Marco obtained his master degree in Mechanical Engineering at EPFL in 2013. His master thesis covered the finite element simulation of crash test dummies abdomen during frontal car crash.
After his graduation, he worked for one year and a half in a former start-up of the EPFL, ETEL, that provides motion control solutions. As an R&D Engineer, he was involved in the development of a new family of 200 torque motors.
Marco joined Lunaphore in November 2015 as R&D Engineer to develop hardware solutions for the current microfluidic tissue processing system and for the next generation of products.