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Doctoral examination of Claudia Thurnherr

On March 22nd 2017, Claudia Thurnherr successfully defended her doctoral thesis entitled “New analysis methods for corrugated laminates”. The Composite Materials and Adaptive Structures Lab congratulates her for this great achievement and wishes her all the best for her future! Read more 


Final presentations of the Master's Theses

On Thursday February 23rd , 2017, 11 students who carried out their Master's Theses under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Ermanni held their final presentations at the Laboratory of Composite Materials and Adaptive Structures (CMASLab) and showed the final results of their Master's projects. Read more 


Winter Examination Session and Start of Spring Semester 2017

The winter examination session, which started on January 23rd , involved many interesting bachelor and master lectures offered by CMASLab such as Leichtbau, Adaptive Materials for Structural Applications, Mechanics of Composite Materials and Methoden der Strukturanalyse. The exam session officially ended on February 17th and we hope all the students enjoyed the courses and acquired a lot of useful knowledge and skills! The CMASLab wishes them all the best and a great start in the new semester! Read more 


The Composite Materials and Adaptive Structures Lab welcomes Daniel Filipovic

On February 1st , Daniel Filipovic started his work as a new doctoral candidate within the Computational Structural Mechanics group at CMASLab. Mr. Filipovic obtained both his Master's  and Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering at ETH Zurich. During his studies, he specialized in mechanics and processing of composite materials. We wish him a good start and look forward to his work! Read more 

Upcoming Conferences

6. Bodensee Aerospace Meeting

April 27, 2017

6. Bodensee Aerospace Meeting at FACC in Austria.
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SAMPE Seattle 2017

May 22-25, 2017

The 2017 SAMPE Conference will take place May 22-25 in Seattle, Washington.
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Zurich Heart

CMASLab participates in the Zurich Heart project. The goal of this project is to develop a hyperelastic hybrid membrane for a biomimetic blood propulsion system.

Our research in this project focuses on the optimization of the pump chamber to minimize the mechanical loading on the hybrid membrane and the blood. Read more

SCCER Mobility

CMASLab is a member of the SCCER Mobility project which helps the current fossil fuel-based transportation system transition to a sustainable one with minimal CO2 output and zero-pollutant emissions.

Our research within this project is in developing cost-effective novel materials and processes for thermoplastic composite materials for applications in the automotive industry. Read more

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