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41st Micro and Nano Engineering Conference

MNE 2015 is the 41st international conference on micro- and nanofabrication and manufacturing using lithography and related techniques. The conference brings together engineers and scientists from all over the world to discuss recent progress and future trends in the fabrication and application of micro- and nanostructures and devices. Applications in electronics, photonics, electromechanics, environment, life sciences and biology are also discussed.

Rinnooy Kan presented with book ‘Agenda voor Nederland, inspired by technology’

As a contribution to the Dutch Research Agenda, the three Dutch universities of technology (TU Delft, TU Eindhoven, University of Twente), together with Wageningen UR, TNO and STW, have put together a collection of ten essays, each of which describes a different innovation task for the Netherlands. Today this collection was presented to Alexander Rinnooy Kan, co-chair of the Dutch Science Agenda, during the Innovation & Technology Conference of the 3TU.Federation in Rotterdam. During the presentation the six organisations were represented by Dirk Jan van den Berg (President of the Executive Board, TUD), Jan Mengelers (President of the Executive Board, TU/e), Victor van der Chijs (President of the Executive Board, UT), Raoul Bino (General Director of AFSG, Wageningen UR), Wim Nagtegaal (COO, Member of the Board of Management, TNO) and Eppo Bruins (General Director, STW).

Launch Cyber Security master’s degree

In September 2015, TU Delft and the University of Twente will start the new joint master's specialization Cyber Security. The two-year master's degree is open to students with a bachelor's degree in computer science or a related degree programme. 

3TU.Innovation & Technology Conference 2015

The second 3TU.Innovation & Technology Conference will take place on 18 May in the World Trade Centre in Rotterdam. The theme of this conference is “Inspirations for the Dutch Research Agenda 2025”.

3TU alumni popular with US companies

Many alumni of Delft University of Technology, Eindhoven University of Technology and University of Twente work in the United States. These universities recently began setting up joint local alumni chapters in places such as Boston, New York, Seattle, San Francisco and Houston. With over 3,000 members in the US, the network of these Dutch alumni is very impressive.

Latest updates

Programme overview
Overview educational programmes
To all Master’s and Post Master’s programs
Stan Ackermans institute
Professional Doctorate Education
Professional Doctorate Education
To all Post Master’s programs
RSS feed: news Eindhoven University of Technology
New ‘wireless’ lab aims at wifi 1000 times faster by 2020
27 August 2015:
TU/e's Center for Wireless Technology Eindhoven opens new 'wireless' laboratories.
Friday 28 August 2015
RSS feed: news University of Twente
Five graduation awards awarded at University of Twente
Today during the opening of the Academic Year at the University of Twente the graduation awards were presented to the best graduates of the UT's five faculties. Mariska van Essen (CTW faculty), Babatunde Joseph Fagbohun (ITC faculty), Sjoerd Geevers (EEMCS faculty), Mirjam Peek (TNW faculty) en Job Quint (BMS faculty) wrote the best master's thesis of their faculty. Rector Magnificus Ed Brinksma presented the five students with certificates and cheques worth a thousand euros. The UT uses this award to reward excellent students for their performance. During the meeting the Central Education Award is also presented, the award for the best teacher of the University of Twente. The recipient of this award is Erwin Hans.
Monday 31 August 2015
RSS feed: news Delft University of Technology
Astronaut to try sub-millimetre precision task on Earth from orbit
Early September will see the very first force-feedback-based teleoperation of a rover-based robotic arm system on Earth from the International Space Station, orbiting 400 km above our heads. Danish ESA astronaut Andreas Mogensen will take control of the Interact Centaur rover, which incorporates a pair of arms to perform precision operations. Scientists of ESA and Delft University of Technology developed the feedback system that allows the operator to feel what the Rover’s arms are doing, and...
Monday 31 August 2015
3TU Delft
3TU Eindhoven
3TU Twente

41st Micro and Nano Engineering Conference

MNE 2015 is the 41st international conference on micro- and nanofabrication and manufacturing using lithography and related techniques. The conference brings together engineers and scientists from all over the world to discuss recent progress and future trends in the fabrication and application of micro- and nanostructures and devices. Applications in electronics, photonics, electromechanics, environment, life sciences and biology are also discussed.

Rinnooy Kan presented with book ‘Agenda voor Nederland, inspired by technology’

As a contribution to the Dutch Research Agenda, the three Dutch universities of technology (TU Delft, TU Eindhoven, University of Twente), together with Wageningen UR, TNO and STW, have put together a collection of ten essays, each of which describes a different innovation task for the Netherlands. Today this collection was presented to Alexander Rinnooy Kan, co-chair of the Dutch Science Agenda, during the Innovation & Technology Conference of the 3TU.Federation in Rotterdam. During the presentation the six organisations were represented by Dirk Jan van den Berg (President of the Executive Board, TUD), Jan Mengelers (President of the Executive Board, TU/e), Victor van der Chijs (President of the Executive Board, UT), Raoul Bino (General Director of AFSG, Wageningen UR), Wim Nagtegaal (COO, Member of the Board of Management, TNO) and Eppo Bruins (General Director, STW).

Launch Cyber Security master’s degree

In September 2015, TU Delft and the University of Twente will start the new joint master's specialization Cyber Security. The two-year master's degree is open to students with a bachelor's degree in computer science or a related degree programme. 

3TU.Innovation & Technology Conference 2015

The second 3TU.Innovation & Technology Conference will take place on 18 May in the World Trade Centre in Rotterdam. The theme of this conference is “Inspirations for the Dutch Research Agenda 2025”.

3TU alumni popular with US companies

Many alumni of Delft University of Technology, Eindhoven University of Technology and University of Twente work in the United States. These universities recently began setting up joint local alumni chapters in places such as Boston, New York, Seattle, San Francisco and Houston. With over 3,000 members in the US, the network of these Dutch alumni is very impressive.

Latest updates

Programme overview
Overview educational programmes
To all Master’s and Post Master’s programs
Stan Ackermans institute
Professional Doctorate Education
Professional Doctorate Education
To all Post Master’s programs
RSS feed: news Eindhoven University of Technology
New ‘wireless’ lab aims at wifi 1000 times faster by 2020
27 August 2015:
TU/e's Center for Wireless Technology Eindhoven opens new 'wireless' laboratories.
Friday 28 August 2015
RSS feed: news University of Twente
Five graduation awards awarded at University of Twente
Today during the opening of the Academic Year at the University of Twente the graduation awards were presented to the best graduates of the UT's five faculties. Mariska van Essen (CTW faculty), Babatunde Joseph Fagbohun (ITC faculty), Sjoerd Geevers (EEMCS faculty), Mirjam Peek (TNW faculty) en Job Quint (BMS faculty) wrote the best master's thesis of their faculty. Rector Magnificus Ed Brinksma presented the five students with certificates and cheques worth a thousand euros. The UT uses this award to reward excellent students for their performance. During the meeting the Central Education Award is also presented, the award for the best teacher of the University of Twente. The recipient of this award is Erwin Hans.
Monday 31 August 2015
RSS feed: news Delft University of Technology
Astronaut to try sub-millimetre precision task on Earth from orbit
Early September will see the very first force-feedback-based teleoperation of a rover-based robotic arm system on Earth from the International Space Station, orbiting 400 km above our heads. Danish ESA astronaut Andreas Mogensen will take control of the Interact Centaur rover, which incorporates a pair of arms to perform precision operations. Scientists of ESA and Delft University of Technology developed the feedback system that allows the operator to feel what the Rover’s arms are doing, and...
Monday 31 August 2015