Gala Dinner Martin van den Brink Award
Dear all, The Martin van den Brink Award originally planned June 4, 2020 will be postponed until such an event is possible again. We maintain all registrations and will get...
About this event
The Martin van den Brink Award originally planned June 4, 2020 will be postponed until such an event is possible again. We maintain all registrations and will get back to you as soon as possible with a new date.
In 2021 we like to invite you to participate in the fourth edition of the Martin van den Brink Award. The award named
after chief product and technology officer of ASML Martin van den Brink, aims to underline the success of system
architecture in the development of high-tech machines in the Dutch high-tech systems industry. The succes of the
technology shows that our country plays a leading role in this field.
To underline the award we organize a Gala Dinner. Join us for an evening of excellent networking, fine dining and
entertainment in an appropriate ambiance. From 4:00 pm PhDs from technical Universities of the Netherlands will schow their graduation work. Enjoy a word of welcome and a drink at 6:00 pm and a delicious dinner will
be served at 7.30 p.m. Dresscode will be tenue de ville.
Please ask for the registration form via email@example.com
Looking for partners
To support the success of the ceremony of the Martin van den Brink Award we are looking for companies as a partner and as ‘ambassador’ to ‘buy’ a dinner table for 9 guests, including exclusive dinner and entertainment.
Last time almost 225 guests joined this social event. Hosts were ASML, Brainport Industries, Demcon, DSPE,
Frencken Europe, High Tech Campus, Hittech Group, Holland Innovative, Holland Instrumentation, Itility,
Mapper, Mikrocentrum, MI-Partners, NTS, NTS Group, Settels Savenije Group of Companies, Tegema, TMC,
TNO, TU Delft, TU Eindhoven, TU Twente and VDL ETG. We look forward to welcoming them again and even
more companies and institutes with their guests.
PhD students of the Technical Universities in the Netherlands are invited to show their graduation work for free from 4:00 till 7:00 pm.
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