EVENT 19 August 2021

Precision Fair 2021

About the PRECISION FAIR The Precision Fair has been the most important annual meeting point for precision technology professionals for the last 20 years. There’s a large need to bring the network...


About this event

About the PRECISION FAIR

The Precision Fair has been the most important annual meeting point for precision technology professionals for the last 20 years. There’s a large need to bring the network back together by the end of 2021 and to share the latest developments in precision technology with each other. With the place of trade fairs in the government’s roadmap and the advent of vaccines, the perspective for the end of 2021 is optimistic. The organization has started and over 240 exhibitors registered already! Naturally, the safety of all persons involved in the Precision Fair always comes first.

Visit the DSPE stand in Hall 2 (networking cafe) number 404

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11 November 2021


The Netherlands

Brabanthallen Den Bosch


References

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References

This is Techcafé about Digital…

A digital Twin is a virtual representation of the real world, including physical objects, processes, relationships and behavior. A digital twin is always an abstractationor a model of reality. Maarten...

Read more
Lunch Lecture September hosted by…

Position-Dependent Snap Feedforward: A Gaussian Process Framework

Read more
CryoEM zero-vibration cold tip

In life-sciences research, cooling biological samples of, for example, proteins, viruses and bacteria to extremely low temperatures facilitates new forms of microscopy.

Read more