Klaus Werner cooks up a new solid-state RF training
RF energy systems have undergone a huge transformation since the early days of the tube-based magnetrons. But according to High Tech Institute trainer Klaus Werner, while the crude power of the tube is tough to match, the new generation of solid-state RF integrated circuits offers unprecedented control, efficiency and reproducibility.
TUE puts quantum security to the test
For ‘classic’ cryptographic standards, there are authorities to certify system security. But where do you go when you’re using quantum cryptography? Eindhoven University of Technology hopes to become the place to be for quantum cryptography certification.
What’s this thing called software engineering?
In September 2018, Corinne Vigreux started CODAM, a training program in programming. Corinne is one of the founders of Tomtom and she devotes part of the capital she earned there to make this world a better place. And since this world needs software, it needs talent that can create that software. Claiming everybody can learn to program in 3.5 years, CODAM believes there’s still a lot of untapped talent around, especially among people who can’t afford to take a course or to attend university. The program is for free and in this way, Corinne believes she cannot only help these people but also help industry find the software talent that it so desperately needs.
Towards an internet of secure things
With billions, and in the near future potentially trillions, of connected devices, the internet of things is a growing security and privacy threat. Bringing together over 40 partners from academia, industry, government and civil society, the Intersect project is laying the groundwork for an internet of secure things. On 14 and 15 October, the consortium is organizing its first annual conference.
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TU Delft students shatter the competition with sustainable glass speaker
As technological innovation continues to accelerate at breakneck speed, electronic waste production is piling up. In a search to help mitigate this refuse buildup, a group of TU Delft students teamed up to create a fully recyclable home audio system: a speaker made from glass, which earned them a national first-place award for the 2020 James Dyson Award.
You should learn how to present
Picture the last presentation you attended. What was it about? How did it make you feel? Were you inspired? If you’re a high-tech professional, the respective answers are probably – don’t know, bored and not in the least. Mark Robinson, senior software consultant at ASML through TMC, is out to change that.
Optimizing your high-tech development and machine performance
An increasing proportion of high-tech equipment consists of software. At the same time, the importance of utilizing software in optimizing development processes is growing. That doesn’t take away from the fact that significant progress is always made in the interplay with mechatronics and electronics. “Getting the best results calls for a culture of a real machine builder.”
Understanding how to generate value – within time and budget
As a project manager, system architect and crisis manager in the high-tech industry, Luud Engels has a reputation for not mincing words. In addition to his consultancy work, he recently started as a system architecture trainer at High Tech Institute. “Clear communication is key in complex development environments.”
Innovation and character light the path to IMS success
In today’s high-tech environment, companies of all sizes are looking to stay at the cutting edge of innovation. According to team leaders Martin Langkamp and Martijn Bouwhuis of Almelo-based IMS, the equation is easy. It comes down to a few key factors: keeping the employees interested, keeping the workplace light and focusing on personal development through training.
It’s up to you!
Last week, we had a strategy workshop at Software Center, the public-private digital transformation acceleration partnership that I lead. During one of the breakout sessions, we had a fun discussion around business agility that illustrated a very recognizable pattern. In a discussion around how to realize business agility, the focus was on who could be considered to be responsible for it. And then more examples of various people and roles abdicating responsibility were shared than you can shake a stick at.
Ask the headhunter
At the beginning of this month, my annual contract with a large American technology company in the east of the Netherlands ended. I’m looking for a C-level position from operations to global logistics and trade compliance, preferably within the high-tech industry. I also have solid experience in the field of marketing communication and portfolio management. During my career in Tunisia, I progressed to a position with great responsibility, in which I reported directly to the CEO.