NEWS 15 June 2021

Course Opto – Mechanical System Design (registration no longer possible)

After 2 succesful editions we organise a third course 27, 28 and 29 September in 2021. The course focuses on the mechanical and mechatronic design for optical systems and is intended...


After 2 succesful editions we organise a third course 27, 28 and 29 September in 2021. The course focuses on the mechanical and mechatronic design for optical systems and is intended for mechanical, mechatronic and optical engineers involved in opto-mechanical system design.

It will also be a very valuable course for any engineer interested in optomechanical design approaches and solutions.

The teachers will guide you through the diverse landscape of opto-mechanical system design. They will begin with the basics and show approaches and solutions for many design issues along the way. The teachers are experienced engineers,
who know the tricks of the trade in opto-mechatronics, system architecture, system design and engineering, and opto-mechanical engineering.

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Together they draw upon more than 100 years of experience in this field at Dutch universities and research institutes and in the high-tech industry.

Participants: Maximum of 25

Investment: Non DSPE members: 1800 euro

DSPE members: 1600 euro (excluding VAT)

Unfortunately you can no longer register for this course. It is only possible to put you on our waiting list.

If there are any questions please contact us to send an email to info@dspe.nl 

Last edition 2021

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