Ing. Slingerland, M.

Mascha Slingerland does Technical Support for Education and Research at the Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering. She mainly supports students and staff in building measurement equipment, 3D CAD design, testing materials, recycling plastics, working with (new/bio) materials and chemicals and lab-safety.

Academic Background

Prior to joining IDE in 2015, Mascha Slingerland worked as a research engineer in the Faculty of Applied Science at Delft University of Technology where she specialiszed in building measurement equipment. She is educated in physics (BSc Haagse Hogeschool - 1994) combined with courses in Mechatronics (2001) and Precision Technology (2007).


  • 2017 – 2019
    UTQ (University Teaching Qualification)
  • 2010
    Laser safety
  • 2007
    Construction principles for precision technology
  • 2000 – 2001
    Post-graduate programme in Precision Engineering Technology Mechatronics
  • 1995
    Vacuum Technology
  • 1990 – 1994
    Rijswijk Institute of Technology, Applied Physics


  • 2015 – present
    Education and Design Engineering Research Support Technician
    Applied Lab Support; Design Engineering Research Support; and Education Support, including at TecDoc, Manufacturing & Design, Construction and Modelling
  • 2014 – 2016
    NEVAC (Netherlands Vacuum Association), Vacuum Technology lecturer
  • 2000 – 2015
    Education and Research-related Technician at TU Delft’s Faculty of Applied Sciences department of Quantum Nanoscience
    Development, design, manufacture and maintenance of measurement equipment for research purposes
  • 1998 – 2000
    Physics research staff member at TU Delft’s Faculty of Applied Sciences, Reactor Institute
    Development of a measurement instrument for neutron scattering
  • 1994 – 1998
    Research engineer at TU Delft’s Faculty of Applied Sciences, Nanoscale experiments and technology
    Development of nanoscale research setup

Lectures and/or coaches students on

  • TecDoc
  • Manufacturing & Design
  • Working with chemicals
  • Recycling plastics
  • Testing materials