Fraunhofer ISC, Center for High Temperature Materials and Design HTL, Bayreuth


Fraunhofer-Center for High Temperature Materials and Design HTL

High Temperatures
Efficient Solutions

The HTL designs energy-efficient thermal processes and thus contributes to sustainable technological progress in society. It develops high-temperature materials, high-temperature components and high-temperature measurement methods.

The HTL works with systematic methods at a high scientific/technical level. The primary goal is to implement its developments in industry.


Cooperation and Current Projects

The HTL offers various forms of cooperation in research and development. If you have any questions about cooperation and funding opportunities, we would be happy to hear from you.

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Here you can find our current funded projects.

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News from Fraunhofer-Center HTL


AirfOx Project

In the course of the "AirfOx" project (development of a fibre-reinforced near-net-shape Airfoil made of highly rigid oxide ceramics), it was possible to establish an innovative and cost-efficient process route for CMC components.


ICME for Ceramic Development

The paper "ICME für die Keramikherstellung" by Simon Pirkelmann, Friedrich Raether and Gerhard Seifert has been published in NAFEMS magazine 2/2023.


PaKerNat Project

The PaKerNat project (paper-engineered ceramic components for sustainable thermal processes) aims to develop novel, paper-engineered ceramic radiation shields for industrial furnaces.


Influence of Oxygen on the LSI Process

The paper "Effects of Oxygen on the Liquid Silicon Infiltration (LSI) Process" by Peter J. Hofbauer and Friedrich Raether has been published in Open Ceramics 14/2023.