Jürgen Stampfl, Univ.Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr. mont.

TU Wien

Inst. of Materials Science and Technology

Getreidemarkt 9 BE

A-1060 Vienna

 

Tel: +43-(0)1-58801-30862

E-mail: juergen.stampfl@tuwien.ac.at

 
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Short CV

Duration Occupation
2017- Full professor for Materials and Additive Manufacturing, TU Wien
2015- Co-Founder and managing director Cubicure GmbH
2012-2019 Head CD Laboratory "Photopolymers in digital and restorative dentistry"
2011-2015 Co-founder and shareholder Lithoz GmbH
2005-2017 Associate professor, TU Wien
2004 Habilitation in 'Materials Science'
2001-2004 University assistant, TU Wien
2000-2001 Staff scientist, Austrian Research Centers, Seibersdorf
1997-2000 Research Associate, Nanoscale Prototyping Laboratory, Stanford University
1996 PhD thesis in Materials Science, Montanuniversität Leoben
1994-1997 Staff scientist at Erich Schmid Institute der ÖAW, Leoben
1987-1993 Studies of Applied Physics, (TU Graz)
Publications
Publications 1994-2002 see my list of older Publications
Publications 2003-2021 see TU Wien publication database
H-Index 2021 49 according to Google Scholar
Other activities
Reviewer Reviewer for funding organizations in Germany, Switzerland, Israel, USA and Italy. Volume of the reviewed projects >500Mio. Euro

Teaching TU Wien

LV-Nr. LV-Titel
308.106 Biocompatible Materials, 2SWS VO
308.120 Fracture mechanics, 2SWS LUE
308.124 Materials processing, 4SWS PA
308.118 Alternative material concepts, 4SWS PA
308.884 Privatissimum for PhD students, 3SWS VO

Teaching Medical University of Vienna

LV-Nr. LV-Titel
825.008 Materials Science,
2SWS VO

Field of work

Research topics

My field of expertise lies in Materials for lithography-based Additive Manufacturing. Current focus of my work is the fabrication and characterization of photopolymers for additive manufacturing and the development 3D-printers with excellent precision and resolution for processing of these photopolymers.

The aim is to ensure that the printed components are as good as or better than conventionally manufactured components in terms of surface quality, precision and (thermo)mechanical properties. The current focus is on ceramics and polymer materials for biomedical engineering.