Contact person

  • Stève Mérillat

    Director

    Carbon Composites Schweiz

    Stève Mérillat

    Technoparkstrasse 2
    8406 Winterthur/Switzerland

    Tel.: +41 – 52 520 74 00
    steve.merillat
    @carbon-composites.eu

  • Theo Sandu

    Business and Market Development

    Carbon Composites Schweiz

    Theo Sandu

    Technoparkstrasse 2
    8406 Winterthur/Switzerland

    Tel.: +41 – 52 520 74 00
    theo.sandu
    @carbon-composites.eu

  • Carey Sargent

    Branch Romandy

    Carbon Composites Schweiz c/o EPFL ENT-R CCMX-GE

    Carey Sargent

    Station 12
    1015 Lausanne/Switzerland

    Tel.: +41 - 21 69 34656
    Carey.Sargent@epfl.ch

Board of directors

  • Prof. Dr. Christian Brauner

    President

    Team leader structural mechanics; FHNW / Institute for Polymer Engineering

    Prof. Dr. Christian Brauner
  • Karl-Ludwig Brentrup

    Actuary

    President R&D, Quadrant Plastic Composites AG

    Karl-Ludwig Brentrup
  • Maurice Perret

    Treasurer

    Administrative board; Connova AG

    Maurice Perret
  • Prof. Alberto Ortona

    Scuola universitaria professionale della Svizzera italiana (SUPSI)

    Prof. Alberto Ortona
  • Dr. Jürg Wildi

    CTO RUAG Aviation / RUAG Schweiz AG

    Dr. Jürg Wildi
  • Ahmet Muderris

    CEO Composites Busch SA

    Ahmet Muderris
  • Prof. Dr. Gion A. Barandun

    Composite Group Lead; IWK Institut für Werkstofftechnik und Kunststoffverarbeitung der HSR Hochschule für Technik Rapperswil

    Prof. Dr. Gion A. Barandun
  • Klaus Ritter

    Head of Global Product Innovation, Industrial Composites; Huntsman Advanced Materials (Switzerland)

    Klaus Ritter
  • Dr. Albert Maria Vodermayer

    Portfolio Manager Industry; icotec ag

    Dr. Albert Maria Vodermayer

Bylaw CC Schweiz

CC Schweiz

Carbon Composites Schweiz

CC Schweiz

The association Carbon Composites Schweiz (CC Schweiz) is the Swiss regional department of Carbon Composites e.V. and has been selected as the national thematic network (NTN) by the Swiss Innovation Agency Innosuisse (former CTI). CC Schweiz focuses on the promotion of the application of high-performance fiber composite technology in Switzerland.