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"Nano has the potential to innovate our instruments. That is why we work together with PME-researchers from TU Delft"

André Boer, General Manager Krohne Altometer & Chairman Holland Instrumentation.

Date
Wednesday 25 October 2017
13.30 – 18.00 h.
Location
TU Delft – Faculty 3mE – Mekelweg 2
Laboratory of the Department of Precision and Microsystems Engineering
Dear,

Do you want to know what potential nano has for your products and business?

 

TU Delft, in collaboration with Holland Instrumentation, kindly invites you for our upcoming Nano Engineering Inspiration Event.

 

Nanotechnology is about to make the transition to create wide industrial and societal impact. The TU Delft Department Precision and Microsystems Engineering (PME) starts the Nano Engineering Research Initiative (NERI) to collaborate with industry and research institutes in order to develop breakthrough industrial applications: nano from lab to app.

 

Get inspired!

To celebrate the start of NERI we will open our lab on 25 October. Come and see our laboratories, engage with our researchers and NERI partners and discover opportunities for groundbreaking innovations of your devices and systems fuelled by nano. You will get to know more about the various areas of nano such as engineered material structures; smart fluidic polymer systems; topology optimization for pushing performance limits; precision and micro-mechatronics; scalable nano-manufacturing; in-line nano-metrology and nano materials & devices. Read inspiring NERI examples.

 

All you must bring is an open mind and the vision to innovate your product portfolio by being involved in research.

 

Who should attend?

Program Managers, R&D Directors, CTO’s and CEO’s from SME’s, large companies and institutes.

Participation is free, registration is required. Practical details will be sent to you in due time.


We hope to meet you on October 25th.



Kind regards,


Just Herder

Head of the PME department


Marcel Tichem/Gaby Offermans

NERI Program leaders


André Boer

General Manager Krohne Altometer

Chairman Holland Instrumentation