The team behind AMS
In recent years, the team around AMS has developed a process chain that is ideally adapted to the needs of amorphous metals and enables the production of high quantities.
This process chain covers all metallurgical process steps – from the raw elements to the finished part – and we work according to the highest quality standards in order to meet the customers’ expectations. At the same time, the small number of process steps makes it possible to work cost and resource efficient.
AMS is a spin-off of the Chair of Metallic Materials at Saarland University of Prof. Ralf Busch. The team was funded by the “EXIST Forschungstansfer” till June 2021. This funding program supports young scientists in the transfer of top-class research results into the industry.
M.Sc. Peter Linek
Dr.-Ing. Alexander Kuball
Dr.-Ing. Simon Hechler
Dr.-Ing. Benedikt Bochtler
Dr.-Ing. Oliver Gross
Team photos: © Beate-Helena Wehrle
End of EXIST Forschungstransfer
AMS successfully completes the 1st funding phase of the EXIST research transfer and will operate exclusively as an independent company from July 2021 onwards.
Success at Businessplan-Competition 1,2,3 GO
2nd place at the Businessplan-Competition 1,2,3 GO
Founding of a Company
Foundation of the company
Amorphous Metal Solutions GmbH
EXIST Research Transfer Project Start – Funding by BMWi and ESF
Filing of a patent
Application for a patent for our processing method at the German Patent and Trademark Office
Winning at the Inventor Competition
Participation in the inventor competition of Saarland University (1st place)
Partners and supporters
Prof. Ralf Busch
Chair for Metallic Materials
Europe’s leading expert on amorphous metals
Prof. Ute Rabe
Fraunhofer Institute for Non-Destructive Testing
Expert for non-destructive materials testing
Former plant manager at Bosch in Homburg
Dipl.-Kfm. Joachim Hechler
EQT Partners AB
Expert in business administration and project management