By the end of February 2017, Peter Richner handed-over the lead of the SCCER FEEB&D to Matthias Sulzer.
Peter Richner was head of the SCCER in phase I since its start in 2014 and successfully laid the foundation for phase II. He will now focus on his activities as main responsible of NEST and head of the Empa department Civil and Mechanical Engineering.
Peter Richner managed to integrate numerous partners from research and industry and form a real team with one vision and one mission. Thanks a lot, Peter, for your work, time and effort!
With Matthias Sulzer the SCCER FEEB&D now has a head with the ideal combination of skills and experience from both research and industry to ensure that the research results will be implemented in the market.