Rescheduled to 31st January 2019

Future of making mechatronics, Future made by mechatronics

Mechatronic system design is instrumental for high-tech engineering due to its multi-disciplinary field of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, robotic and system & control. Wide range of applications have been enabled thanks to mechatronic system design such as semiconductor manufacturing, automation of food and agriculture, and minimally invasive surgery by the da Vinci Surgical System. In this event, among others, classical and prospective mechatronic system design, energy harvesting to replace batteries, control and application to horology will be presented.

19:00-19:30: Welcome with coffee/tea

19:30-21:00: Presentations
Opening and introduction KIVI International Engineers

Mechatronic System Design group at Delft university of Technology Just Herder (Head of the Department of Precision and Microsystem Engineering (PME) and head of the Modern Mechatronic Design)

Motion Energy Harvesting to Power Medical Devices
Thijs Blad (PhD student on micro energy harvesters at the Department of Precision and Microsystem Engineering)

Precision Motion Control
Ali Ahmadi Dastjerdi (PhD student on mechatronic control design at the Department of Precision and Microsystem Engineerin)

Dutch Precision is Swiss Watches
Dr. Nima Tolou (Assistant professor at the Department of Precision and Microsystem Engineering)

21:00-22:00: Drinks and networking

22:00: Closing



KIVI International Engineers


Naam en contactgegevens voor informatie

Ahmed Elkadi


 -  uur Welcome with coffee/tea
 -  uur Presentations
 -  uur Drinks and networking