The synergy of Paul’s and Damien’s respective PhD thesis on micro-additive manufacturing and wavefront shaping leads to the invention of volumetric 3D printing.
After the successful production complex structures, Damien and Paul focused on improving the printing accuracy and developing the material portfolio of volumetric 3D printing.
As our patent-pending technology is becoming more mature, we are currently expanding our team to bring our products and services to market in the near future.
Damien graduated from EPFL in 2017 with a PhD in microenginering. His expertise in light shaping through complex media put him on the track of developing Readily3D’s algorithm for volumetric 3D printing.
After having secured initial funding for Readily3D, Damien now works on establishing new business partnerships to foster the commercialization of volumetric 3D printing.
Paul holds a PhD in Photonics from EPFL. During his PhD studies, at the forefront of additive manufacturing, Paul acquired a multidisciplinary background and pioneered micro-additive manufacturing through endoscopic probes. Paul co-authored 9 publications and holds 3 patent applications.
Paul focuses on bringing volumetric 3D printing to market and creating bespoke applications for Readily3D’s customers.
Nikos holds a MSc in Polymer/Polymeric Nanocomposite science and a PhD in Materials Science and Surface Engineering. As a polymer scientist, Nikos has demonstrated exceptional problem-solving skills and an ability to think out the box. He is now involved in the development of new applications for Readily3D’s volumetric 3D printing technology.
HARRY VAN DER LAAN
Harry has a strong background in organic chemistry and polymer chemistry. His pioneering PhD work at the University of Michigan allowed for the fastest vertical print rates (2019) in stereolithographic AM. Harry is also experienced in structure-property relationships for polymer applications in dentistry, and the biomedical and photovoltaic fields.
Co-founder, Business advisor
Professor Christophe Moser took part in key innovations in holography over the last two decades.
Professor Moser co-founded Composyt Light Labs, acquired by Intel in 2014 and was also co-founder and CEO (2000-2010) of Ondax, acquired by Coherent Inc. in 2018