Before he started at IWC Schaffhausen, Lorenz worked in the medical device industry: artificial knees and hips were his specialty. But he could never forget the IWC watches he saw in the windows of jewelry stores on his daily commute along Zurich’s Bahnhofstrasse. Years later, a position in IWC’s research and innovation department opened up. The rest is history. As head of research and innovation, Dr. Lorenz Brunner is the mastermind behind the development of IWC’s groundbreaking and innovative material Ceratanium®, as well as the IWC Big Pilot’s Watch Shock Absorber XPL. In this podcast, Paul Ripke finds out which mountains Lorenz has already climbed, which instrument he loves to play, and what advice from his PhD supervisor Lorenz still acts on.
Tune in to this episode of Partners In Time and learn more about what happens inside IWC’s Research and Innovation Department.
08.10.2021 - 38 min.
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