About UscondenZero GmbH was founded 2019 as a spin-off company of the Laboratory for Quantum Matter Research of the University of Zurich in Switzerland. Our field of expertise includes the development and production of scientific instruments and components for research applications in ultra-high vacuum and cryogenic conditions.
Dr. Denys Sutter
Prof. Johan Chang
ESA BIC CH
It is with great excitement and honour that we announce our participation in the ESA BIC CH program. We are very much looking forward to developing our connection to space related industries. In particular, we wish to accelerate the use of advanced additive manufacturing technologies for space applications.
We are grateful to Innosuisse for their decision to help and support condenZero via the core coaching program. On this three-year program, we aim to grow and consolidate. In the first year period, we will be working on our first sales campaign, financial structures and advance our IP strategy.
Venture Kick final
Participation in the Venture-Kick semi-final was exciting, instructive and inspiring. Retained for the final, we are now parallel working on market analysis, sales strategy along with the development of the cryo-TEM holder. We are looking forward to the Venture-Kick final in Spring 2021.
From June 2020 on, we were part of the Innosuisse initial coaching program. This has been a very enlightening process. Special thank goes to Dr. Robert Sum. Building on Robert’s expertise and experience have been extremely valuable for condenZero’s startup phase.
Venture Kick Semifinal
Recently, Venture Kick decided to support four new high-potential startup companies. The condenZero project is one of the startups selected for a “kick”. This is certainly going to accelerate our market research and prototyping efforts.
Eleven young researchers were awarded the Proof-of-Concept grant from the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) & Innosuisse. With the project to make a new cryogenics tool for transmission electron microscopy, condenZero is among the selected projects.
While working on a pulsed magnetic field setup for diffraction experiments at SwissFel, Dominik Biscette invented a new type of cryostat. This paved the way for the cryo-TEM development underpinning the activities of condenZero.
End of 2018, Denys Sutter has been awarded a UZH BioTech-MedTech Entrepreneur Fellowship from the Werner Siemens Foundation to develop a new type of cryo-sample holder for transmission electron microscopy.