EVENT 16 December 2022

Gas Bearing Workshop 2023

The Gas Bearing Workshop is aimed at creating a platform for the gas bearing community.


About this event

Experts in gas bearings are going to present new applications and leading edge R&D – there will be space and time for discussion and personal contacts. The Gas Bearing Workshop is a cooperation of the Dutch Society for Precision Engineering (DSPE) and the VDE VDI Society for Microelectronics, Microsystems and Precision Engineering GMM.

Program

The following speakers will be happy to provide you with expert knowledge

  • Joep Nijssen, ASML, The Netherlands
  • Prof. Dr. Robert Liebich, Technische Universtität Berlin, Germany
  • Prof. Federico Colombo, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
  • Dr. Duc Ha, Omega Dot Ltd., United Kingdom
  • Prof. Jürg Schiffmann, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland
  • Drew Devitt, New Way Airbearings, USA/ The Netherlands

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27 March 2023


Germany

Courtyard Hotel Düsseldorf, Germany


References

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References

Access to cleanliness – symposium…

Contamination control is critical for the operation of high-end manufacturing equipment.

Read more
Techcafé on working together as…

Philips Research, the once famous NatLab, was a breeding ground for unexpected ideas and solutions. Innovation was stimulated there as people from different disciplines could spontaneously meet and catch up.

Read more
How a course pushed the…

Working as a particle accelerator engineer at Argonne National Laboratory, Curt Preissner ran into the limits of their design philosophy.

Read more