The project “3DMed – Development and streamlined integration of 3D printing technologies to enable advanced medical treatment and its widespread application” was approved recently by the Monitoring Committee of INTERREG 2Seas programme.
The development of new materials with extremely good fire-resistant qualities is very important and should help to prevent fire disasters. The project “Fire safety of innovative geopolymer-based building materials” under supervision of Professor Jos Brouwers and assistant professor Qingliang Yu
The kick off meeting of the NWO Perspectief program “Additive Manufacturing for Extra Large Metal Components (AiM2XL)” took place on 15th June at the premises of Ramlab in Rotterdam. Thirty four participants from industry and academia attended the meeting with
The mini symposium “Sustainable switch” that took place at ProRail central office in Utrecht on May 30, 2018 successfully concluded four years of intensive work. Four PhD students, Ankit Kumar, Omid Hajizad, Matthijs Oomen and Martin Hiensch from TU Delft
On May 23, 2018, the M2i-Tata Steel program “DENS” (Digitally Enhanced New Steel Product Development) held a kick-off meeting hosted by Tata Steel in Ijmuiden, the Netherlands. It was an inspiring and stimulating event. Wim van der Meer, Director Programmes
On 5 October 2018 Prof. Dr. Ing. Guus Rijnders will receive the Julius Springer Prize for Applied Physics 2018 for his outstanding research on pulsed laser deposition (PLD). The Julius Springer Prize for Applied Physics recognizes researchers who have made
Prof. dr. Katja Loos was rewarded with a Fellowship of Innovation and Teaching (FIT) by the board of University of Groningen. Katja Loos receives the fellowship for her efforts in the High Tech Systems and Materials (HTSM) Honours Masters Program. The
Olaf van der Sluis received the Philips Research Outstanding Achievement Award 2017. The award rewards Philips employees who achieve exceptional results contributing to the business, while role modelling the Philips behaviours.
At the end of November 2017 the world’s first Class approved 3D printed ship’s propeller, the WAAMpeller, was revealed at Damen Shipyard Group’s headquarters in the Netherlands. This ground-breaking success is the result of a close collaboration between RAMLAB, Promarin,
Dr. ir. Marnix Wagemaker will receive a Vici grant of 1,5 million from NWO. Marnix is getting this grant to investigate the inner workings of batteries. Marnix intends to unravel complex processes by means of a series of new, experimental