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Are you a Bachelor student in the field of Optics or Applied Physics? Do you want to make a difference by providing world class technical solutions in different fields? Are you fascinated by challenging technological demands? Then TNO is the organisation for you!
At TNO we provide innovative solutions for a wide range of industries. For instance Space, Semicon, Oil & Gas and Medical. Within this challenging environment, you can work on creative and innovative solutions for issues which impact society.
Federico Pettazzi, working for the Optics Department at TNO:
“I think TNO Optics should have the ambition of being a catalyst for all the initiatives in the field of optics in the Netherlands.”
12:00 Arrival including lunch
12:30 Introduction to TNO & the optics group by the department manager, Jantine Slinger
12:50 Introduction to the Space group by Kees Buijsrogge
13:30 Group workshop 1/2: Build your own spectrometer
15:15 Labtour including Q&A with Jantine Slinger
17:00 Group workshop 2/2: Pitch your spectrometer design
17:30 Drinks with employees and internship market
Friday November 17th; 12:30 – 17:30;
followed by drinks.
2628 CK Delft
(On the TU campus)
There is room for a limited number of participants, therefore we are forced to make a selection. Register by submitting your CV together with a short elevator pitch (maximum 200 words) answering the question: ‘What would you develop if you had no restrictions at all?’