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researcher , Mechanical engineer

Roland Anderegg, Swiss mechanical engineer, researcher. Achievements include patents for method of measuring date of soil; patents for determination of soil rigidity values; patents for system of coordinated soil cultivation; patents for vibrating sieve machine; patents for method for operation and bifrequent exitation; patents for new applications of principle of autoparametric resonance. Recipient medal, Federal Institute of Technology, 1992.

Background

Anderegg, Roland was born on March 16, 1967 in Olten, Switzerland. Son of Arthur Anton Anderegg and Olga Mathilda Lerjen.

Education

M Mechanical Engineering, Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich, Switzerland, 1992. Dr Sc Technology, Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich, Switzerland, 1997. MAS in Management, Technology and Economics, Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich, Switzerland, 2007.

Career

Research assistant Institute Lighweight Structures Federal Institute of Technology, 1992—1994, science assistant Center Mechanics, 1992—1997. Development engineer Research and Development SIG Pack Systems, Switzerland, 1998. Member development group Ammann Conpaction Ltd., Langenthal, Switzerland, 1999—2001.

Head basic Research and Development group compaction technology Ammann Compaction Ltd., 2002—2009. Professor mechatronics University Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland. Member standardization group Verband Schweizerischer Strassen & Verkehrsfachleute, Zurich, since 2000.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patents for method of measuring date of soil. Patents for determination of soil rigidity values. Patents for system of coordinated soil cultivation.

    Patents for vibrating sieve machine. Patents for method for operation and bifrequent exitation. Patents for new applications of principle of autoparametric resonance.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    History, general technology, travel, physical training.

Connections

father:
Arthur Anton Anderegg

mother:
Olga Mathilda Lerjen