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UT and Axign put the brakes on radio interference

As the digitalized world is flooded with new electronic devices and components, electromagnetic interference (EMI) is becoming a much bigger problem. As part of the public-private collaboration between Axign and the University of Twente, researchers are discovering how to reduce this EMI from audio amplifiers to keep your car running smoothly.

Headlines

ASML bags 4.3 billion dollar EUV order from Hynix
A peak inside Samsung’s EUV-made DRAM chips
Eleo gets recharged with Lumipol investment
Holst Centre breaks through with next-generation ultrasound monitor
ASML and Imec take EUV patterning to the limit
VLSI goes quantum in EU Flagship project

Branding mechatronics with the Dutch approach

The Netherlands has long worked to put its stamp on mechatronics design and development. One way it maintains its ‘Dutch approach’ is through trainings to transfer the knowledge. But how does that differ from other regions in the world, like Brazil?

In other news

Singapore plans wearable virus-tracing device for all (Reuters)
TSMC says could fill order gap if unable to sell chips to Huawei (Reuters)
Smart appliances may not be worth money in long run (Guardian)

It’s not about data; it’s about actionable insights

Surprisingly, many companies are maintaining amazingly large data stores without finding good ways of using them.