Christophe Marquette, Julien Barthès and Edwin-Joffrey Courtial worked together in a collaborative project for the development of a class III silicone medical device obtained by an additive manufacturing process. This project was an opportunity for the 3 founders to consolidate their « know-how » in the field of silicones and to develop a breakthrough printing technology for this material.
At the crossroads between « fundamental research » and « development of industrial processes », they decided to create the company 3Deus Dynamics aimed at obtaining very high performance silicone prints.
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Julien Barthès, CEO of 3DEUS Dynamics received the Doctorat in physics and chemistry (2014) from the Université de Strasbourg. He worked for 6 years in a MedTech start-up on the development of medical devices by 3D printing with experiences in business development, financing of innovation and coordination of international and multi-disciplinary MedTech program.
Edwin-Joffrey Courtial, CTO, received the Doctorat in Materials (2015) from the Université Claude Bernard-Lyon 1. After a 4 years post-doctoral fellowship at the 3d.FAB plaform, he integrated the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) in 2020. He is presently permanent researcher at the Institut de Chimie et Biochimie Moléculaires et Supramoléculaires (ICBMS, UMR5246, CNRS-Université Lyon1) and is mostly focused on 3D printing, rheology and mechanical characterization applied to polymer.
Christophe Marquette, CSO, Research Director, received the Doctorat in Biochemistry (1999) from the Université Claude Bernard-Lyon 1. After a two years post-doctoral fellowship at the Concordia University (Canada, Qc), he integrated the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) in 2001. He is presently permanent Research Director and Deputy Director at the Institut de Chimie et Biochimie Moléculaires et Supramoléculaires (ICBMS, UMR5246, CNRS-Université Lyon1) and is 3d.FAB coordinator specialized in additive manufacturing technologies for Life Science.
A great team to print the impossible