Urs Kafader

Urs has been supervising the technical training at maxon motor for 20 years. He runs training sessions on the technology and use of maxon products, both for the employees at the maxon headquarters in Sachseln and for the international sales net - work, as well as for customers. He has a Ph.D. in physics as well as an MBA in production science. He began his career at the Laboratory for Solid State Physics at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich.

Felix Herger

Felix is an electrical engineer and has a post graduate degree in business administration. He has been working in sales at maxon motor AG for around twenty years. Felix is a sales manager and supervises maxon subsidiaries in the UK and Australia. Before starting at maxon, he developed measurement and control systems for water and energy supply.

Angelica Perzan

Angelica earned her Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Roger Williams University while working as a CNC Operator at Grace Machine Company and leading her University’s chapter of the Society of Women Engineers. She started at maxon in November of 2014 as an Inside Sales Engineer and works within the Small Quantities Department focusing on new business development.

Juergen Wagenbach

Juergen studied Physics and joined maxon in 1989 the first time. He was engaged in the firmware development of maxon motion controllers then. At the same time he studied Business Engineering and later on Software Engineering to broaden his knowledge about technical and commercial aspects of industrial systems. Juergen left maxon in 2000 and worked for a Software Consulting and a Motion Control company before he returned.

Jessica Kang

Jessica is a sales engineer and head of the sales department in South Korea. After completing her electrical engineering degree, she immediately got a job at maxon and has been part of the company ever since.

Robin Phillips

Robin studied mathematics at Bristol University (UK) and astrophysics at the University of Kent (UK) before working as an instrument support scientist at the James Clerk Maxwell Telescope on Mauna Kea in Hawaii. Then he moved to the University of Lethbridge in Alberta (Canada) where he worked as a project manager in an instrumentation group, designing and deploying atmospheric measurement equipment for telescope sites. These remotely controlled instruments used maxon motors for their mechanisms, a link which work ultimately led him to his current position as Aerospace project manager at maxon motor