René van Swaaij is looking for student assistants to help with instructions for the course Classical and Quantum Mechanics (EE1P11); please, note that the assistants will be paid for their services. This is a first-year course in the BSc programme Electrical Engineering and starts in September 2018 (so in this course you will find students in ranging in age from 17-19 and who have just finished secondary school!). Half of this course focuses on Classical Mechanics and this part is given by Erik van der Kolk (from the Faculty of Applied Sciences [AS]) and the other part on Quantum Mechanics will probably be given by René van Swaaij and/or Jaap Hoekstra. The instructions on Classical Mechanics will be given by Lambert van Eijck (AS) and Quantum Mechanics by Jaap Hoekstra.
The latest issue of the official magazine of SET is now available to read. Check it out at here!
Thank you for everyone who attended the Smart Cities Symposium a few weeks ago. We had a fantastic time hearing interesting lectures, working on a fun case study, and networking with other people interested in making our cities more sustainable!
In samenwerking met de HAN Hogeschool heeft YER een geweldig Talent Development Programme Energietechniek ontwikkeld! Heb jij affiniteit met energietechniek én wil jij jezelf vanaf september hierin (verder) ontwikkelen? Kijk dan op www.yer.nl/energietechniek voor meer informatie of neem direct contact op met Remco van Batenburg (firstname.lastname@example.org / 0611674767) of Pascal Knarren (email@example.com / 0611287508)
On June 21st, the ETV will be organizing a symposium on Sustainable Energy in collaboration with the TEG. For 7,50, you can join this event and enjoy the networking drinks + food afterwards. Be sure to register at the ETV counter!
For the day’s schedule and more information, check out the Facebook event!