Management board

“The starting point for the greatest companies often lies in barely perceptible opportunities.”

 

-Demosthenes -

Dr. Oliver Humbach

For temicon

On October 1, 2005, Dr. Humbach founded temicon GmbH in Dortmund and has been shareholder and CEO ever since. He grew temicon into a worldwide serial manufacturer of nano- and micro-structured components for a wide range of high-tech applications, such as displays, micro-optics, biotechnology and automotive.

Career

Oliver Humbach studied physics at the University of Münster and graduated in 1995 with a doctorate in natural sciences specializing in opto-electronics at the University of Duisburg. Since autumn 1994, he has worked at various companies as an R&D project manager, deputy sales and marketing manager, and as the head of the micro-technologies division.

Markus Rawert

For temicon

Since March 28, 2019, Markus Rawert been with temicon’s upper management as an attorney. He came to the company in 2015 and founded the Polymer Parts division. Since 2020, Rawert has been in charge of the product management area.

Career

Markus Rawert was born in Coesfeld, Westphalia, Germany, in 1970. He completed his studies in physical engineering with an emphasis on laser application technology and microsystems technology in 1989. After that came work in startups involving microfluidics and innovative display technology. While engaged in his career, Rawert pursued a bachelor’s degree in economics, which he completed in 2014.

Dr. Michael Kröger

For temicon

Dr. Michael Kröger arrived at temicon in July 2020 as Head of Operations and has led the operations division as COO since January 2021. Before that, Dr. Kröger served in various management roles for a DAX-listed chemical company and two startups.

Career

Born in 1979 in Gütersloh, he studied electrotechnology at the Technical University of Braunschweig from 1998 to 2003. In 2007, Kröger received his doctorate in engineering in the field of organic light-emitting diodes and researched the electronic states of semiconductor surfaces at Princeton University (USA) from 2007 to 2009.