NICOLAS de LUSSY initially qualified in Civil Engineering, before obtaining a national qualification as a Physiotherapist. His practice is located in Paris (16th arrondissement) where he specialises in the Mézières method of physiotherapy. Since 2014, he has been active in the field of biomechanics and materials structure and resistance at the EPF Graduate School of Engineering. On the strength of his fundamental research work, he founded Push4M in 2016 to offer to the industrial sector a new lever arm actuator based on a little-known approach, that based on muscle function.
Nicolas de Lussy, Président et directeur technique
Découvreur de la poussée transversale musculaire
Inventeur de l’activateur breveté de Push4M
spécialiste du développement industriel
JACQUES PELLAS is a graduate of Centrale Paris and de Sup’ Aéro (ISAE). He began his engineering career at the ONERA (National Office of Aerospace Studies and Research) before joining Dassault Aviation group. He was successively Total Quality Executive Director, Military Support Executive Director, Information Systems Executive Director before he left the group in 2011. In 2014, he became President of the EPF foundation, where he took a close interest in NICOLAS de LUSSY’s work, which he had checked by the MODELICA modelling system. Convinced by scientific results confirmed by at least three different calculation methods (mathematical, physical and software) and by experimental prototypes, he became a shareholder of PUSH4M in 2016.
spécialiste développement de marché
FREDERIC PLISSON holds a Master’s Degree in Economics and is a graduate of the SFAF (French Society of Financial Analysts). He has worked for Ferri, Natwest and Exane and has sound experience in the financial intermediation field and an in-depth knowledge of the key European values. He joined La Financière de l’Echiquier (an independent asset management company) in 2002 and has managed the Echiquier Major fund since its creation in 2005. He also was convinced by the validity of NICOLAS DELUSSY’s original approach from the perspective of his experience as an “outstanding manager” analyst. He also acquired an interest in PUSH4M in 2016.
Spécialiste du développement de start-Up en robotique
From a young age, BRUNO MAISONNIER has been a robotics fan. He is a graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique and the inventor of Nao, a small humanoid robot. The PUSH4M technology, based on the workings of the human body, won the support of BRUNO MAISONNIER, who became a shareholder in the company this summer. “The PUSH4M lever arm is innovative and could well mark a turning point in the evolution of the robot”, BRUNO MAISONNIER reckons.