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

DSPE appoints Martin van den…

Upon his retirement from ASML, Martin van den Brink was appointed honorary member of DSPE.

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High-velocity innovation

Making crucial design decisions early in the concept phase of a project, may lead to severe cost and time overruns when these decisions are based on assumptions and/or incomplete knowledge.

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Hybrid variable-reluctance actuator technology on-sky

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References

DSPE appoints Martin van den…

Upon his retirement from ASML, Martin van den Brink was appointed honorary member of DSPE.

Read more
High-velocity innovation

Making crucial design decisions early in the concept phase of a project, may lead to severe cost and time overruns when these decisions are based on assumptions and/or incomplete knowledge.

Read more
Hybrid variable-reluctance actuator technology on-sky

Astronomers use deformable mirrors to improve the image of a telescope by correcting for the optical distortions caused by atmospheric turbulence.

Read more