The SISCERA consortium is constituted by
4 European partners from
3 different countries:
Based in Sallanches, at the foot of the Mont Blanc range, France, Anthogyr is a family business based on expertise on precision mechanics developed in the Vallee de l’Arve near Geneva. Specialized in the design, the manufacturing and the distribution of innovative implant and instrumentation solutions, Anthogyr is the partner of the complete tooth restoration for dental practitioners and dental technicians with its Axiom® Multi Level® and Simeda® ranges. With a consolidated turnover of 46 million euros in 2017 and a staff of more than 400 people, Anthogyr manufactures in products in France and in Luxembourg and markets them on four continents thanks to its six subsidiaries and a network of dedicated distributors. Close to 60% of the group’s sales are made in France, 20% in Europe, 11% in Asia, and 9% in the rest of the world. Anthogyr continues its strategy as a “Prime Mover” in implantology, based on an innovative premium range accessible to the widest possible.
– Dr. Nicolas COURTOIS – Head Officer – Research and Technology – Coordinator of the SISCERA project
DOCERAM MEDICAL CERAMICS – MOESCHTER GROUP:
DOCERAM Medical Ceramics GmbH is an independent company and a part of the renowned Moeschter Group which specializes in industrially manufactured high-performance materials.
The Dortmund (Germany) based company has been researching, developing, producing and distributing high-quality zirconium oxide components for dental and medical applications for almost 20 years – with industrial technologies and consistently growing success. As a result, the high-precision biocompatible Nacera milling blanks and dental instruments have established themselves as a premium brand for aesthetic CAD/CAM-based dental prostheses all over the world.
– Mr. Tobias FÜRDERER – Head of Technology
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National Institute of Applied Sciences
INSA Lyon (National Institute of Applied Sciences) is ranked among the top Engineering schools in Science and Technology in Europe. MATEIS, which stands for ‘Materials Engineering and Science’, develops a multidisciplinary approach in the field of materials, including physics, chemistry and mechanics. The laboratory has a long experience of materials for biomedical applications, with a team specialized on biological interactions composed of materials scientists, biologists and clinicians.
The ‘Ceramic and Composites’ team is internationally known for its work on ceramics for orthopedic and dental applications. MATEIS has developed strong background in the field of ceramic processing, surface functionalization, mechanical performances in relevant conditions and biological interactions.
– Prof. Jérôme CHEVALIER and Dr. Helen REVERON
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Swerea is a research institute with around 150 researchers located in Sweden. The institute is none profit organization owned by the Swedish government and an industrial membership association. The main activities are within applied research where new technologies and methods are introduced in sectors focusing on products, processes and production to create competitive advantages for the companies. There is also an in depth expertise of fabrication and characterization of materials such as ceramics, metals, polymers and fibers. In the field of ceramics, the work is mainly focused on processing, shaping methods and additive manufacturing of ceramics where the knowledge in ceramic processing will be used to support the SISCERA project.
– Erik Adolfsson, PhD – Researcher
– @ : Erik.Adolfsson@swerea.se