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3 - Project Meeting with Industry & Complementary Training for ESRs (Delft)

Project Meeting with Industry - 19-20 June 2017


The third Network Meeting will be hosted by TU Delft and will be in the format of Spin-NANO +Industry.  Download the Programme here.


We shall invite 5-7 experts from industry outside the network to make our results and our ESR cohort known to industrial world and have feedback from these experts on our research and development.  This engagement on a personal level with wider industry will have a positive impact on the careers of the network ESRs.


Speakers from industry

Day 1 – Monday, 19 June 2017

Day 2 – Tuesday, 20 June 2017

Caspar Clark (Helia Photonics)

Arlette de Waard (Leiden Cryogenics)

Arjan Bos (Urenco)

Khaled Karrai (attocube) tbc

Matthew Markham (E6)

Huub Janssen (JPE)

 

Niko Tombros (hq graphene)


This will also provide an opportunity for a meeting of the Spin-NANO Supervisory and Training Boards.


Complementary Training Workshop for all ESRs - 20-22 June 2017


The Project Meeting with Industry will be followed by the first Complementary Training Workshop for all ESRs (20-22 June 2017).  The programme will be available at the beginning of May 2017.


Attendance by all the ESRs at both these events is a requirement of the Grant Agreement.


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Programme 

 


Mon, 19 June 2017

Tue, 20 June 2017


Project Meeting with Industry Programme 



Wed, 20 June 2017

Thur, 22 June 2017 


Complementary Training for Spin-NANO ESRs by Dr Sandrine Soubes.  The Programme will be available in May 2017.


 

Abstract format should be a single sheet of A4 suitable for black and white printing. PDFs or Word documents are acceptable. Please ensure you include authors, affiliations and corresponding author email.  


Abstract deadline 

Please send your abstract to s.greenhough@sheffield.ac.uk by 5 June 2017.


Contact 

Sally Greenhough - Spin-NANO Project Administrator

s.greenhough@sheffield.ac.uk

Venue

Building 22, Faculty of Applied Sciences

Lorentzweg 1

2628 CJ Delft


Travel to Delft


Arriving by air

Travelling to Delft is relatively easy.  Schiphol Airport services all major airlines. The train connection from Schiphol to Delft is a 40 minute train ride (www.ns.nl) Trains leave from Schiphol airport roughly every quarter of an hour. Road links from Schiphol are equally quick. Follow signs to Rotterdam and it should take you about 35 minutes. You can also fly to the smaller (though equally efficient) Rotterdam airport This is a 15-minute taxi ride from Delft.


Arriving by train

Delft is on the mainline between Paris, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Although the high-speed trains do not stop in Delft, you can get off in either Rotterdam or den Haag HS and get a connecting train to Delft (10 minutes). Trains from Germany come via Utrecht and Amsterdam, both of which are about 50 minutes from Delft on a connecting train. For more information and time tables, see www.ns.nl.


To travel by public transport you need a so called OV chipkaart, which you can buy at railway stations, the airport, etc. Before you can use the card you need to load credit onto the card.  For more information OV chipcard


Bus, taxi

At Delft Central Station buses to Delft University leave roughly every 10 minutes.

Public Transportation to TU Delft – Mekelweg 

Several buses possible

For more information about bus stops and time tables, see www.9292ov.nl (only available in Dutch, but easy to understand and use).

Taxi services in Delftwww.dtdeltax.nl or call +31 (0)15 2191919

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Sally A Greenhough,
Jan 31, 2017, 4:42 AM
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Sally A Greenhough,
Apr 26, 2017, 5:54 AM
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