Interested in lively collaboration
Johnson Matthey Redwitz passes exhibits to Hof University, faculty materials technology
The Hof University and Johnson Matthey Redwitz will work more closely in future. This announced both sides during a visit of the Johnson Matthey Piezo Products GmbH (JM PP) Redwitz at Hof University. Johnson Matthey Catalysts and Johnson Matthey Piezo Products are now available for students and professors as illustrative material for practical training "on site".
The representatives of Johnson Matthey Redwitz used the visit for information and mutual exchange. On a tour of lecture rooms and laboratories, the delegation got an impression of the perfect conditions for a successful education at the Hof University.
Johnson Matthey Redwitz and the Hof University are connected through annual fair visits. Furthermore both sides have successfully introduced a dual degree (FH Dual),an educational program which will be expanded. Other ideas for cooperation were discussed in the joint meeting. So there are possible connections with the Department of Textile Design. "We see a win-win situation," said Michael Riedel, business manager of JM PP GmbH, securing a vibrant cooperation on behalf of Johnson Matthey Redwitz.
Johnson Matthey is an international leader in sustainable technologies and is world market leader for advanced material technologies. The company has around 13,000 employees in over 30 countries. The group was founded in London 200 years ago and initially drove precious metals. Johnson Matthey today produces catalysts for vehicles, ships and power plants, components for fuel cells, catalysts and technologies for chemical processes, fine chemicals and active pharmaceutical ingredients.
Johnson Matthey operating facility in Redwitz has been designing and manufacturing catalysts for NOx removal and Piezo ceramics for different uses, e. g. complex industrial applications.