10th International Conference
of the European Society for Precision Engineering & Nanotechnology
Monday 31st May – Friday 4th June 2010, Delft, Netherlands
The European Society for Precision Engineering and Nanotechnology (euspen) is delighted to be hosting their 10th International Conference in the Netherlands at the historical city of Delft.
This year, in conjunction with the society’s core themes of ultra precision processes, machines and technologies, a focus will be given to emerging patterning technologies and methods. Wind turbines and their associated precision engineering challenges will also be addressed; from gear technologies to the large scale metrology demanded for blade surfaces. For further information, please visit: www.delft2010.euspen.eu
- Emerging Patterning Technologies and Methods
- Wind Turbines – Precision Engineering Challenges
- Medical Applications of Precision Engineering
- Nano and Micro Metrology
- Ultra Precision Machines and Control
- High Precision Mechatronics
- Important/Novel Advances in Precision Engineering and Nano Technologies
euspen’s 10th International Conference will once again provide a leading forum in which to communicate and survey latest research, technology and product developments within the community.
The Society is very pleased to partner with the Department of Precision and Microsystems Engineering within the Technical University of Delft to deliver this highly regarded technical meeting and networking event. A city more than 750 years old, the picturesque old town of Delft is ringed by canals forming a conglomerate of small islands, reconnected by streets and bridges >>>
euspen’s international conference has an established reputation for providing a leading commercial exhibition for organizations who set the standards for developments in the field of precision, micro and nano engineering.
With a 50:50 ratio of leading players from industry to academic experts, plus more than 30 countries world-wide typically represented, euspen’s International Conference creates a unique environment to present your organisation >>>
On the morning of Friday 4th June an optional joint tour will be available to the Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research, TNO and The Dutch Metrology Institute, VSL. There will also be a tour to the European Space Research & Technology Centre, Estec >>>
A perspective on leading international activities will further be provided by the American and Japanese Societies for Precision Engineering who will each deliver a set of invited keynote papers.
For further information, please contact euspen Event Coordinator Ms Debbie Nyman
email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: +44 1234 754154