Timothy Wangler

Timothy Wangler is a postdoctoral researcher at the Physical Chemistry of Building Materials group at the Institute for Building Materials since April 2012. Timothy Wangler received his Bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering with a minor in waste management, from the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology in 2001, graduating with highest honors. He worked for Intel Corporation for three years before deciding to pursue a PhD. In September 2004, he entered the doctoral program at Princeton University, USA in the Department of Chemical Engineering. He completed his PhD thesis on “Conservation of Clay-Bearing Stones: Understanding the Swelling and Damage Mechanisms” under the guidance of Prof. George W. Scherer in 2009. Timothy Wangler joined the NCCR Digital Fabrication in September 2014.

Role in the NCCR Digital Fabrication: Postdoctoral researcher

Projects: Mesh Mould,  Digital Concrete Processing,  3D Printing for Complex Architectural Components

Affiliation: Physical Chemistry of Building Materials Group, ETH Zurich

Email: Timothy Wangler

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