In-depth knowledge of science and technology
Thanks to the wide-ranging expertise of our team, we can offer you consulting in all technical and scientific fields, such as general mechanics, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, physics, software, organic and inorganic chemistry, polymers, biochemistry, biotechnology, pharmacy and medical technology.
Mechanics is the study of the motion of physical objects and the forces exerted in relation to that motion. Classical mechanics is based on the work of Isaac Newton and forms the basis for a host of modern engineering sciences.
We possess particularly extensive experience in the following areas: conveyor equipment, fasteners, brackets, storage systems, hand tools, containers for liquids, support and suspension structures, scaffolding, locking mechanisms and everyday objects.
Mechanical engineering concerns the design, development and production of machinery used in all manner of applications. Mechanical engineering as we know it today emerged primarily in the course of the Industrial Revolution. However, early theoretical and practical discoveries that led to the development of the first machines took place long before industrialization.
We possess particularly extensive experience in the following areas: automotive engineering, production technology, conveyor and packaging systems, plastics engineering, printing processes, machine tools, drilling/milling/turning tools, mining machinery, pumps, propulsion technology, industrial mechanics, etc.
Electrical engineering, similarly to mechanical engineering, concerns the design, development and production of equipment that operates on principles based at least partially on electrical energy. This applies to almost every new machine produced today, and electrical engineering is becoming an increasingly influential field as a result.
We possess particularly extensive experience in the following areas: general electrical engineering, electronic equipment engineering, propulsion technology, telecommunications engineering, electronic components, instrumentation and control engineering, electrical installations, etc.
Physics is the study of fundamental natural phenomena and describes their characteristics using quantitative models and laws. In particular, it involves exploring the relationship between matter and energy and how they interact with space and time. Physics forms the basis for a wide variety of new developments in electrical and mechanical engineering.
We possess particularly extensive experience in the following areas: applied physics, solid-state physics, crystallography, fluid mechanics, optics, optoelectronics, acoustics, high-frequency technology, electricity, semiconductor physics, physical chemistry, materials science, etc.
The invention of the first computer gave rise to the field of software development. Software provides the rules and instructions that computers require to process data in a certain way or to perform a specific task. This area has experienced rapid development in recent years as digitalization has progressed.
Inorganic chemistry deals primarily with non-carbon-based elements and compounds such as metals, salts and minerals. The sub-area of coordination chemistry in particular is a field that is seeing a steady stream of new developments.
We possess particularly extensive experience in the following areas: analytical methods, synthetic methods, metallurgy, mineralogy, crystallography, catalysis and coordination chemistry, phosphate chemistry, detergents, cleaning agents and inorganic food additives.
Organic chemistry, the chemistry of "living" carbon-based compounds, encompasses not only natural substances such as sugars, fats and proteins, but also modern high-performance materials such as paints and synthetic polymers.
Polymer chemistry deals with naturally and synthetically manufactured macromolecules. Since the initial work of Hermann Staudinger, artificial polymers have developed into the most important materials in our modern industrial society. Innovations such as the development of catalytic polymerization of polyolefins by Karl Ziegler and Giulio Natta have made an enormous contribution to this.
Biochemistry is the study of chemical processes in living organisms. Major research fields in modern biochemistry include enzyme assays and molecular markers.
Biotechnology is an interdisciplinary science covering aspects of microbiology, biochemistry, engineering and molecular biology. It deals with the use of enzymes, cells and organisms in technical processes such as fermentation.
Pharmacy is the science of the effects and production of pharmaceuticals. Like biotechnology, pharmacy is an interdisciplinary science that merges many aspects of the classical natural sciences.
We possess particularly extensive experience in the following areas: therapeutics and diagnostics, pharmacologically active substances, infusions, pharmaceutical compounds and formulations, excipients, carrier substances, adjuvants, dosing methods and forms, pharmaceutical manufacturing, pharmaceutical analysis, etc.
Medical technology deals with the application of engineering principles to the field of medicine. It therefore encompasses objects used to treat or diagnose illness.
We possess particularly extensive experience in the following areas: surgical, therapeutic and diagnostic instruments and devices, medical laboratory equipment, medical devices, dressings, antiseptics, cannulae, catheters, infusion containers, infusion sets, implants, etc.