Evonik Launches New Composites Project House
Evonik Industries launched its Composites Project House in spring 2013. Evonik's tenth project house is based primarily in Marl, with a branch in Darmstadt.
The Composites Project House will develop new materials and system solutions for the lightweight construction sector. Among the topics addressed will be automotive and aviation applications and applications in the domain of renewable energies. Having established the Composites Project House, the specialty chemicals company is intensifying its strategic research for resource-efficient, sustainable solutions, particularly in the field of mobility.
In addition to the Composites Project House, Creavis, Evonik's strategic research and development unit,currently manages the Light & Electronics Advanced Project House (APH) in Taiwan. Located in close proximity to large electronics companies, this project house researches large-scale illumination and display components, materials for organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs), and coating solutions for electronics, among other things.