Dr. Florian Doetzer presents at TUM Asia Seminar

Singapore, 15 September 2015: Dr. Florian Doetzer gave a lecture about "Composite Trends in Aerospace" during TUM Asia's Speaker Series titled "Building the Future of Aerospace". The program was organized by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and Technische Universität München Asia (TUM Asia) and supported by the German Embassy.

Dr. Doetzer was sharing the session with Prof. Dr.-Ing. Horst Baier a pioneer of lightweight design, with more than 30 years of experience in that field.

Picture of Lecture

CCS signs MoU with Centre for Lightweight Construction (LZS)

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Dresden, 9 February 2015: Composite Cluster Singapore (CCS) and Leichtbau-Zentrum-Sachsen (LZS) sign a Memorandum of Understanding to enter a strategic partnership in product co-development and technology distribution. 

Picture shows (rear, from left): Lee Hsien Loong (Prime Minister of Singapore), Stanislaw Tillich (Minister-President of Saxony)
(front, from left): Dr. Florian Doetzer (Managing Director CCS), Dr. Martin Lepper (Managing Director LZS)

CCS and partners develop a new method to create high-performance composite structures with thermoplastic tapes

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Singapore 19th November 2014: Composite Cluster Singapore (CCS) has developed a concept that aims at manufacturing high-performance composite structures in shorter time and with significantly reduced cost. The groundbreaking concept builds on market proven thermoplastic tape placement technology and integrates it with advanced robotics and laser technologies to overcome limitations of current solutions. CCS will continue the development in a project, jointly with its partners HOPE Technik Pte Ltd, KUKA Robot Automation (M) Sdn Bhd, SGL Group and TRUMPF Pte Ltd.

Picture shows (from left): Hor Chee Shen (KUKA), Chia Thien Fook (CCS), Jerry Ang (CCS), Andreas Erber (SGL), Lim Chee Meng (CCS), Prof. Klaus Drechsler (TUM-LCC), Florian Doetzer (CCS), Johnny Teo (SPRING), Goh Siong Teck (SPRING), Peter Ho (CCS)

Careers at CCS

Why Join CCS?

CCS works on the forefront of advanced composites, with global customers from small innovative start-ups to multi-national corporations. We are pushing the boundaries of high performance materials and provide a wide range of solutions to our customers.

The large variety of projects from Aerospace, Oil&Gas, Medical, Lifestyle to Automotive and our network of high-tech partners open opportunities for personal growth and competency development.

We are passionate about composite technologies and promoting them wherever we are. We are looking for creative minds with strong entrepreneurial DNA. Our projects are challenging, our customers demanding and our expectations high. Do you have what it takes?  

Talk to us. And we’ll find out!

email us at:  info@compositecluster.com

 

Who are our engineers ?

At the CCS, engineers are Project Engineers in Advanced Composites. 

They coordinate and direct projects related to advanced composite structures. By following the development of new products from concept design to production, they support customers throughout the duration of a project to deliver a state-of-the-art, achieved composite product. To this extend, they rely on a strong technical expertise in the field of composites (e.g. fiber composite structure design & manufacturing, automation, advanced preforming, etc.) and practical experiences in CAE.  

As a small team, working at the CCS also requires to be actively engaged in project management aspects, as long as some commercial activities (bid proposal, technical sales). 

 

Open Positions

We do not currently have open positions, but adequate candidates are always welcome to contact us!

 

Article in Aerospace Singapore Magazine

Singapore, June 2014: The article "Trends in high-performance composites", written by Prof. Klaus Drechsler and Dr. Florian Doetzer from CCS has been published in Aerospace Singapore Magazine's May-August Issue Volume 7 / No.2 / 2014.

The article points out implications and associated trends of recent years' sharp increase in innovation and research and development (R&D), which has been driven mainly by two major industrial developments: the decision to use composites for primary structures of large airliners and the introduction in mass market automobiles.

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