NEWS 16 November 2017

A total of nine nominees for Wim van der Hoek Award 2017

Technical talent, crucial for the future of the Dutch high-tech industry, is graduating at a high level at universities and universities of applied sciences in the Netherlands and Belgium. This...


Technical talent, crucial for the future of the Dutch high-tech industry, is graduating at a high level at universities and universities of applied sciences in the Netherlands and Belgium. This is evidenced by the large number of nominations for the Wim van der Hoek Award. A total of nine nominations were received by the jury for this award, which will be presented in November for the twelfth time at the Precision Fair under the auspices of DSPE.

 

We like to introduce the nominees of a total of two universities of applied sciences and three universities to you.

 

 


References

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