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Chair of Product Dev.& Eng. Design

Martin Stöck

LEE O 219

Leonhardstrasse 21

8092 Zürich

Switzerland

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Martin Stöck was born in the Rhine Valley in Switzerland. After leaving school, he embarked on an apprenticeship as a physics laboratory assistant at Hilti AG. He completed a Master’s in microengineering at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), specialising in production methods and electric motors. He has been working at BRUSA, an innovative company based in the Rhine Valley that develops electric motors, since 2011. He embarked on a doctorate on improving the power density of electric motors at ETH Zurich in 2013. In his research, he analyses and improves the thermal conductivity of the winding in an electric motor. In his spare time, he enjoys being in the mountains.

Related Topic and Project:

Form Litz Winding

ADF Winter School-An exciting concept of the Arbeitsgemeinschaft Dermatologische Forschung to connect young scientists and clinician scientists in Dermatology at the top of Germany
Amir S. Yazdi, Meltem Barlin, Katharina Böhm, Fabian Gendrisch, Saeedeh Ghorbanalipoor, Stefanie Häberle, Annamarie Hamel, Svea Hüning, Clemens Hüttner, Irina Iwanova, Theodora Kanaki, Susanne Kimeswenger, Nadine Lohmann, Saira Munir, Sukalp Muzumdar, Manuel P. Pereira, Patricia Peking, Kristin Plesser, Adriana Rendon, Maximilian Rentschler, Carolin Schlumprecht, Anna Smorodchenko, Martin Stock, Jessica Tillmanns, Ugur Uslu, Kamran Ghoreschi, Martin Glatz, Stephan Grabbe, Manfred Kunz, Ralf Ludwig, Karin Scharffetter-Kochanek and Karin Loser
Experimental Dermatology, 26 (3): 292-294, Copenhagen: Munksgaard, 2017.
Steigerung der Leistungsdichte und der Wirtschaftlichkeit von Elektromotoren für atomotive Fahrantriebe
Martin Stöck
Doctoral Thesis, Zürich, ETH-Zürich, 2016.
Innovative Winding Method for Electric Motors suitable for High Production Volumes of EVs
Martin Stöck, Martin Breu, Quentin Lohmeyer and Mirko Meboldt
2015.
Increasing the Power Density of E-Motors by Innovative Winding Design
Martin Stöck, Quentin Lohmeyer and Mirko Meboldt
Procedia CIRP, 36: 236-241, Amsterdam: Elsevier, 2015.
Leveraging lean in the office: Lean office needs a novel and differentiated approach
Bruno G. Rüttimann, Urs P. Fischer and Martin T. Stöckli
Journal of Service Science and Management, 2014 (7): 352-360, Irvine, CA: Scientific Research Publishing, Inc., 2014.
 
 
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