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This week we’d like to introduce to you Miklós Mohos. Miklós supports our team as a R&D Engineer and he is also responsible for our lab. With his distinct background, he is an important member of our team. To get to know him better, we conducted a short interview with him.


Cytosurge: Describe yourself in three words.

Miklos: Everything is possible


Cytosurge: How did you come into contact with Cytosurge?

Miklos: Since I am an enthusiastic engineer-scientist, I like to develop new instruments and techniques which the society can use in the very near future. In my point of view, the µ3Dprinter project at Cytosurge is absolutely amazing, so I’m very glad that I could join the company. Here I can effectively utilize my creativity, knowledge and experience as a useful “cog-wheel” in the development of the µ3Dprinter.


Cytosurge: What did you like the most about your first three weeks at Cytosurge?

Miklos: I highly appreciate the family-like atmosphere at Cytosurge. I found the common wavelength with the colleagues immediately. The super high-tech environment also supports me to be able to focus on my duties and to bring out the best from myself.


Cytosurge: How do you spend your free time?

Miklos: I have several hobbies so I’m never bored during my free time. It is hard to list all my hobbies/interests shortly, but nowadays the followings are the most important in my life beside my work: flying with my paraglider, traveling, hiking, playing blues music, reading and doing other sports like cycling, skiing, wild river swimming... 😊

If you want to know who else works with us, check out our teampage:

https://www.cytosurge.com/r/BCh


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Our latest blog entry covers the “Best Development in 3D Printing Award” which we won at the 3D Printing Europe exhibition in Berlin last week. We want to thank our team who made this possible. This award recognizes an important innovation in the 3D printing industry.

https://www.cytosurge.com/r/rNe

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This week, the 3D Printing Europe takes place in Berlin. We will be presenting our revolutionary FluidFM® µ3Dprinter which allows you to print different metals with submicron resolution. We are looking forward to meeting you at our booth.

https://goo.gl/5dDTqP

#3dprinting #IDTechExShow #cytosurge


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The Hannover Messe 2017 is already over and we are back at work. It was a very interesting time for us. We had the possibility to talk to people from different fields and show them our new micro 3D metal printing technique. Stay tuned to brand-new updates soon.

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#hm17 #3dprinting #cytosurge
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Did you know that you can use different metals to print 3D structures in the size of a few nanometers? If you want to know how this is possible, you can get your first-hand information straight from our employees at this year’s Hannover Messe. We will be part of the Swiss Pavilion from the 24 – 28 April 2017. Come by and visit our booth.

http://www.hannovermesse.de/aussteller/cytosurge/N286678

#HannoverMesse #3Dprint #3dprinting #fluidfm

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This week we want to introduce you one of our newest employees. Luca Christen joined Cytosurge AG as a new software engineer. To get to know Luca a little bit better, we conducted a short interview with him.

Cytosurge: Describe yourself in three words.
Luca: Motivated. Ambitious. Passionate.

Cytosurge: How did you come into contact with Cytosurge?
Luca: I was looking for a new challenge in a smaller company while I stumbled upon a job advertisement by Cytosurge. The company appealed very much to me with its open culture and cutting-edge technology.

Cytosurge: What did you like the most about your first three weeks at Cytosurge?
Luca: I really enjoy how open and uncomplicated everyone here at Cytosurge is. The working environment is great. You can be creative and your work is appreciated.

Cytosurge: How do you spend your free time?
Luca: In my little spare time, next to studying and working, I like to pursue photography. I’m also interested in anything tech related, so I try to stay up to date with the newest trends.

To find out more about him and our other employees, we invite you to visit our website:

https://www.cytosurge.com/r/WgC

#cytosurge #fluidfm #singlecell
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Last week we were participating at the Nanoengineering for Mechanobiology symposium in Camogly, Italy. This was a great opportunity for us to get in touch with other scientists from all over the world. We are very happy that we could present FluidFM® to so many great people. If you want to know more about FluidFM®, you can find all the important information on our website.

https://www.cytosurge.com/r/UwO

#fluidfm #singlecell #science
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We are looking forward to welcoming you to the presentation of Dr. Michael Gabi at the 4th thermal probe workshop on Friday, 30th March at Technopark Zurich. Listen to his exciting speech about 3D printing of small objects with FluidFM technology.

https://swisslitho.com/event/tpw17/

#3dprinting #cytosurge #fluidfm #innovation


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At Cytosurge we put great emphasis on corporate culture. All our employees should be able to identify with their employing company. We had the chance to interview our CEO, Dr. Pascal Behr, on how a corporate culture is being established in our company.

Read More: https://www.cytosurge.com/r/z3O

#culture #motivation #happyemployees

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We are happy to introduce to you our newest employee. Wabe Koelmans joined our 3Dprinting Team as a R&D engineer. To get to know him a little bit better, we asked him 4 questions.


Cytosurge: Describe yourself in three words.
Wabe: Connect and commit

Cytosurge: How did you come into contact with Cytosurge?
Wabe: Some years ago, I worked for a university spin-off in the Netherlands. That company is a supplier of Cytosurge. When I recently started looking for an exciting position in Zürich, I remembered Cytosurge. I made some calls and was invited for an interview within a day.

Cytosurge: What did you like the most about your first three weeks at Cytosurge?
Wabe: I liked the personal welcome by my new colleagues a lot. Immediately we had lots of good conversations, we had fun and even did some work. We quickly connected on a personal level.

Cytosurge: How do you spend your free time?
Wabe: I spend a lot of time with my wife and our three young kids. I do sports and outdoor activities and I’m actively involved in church-life.

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