Dirk Lowke on a vision for the construction industry

30. September 2021

Lightweight concrete bridges from the 3D printer New process aims to save materials and enable complex geometries

17. May 2021

Reinforced Concrete Components From the 3D Printer Dr. Inka Dreßler on her research in the SFB "Additive Manufacturing in Construction"

5. November 2020

Architecture and Construction: More dialogue between research networks TU Braunschweig in the new "AdvanceAEC" network

16. September 2020

More than a concrete printer Interview with a large-scale device: the DBFL

31. January 2020

Honorary professorship for Professor Laura De Lorenzis Further cooperation in research projects

25. November 2019

Additive Manufacturing in Construction (AMC) – The Challenge of Large Scale DFG funds new CRC/Transregio at Technische Universität Braunschweig in collaboration with Technical University of Munich

31. July 2018

3D printing with concrete: “Pushing the limits of kinematics” Robot-controlled production in unique facility