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Autumn Semester 2016

On Monday 19th September the autumn semester at ETH began. During this semester, CMASLab offers four Bachelor and two Master lectures and is supervising three focus projects. More information concerning these lectures and projects can be found on our website and in the course catalogue. We wish all the best to our students! Read more 


CMASLab at SAMPE Europe Conference 16

CMASLab took part in the SAMPE Europe Conference 16, held in Liège, Belgium, from September 13-15. The lab was represented by Christoph Schneeberger, who presented his newest findings in a contribution entitled "Bicomponent Polymer/Glass Fibres for Stamp Forming". Read more 


CMASLab at ICCS19 in Porto

The CMASLab participated at the 19th International Conference on Composite Structures (ICCS19) in Porto, Portugal. This conference receives the support of “Composite Structures”, an international Journal from Elsevier. Read more 


Final Presentations of Master's Theses

On Friday August 26th , 2016, 8 students under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Ermanni held their final presentations at the Laboratory of Composite Materials and Adaptive Structures (CMASLab) to show the final results of their Master's theses. Read more 

Upcoming Conferences

SMASIS2016 Stowe, VT

September 28-30, 2016

The ASME 2016 Conference on Smart Materials, Adaptive Structures and Intelligent Systems (SMASIS) will take place September 28-30, 2016 in Stowe, VT.
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ICAST2016 Lake George, NY

October 3-5, 2016

The 27th International Conference on Adaptive Structures and Technologies (ICAST 2016) will be held from October 3-5, 2016, at The Sagamore Resort in Lake George, New York, USA.
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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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