3D-Micromac AG appoints new Chief Technology Officer
The management board of 3D-Micromac AG (Chemnitz, Germany) has appointed Hartmut Schubert to the position of chief technology officer (CTO) effective immediately. In this role, he is responsible for the strategic management of the company's technology division.
After successfully completing his studies in control engineering in Darmstadt, Germany, Schubert worked for VITRONIC Dr.-Ing. Stein Bildverarbeitungssysteme GmbH for many years. During this time, he also completed his MBA studies in Mannheim, Germany and Paris. Since 2012, Schubert has held various technical and managerial positions at Dr. Heinrich Schneider Messtechnik GmbH. There, he was mainly responsible for strategic management, organisational optimiation, new product development and the continued development of the OEM business unit. His profound experience in production/design, hardware and software development, and quality management complete his portfolio.
"My career stages have always been characterised by strong company growth through technical innovation, digitalisation, business development and change management. I look forward to contributing these experiences to the continued successful development at 3D-Micromac," stated Schubert.
Uwe Wagner, CEO of 3D-Micromac AG, commented: "With the addition of Hartmut Schubert, we have completed our management team. We look forward to further strengthening our innovative power together with him and advancing 3D-Micromac technologically in the future."
Founded in 2002, 3D-Micromac AG is the industry leader in laser micromachining, delivering powerful, user-friendly, and leading-edge processes with superior production efficiency. They develop processes, machines, and turnkey solutions at the highest technical and technological level. 3D-Micromac systems and services have been successfully implemented in various high-tech industries worldwide including photovoltaic, semiconductor, glass and display industries, micro diagnostics, and medical technology.
Caption: Hartmut Schubert (photo: 3D-Micromac)