EVENT 11 August 2020

Open Meeting Advanced Thermal Control consortium

High Tech Campus Eindhoven, 14:00 till 17:30   A group of leading industry and academics from the Dutch high tech sector took this initiatief. The group wishes to develop a...


About this event

High Tech Campus Eindhoven, 14:00 till 17:30

 

A group of leading industry and academics from the Dutch high tech sector took this initiatief.

The group wishes to develop a satellite network body for international expertise and interest in the field of Thermal Control.

Download the invitation with the program.

 

Contactperson: Walter Aarden at Philips.

 


25 February 2016



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