In collaboration with ViNotion, our trainees designed and developed a first version of a demonstrator framework for their video content analysis algorithms allowing their researchers to focus on further developing their algorithms whilst allowing them to easily demonstrate the added value of their algorithms to potential partners.
In collaboration with FEI Company, our trainees contributed to the design and development of software for a future version of their Phenom high resolution desktop imaging tool that simplifies and accelerates an imaging workflow. It combines the world of optical and electron microscopy with an ultimate resolution of 30 nm, it’s ideal for routine inspection and detailed imaging of materials. Phenom is extremely easy to operate as well, meaning everyone can run it. Research institutes use its capabilities to discover lighter, stronger and safer materials.
In collaboration with CERN, the European Research Center on Nuclear Energy in Geneva (Switzerland), our trainees contributed to the Worldwide LHC Computing Grid Project (WLCG), which is intended to develop, build and maintain a computing infrastructure for storage and analysis of the LHC (Large Hadron Collider) data. Data will be distributed around the globe according to a four-tiered model. A primary backup will be recorded at CERN, the "Tier-0" centre of WLCG. After initial processing, these data will be distributed to a series of Tier-1 centers, large computer centers with sufficient compute and storage capacities as well as round-the-clock support for Grid operations.
TNO is an independent research organisation that employs some 3,000 specialists and believes in the joint creation of economic and social value. TNO is focussing on transitions or changes in five social themes: Industry; Healthy Living; Defence, Safety & Security; Urbanisation and Energy. Innovation with purpose is what TNO stands for. They develop knowledge not for its own sake, but for practical application.
Our trainees of generation C2014 performed an in-house project for TNO in collaboration with same generation of PDEng ASD beginning of 2015. Please check out PDF attachment for more information.
For TechUnited, which is a collaboration between Eindhoven University of Technology, Delft University of Technology and a number of companies our trainees contributed to the design and development of software for the next generations of TURTLEs participating in the mid-size league of future European and World Championships Robot Soccer.
BENTELER Engineering offers development services in market segments such as Automotive, Public Transportation, Commercial Vehicles, Shipbuilding, and Industry. With 650 employees located in Europe they create innovative engineering solutions for its customers.
Our trainees of generation C2014 performed an in-house project for Benteler in Q1 of 2015. Please check out PDF attachment for more information.