Johanna Ticar joined the Angel Valve project in 2017. Ticar is contributing to the developement of the Mitral Butterfly. She was previously R&D engineer at Xeltis, a start-up company in Eindhoven. Ticar holds an MSc in Biomedical Engineering from Graz University of Technology and in Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine from UAS Vienna.
After completing a masters degree in Sports-Equipment Technology, Christoph Pillmeier spent 2 years with Ottobock, working as a clinical project manager and design validation engineer. He joined Angel Valve Project in February 2017 as an executive assistant.
Arpad Bakonyi joined the Angel Valve project in 2017 as a graduating Master Student in Biomedical Engineering at the Vienna University of Technology. Enthusiastic in the fields of biomaterials and biomechanics, he is developing a new Angel Valve concept for his Master Thesis while supporting the product development of the Mitral Butterfly. Bakonyi worked previously as a CRA and as a product management intern. He also pursues his second MSc in International Engineering and Business at the UAS Vienna.