Ir. Davidson award 2023
The prize aims to encourage young talent and is intended for a young precision engineer who has worked for some years in a company or institute and who has a demonstrable performance record that has been recognized internally and externally. Candidates must also use their enthusiasm to have a positive effect on young colleagues.
About this event
The purpose of the prize is to encourage young talent by recognising the efforts of a precision engineer who has been working for several years at a company or institute and has a proven performance record that has been acknowledged both internally and externally. Candidates must have also demonstrated an enthusiasm for the field that results in a positive effect on young colleagues. The biennial prize, which was established in 2005 and was now presented for the eighth time, is named after an authority in the field of precision mechanics who worked at Philips in the 1950s and 1960s. The prize comes with a certificate, a trophy and a sum of money sponsored by DSPE. The trophy was created by the Leidse instrumentmakers School in the form of the handbook on precision mechanics that Davidson used as a foundation when forming the constructors community at Philips.
This award will be presented on November 15 2023 at 4pm during the precision fair. More information about this award you can read here.
It is free to join this presenation at Hall 2 place 49 (DSPE) at the precision Fair in Den Bosch.
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