EVENT 11 August 2020

YPN registration

YPN                                                          ...


About this event

YPN                                                                                                                                                                                 

YPN is part of the Dutch Society for Precision Engineering and aims to bring young and enthusiastic engineers in the field of precision technique together. A major part is the organization of visits to interesting companies which are free of charge.
More information about YPN.

 

We want to centralize the registration for YPN events and YPN itself. Therefore, we are going to use the DSPE website for registration and for sending invitations.

If you wish to continue receiving invitations for YPN events, we kindly request you to register by filling in the following form:

 

 


 

 

 

PLEASE NOTE: If you do not register, you will not receive invitations to YPN events any more.

 


The Netherlands



References

Fourfold ECP2 Bronze

This summer, four people were awarded a Bronze certificate from ECP2, a European certified precision engineering course programme that is a collaboration between euspen and DSPE.

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Measuring nanoparticles becomes increasingly important in healthcare, pharmacology, and environmental sciences, but measuring and obtaining relevant information from single nanoparticles requires cutting-edge technology.

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Minimising spherical aberrations

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References

Fourfold ECP2 Bronze

This summer, four people were awarded a Bronze certificate from ECP2, a European certified precision engineering course programme that is a collaboration between euspen and DSPE.

Read more
Measuring (the refractive index of)…

Measuring nanoparticles becomes increasingly important in healthcare, pharmacology, and environmental sciences, but measuring and obtaining relevant information from single nanoparticles requires cutting-edge technology.

Read more
Minimising spherical aberrations

Temperature-controlled optical profilometry has historically been a difficult procedure due to imaging issues caused by spherical aberrations.

Read more