Main content



CMASLab Ski Weekend

From Friday to Sunday, January 22nd to 24th, the Laboratory of Composite Materials and Adaptive Structures stayed in the Engelberg-Titlis region for its annual ski weekend. Many thanks to Claudia and Christian for organizing a fun and enjoyable trip! Read more 


Season's Greetings

The CMASLab wishes you a Merry Christmas and a happy and successful New Year! Read more 


ALTAIR Project has lift off

The three-year long European research project Altair (Air Launch space Transportation using an Automated aircraft and an Innovative Rocket) had its kick-off meeting on December 2nd, 2015, in Palaiseau, France. This project, funded through the European Union’s “Horizon 2020” program, aims at developing an innovative solution for the launch of small satellites (ranging from 50 kg to 150 kg) in low Earth orbits.   Read more 


Final and Intermediate Presentations of the Students’ Theses

On Friday, December 11th, 2015, ten students under the supervision of Prof. Paolo Ermanni presented the results of their Semester and Master theses carried out at the Laboratory of Composite Materials and Adaptive Structures during the Fall semester. Read more 

Upcoming Conferences

SAMPE Long Beach 2016

SAMPE Long Beach Logo

May 23-26, 2016

Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering.
Long Beach Convention Center, Long Beach, CA, United States.
Read more

ECCM17 Munich

ECCM17 Logo

June 26-30, 2016

Seventeenth European Conference for Composite Materials.
European Society for Composite Materials (ESCM).
ICM - Internationales Congress Center München, Munich, Germany.
Read more

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

Page URL:
Sun Feb 07 20:36:52 CET 2016
© 2016 Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich