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Jan van Eijk speaks during the DSPE Conference 2014. The winner of the ASPE Lifetime Achievement Award 2021 attaches great value to knowledge sharing and was therefore co-initiator of the DSPE Conference on precision mechatronics in 2012. (Photo: Jochem Treu)

Jan van Eijk receives the ASPE Lifetime Achievement Award 2021

Eindhoven, November 4, 2021 Prof.Dr. Jan van Eijk is awarded the ASPE Lifetime Achievement Award for broad-reaching advances in precision mechatronics and for promoting the active sharing of these advances throughout the technical community. Jan van Eijk accepts the ASPE Lifetime Achievement Award as a representative of the Dutch community in precision engineering. As a

Celebrating 20 years of Sensofar spirit

November 2021 Keeping our essence Renewing our brand 2021 is a year of celebration for Sensofar, we have been in business for 20 years. Our beginning was enhanced by the passionate and entrepreneurial spirit of our founders, when they wanted to leverage their knowledge about the science of light, to create disruptive technologies that would

Kees Verbaan proudly showing the certificate and trophy that come with the Ir. A. Davidson Award 2021. (Photo: Julie van Stiphout)

Kees Verbaan (NTS) wins Ir. A. Davidson Award 2021

Eindhoven, November 2021 Kees Verbaan (NTS) wins Ir. A. Davidson Award 2021 Prize for multidisciplinary, enthusiastic system architect During the 20th edition of the Precision Fair, held this year for the first time in Den Bosch (NL), the Ir. A. Davidson Award was presented to Kees Verbaan. Verbaan is a system architect at NTS Development

Wim van der Hoek Award 2021 goes to TU/e alumnus Nick Habraken

Eindhoven (NL), November 2021 Prize for microsurgery robot redesign During the 20th edition of the Precision Fair, held this year for the first time in Den Bosch (NL), the Wim van der Hoek Award was presented under the auspices of DSPE (Dutch Society for Precision Engineering). The prize went to Nick Habraken, who graduated from

Teun van de Sande, winner of the Wim van der Hoek Award 2020

PRESS RELEASE Eindhoven (NL), November 2020 Wim van der Hoek Award goes to TU/e alumnus Teun van de Sande Prize for design of a complex mechanism During the online programme of the 2020 Precision Fair, the Wim van der Hoek Award was presented under the auspices of DSPE (Dutch Society for Precision Engineering). The prize

EMPIR project successfully delivers workshop on microprobes at EUSPEN Conference

Workshop on multifunctional ultrafast microprobes successfully delivered at EUSPEN International Conference EMPIR project ‘Multifunctional ultrafast microprobes for on-the-machine measurements’ (MicroProbes, 17IND05) is developing new microprobe tools that can provide traceable measurements of material surfaces. Quality control of machinery is a necessary stage of high-precision manufacturing processes, where accurate measurements of surface properties like roughness and

Multidisciplinary and straightforward

During the 19th edition of the Precision Fair, the Rien Koster Award was presented under the auspices of DSPE (Dutch Society for Precision Engineering). The award went to Hans van de Rijdt for his merits as a developer of multidisciplinary and straightforward concepts for high-tech systems that score well on manufacturability and cost. The Rien

Prize for addition to Van der Hoek’s principal work

During the 19th edition of the Precision Fair, the Wim van der Hoek Award was presented under the auspices of DSPE (Dutch Society for Precision Engineering). The prize went to Sven klein Avink, who graduated from the University of Twente (UT) on the incorporation of visco-elastic elements in elastic hinge constructions to absorb the effects

Precision Engineering for Sustainable Energy Systems

euspen announces an important event for the sustainable energy community analysing the role that precision engineering has in developing economic energy solutions to contribute to a low carbon economy. Many current issues will ensure that sustainable energy systems — already a hot topic in energy related as well as general political, social, and economic conversations — will

Factors that Affect Dimensional Accuracy and Surface Finish in AM

euspen (the European Society for Precision Engineering and Nanotechnology), is in the process of finalising the organization of a Special Interest Group (SIG) meeting on advanced precision in additive manufacturing (AM) 16-18 September 2019. The SIG will this year be held in the Ecole Centrale de Nantes, Nantes, France, and represents the 6th time that

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