Dipl.-Ing. Sarah Heinrich studied plastics and rubber engineering at the university of applied sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt and graduated in 2016. Her bachelor thesis at BMW Landshut discussed the theme of density reduced thermoplastic materials for automotive interior parts.
She worked as researcher in training at TCKT during her master´s degree ‘materials and process engineering’ at FH upper Austria. During this time she wrote her master thesis ‘structural-processing properties of PP-PET-Blends in reactive extrusion.
Sarah worked in the sector of application technology for a plastic processing company in the automotive industry after her studies.
Since April 2019 she is employed as researcher with the additional responsibility for customer orders in the Transfercenter für Kunststofftechnik.
- C. Burgstaller, T. Uttendorfer, S. Heinrich, M. Nesslböck, W. Stadlbauer; Influence of composition on the properties of polyolefin based blends; APT’17, Katowice, Polen
- C. Burgstaller, S. Heinrich, M. Neßlböck, W. Stadlbauer; Influence of processing and formulation on the properties of PP-PET-blends; ANTEC 2018, Orlando, FL, USA