EVENT 6 April 2022

This is the Tech Cafe

New event! DSPE and Mikrocentrum are organizing this event together on April 28. This first edition of this informal meeting starts at 15:30 at its Veldhoven location.


About this event

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A Tech Cafe should of course not be missing in the ‘clubhouse’ for the high-tech and manufacturing industry. It is the place to make new contacts in a casual way and to spar about tech topics while enjoying a drink and ‘bitterbal’.

The first Tech Cafe edition focuses on the Robot’s quest for the high-tech and manufacturing industry

We immediately kick off the first Tech Cafe with a quest, namely that of the robot for the high-tech and manufacturing industry. Sit down with one of the five experts present and together discuss questions such as:

  • Why do you choose a robot?
  • What does it take to integrate a robot into a production environment?
  • How can a robot quickly adapt to changing tasks?
  • What can self-learning robots do for you?

The experts you can meet in the Tech Cafe

  • Heico Sandee, Smart Robotics (CTO and founder)
  • Mark Stappers, Fontys University of Applied Sciences (teacher/researcher)
  • Wouter Kuijpers, Eindhoven University of Technology (program officer)
  • Martin van der Have, ABB Robotics (sales & marketing manager)
  • Ph.D. candidate (to be announced)

The Tech Cafe is a joint undertaking of DSPE and Mikrocentrum.

 

Date 28 April, 15:30-18:00 h

Location Mikrocentrum, De Run 1115, 5503 LD  Veldhoven

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28 April 2022


The Netherlands

Mikrocentrum, de Run 1115 Veldhoven


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