Hannah Dammers is a mechanical engineer with specialization in textile technology. She is currently leading the composite production division at the Institut fuer Textiltechnik of RWTH Aachen University. Her research focuses on reshaping composite part production by flexibly automating the process. This includes the use of Cobots for human-robot interaction, intelligent digital assistance systems, and other innovative approaches to develop composite factories of the future. Her vision is to make composite part production not only more efficient and effective, but also more sustainable - in all dimensions of sustainability: ecological, social and economic.
About Institut fuer Textiltechnik of RWTH Aachen University :
The ITA Group International Centre for Sustainable Textiles focuses its core competence on the goal of ensuring the holistic biotransformation of textile technology and thus the use of biological principles for small-scale value-added processes. The ITA Group International Centre for Sustainable Textiles is an international research and training service provider for fibre-based high-performance materials, textile semi-finished products and its manufacturing processes with about 400 employees.