COMSOL Workshop 08-12-2015

COMSOL Workshop 08-12-2015

This year we have a free evening workshop for you, so that you get more acquainted with a very powerful software tool: COMSOL Multiphysics. This is the program you are also going to use for at least one obligatory course (namely the Micro- & Nanosystem Design & Fabrication, inc. MEMS Lab) and is therefore very useful to know! COMSOL Multiphysics can also be used in combination with MATLAB. The workshop

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Philips Lunch Lecture 11-11-2015

Philips Lunch Lecture 11-11-2015

Dispuut Taylor brings to you the second Lunch Lecture of the academic year! The lecture will be given by Walter Aarden, Technologist Dynamics, from Phillips on Wednesday  November 11th 2015  and is about: “Advanced model reduction techniques used in the high-tech industry” The Lunch Lecture will be in Collegezaal D (3ME) from 12:30 to 13:30. Swing by 10 mins earlier to grab lunch and find a good seat. During the lecture, free lunch

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Rick de Gruiter has the best poster at NanoCity 2015

Rick de Gruiter has the best poster at NanoCity 2015

PME master student Rick de Gruiter has won the first prize for his poster about dosing femto litre volumes on the NanoCity conference 2015. Below on the left is the poster where all the fuzz is about, on the left we see a very happy Rick next to his winning poster. For more posters and information go to the NanoCity 2015 website.

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October reception 07-10-2015

October reception 07-10-2015

Dear All, The year has been kicked off and the stress is probably building up by now. Therefore Taylor invites you all to the PME October reception at Wednesday the 7th. The reception will start at 17:30 and includes free drinks and pizza. This gives you the opportunity to socialize with your fellow students, PhD students and staff members. Due to refurbishing and rebuilding work at the PME square the

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Luigi Sasso Lunch Lecture 01-10-2015

Luigi Sasso Lunch Lecture 01-10-2015

The first Lunch lecture of the acedamic year! Given by By assistant professor Luigi Sasso, with the tiltle: MEMS-based biosensor platform for cellular analysis. The lunch lecture is about: “The in situ monitoring of cellular behavior is useful for the advancement of biomedical diagnostics, drug development and the understanding of a cell as the main unit of the human body. Micro- and nanotechnology allow for the creation of functional devices that enhance the study

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