Upcoming events

Wed 20 Nov, 16:00

Witteveen+Bos is an engineering and consultancy firm that advises and helps their clients all over the world in resolving today's complex challenges. The energy transition, climate adaption, flooding problems, healthy cities, circular economy and large-scale replacement of infrastructure are only some of the major challenges that they deal with. Witteveen+Bos advises and helps clients in making the right choices.

Tue 12 Nov, 16:30

Being enrolled as a student at the faculty of Electrical Engineering doesn't mean that studying is all you should do. You'll gain an immense amount of technical knowledge through your courses, but there are many more (personal or interpersonal) skills that your courses or even Wervingsdagen will not teach you. As a committee member, you'll learn to cooperate, be a reliable team member, learn how to organise an event or create something that people will be able to admire for years afterwards.

Wed 13 Nov, 12:40

Het Ministerie van Defensie is verantwoordelijk voor de verdediging van ons land. Dit doen ze via verschillende diciplines, zoals land- en luchtmacht en de marine.

De lezing zal worden gegeven door een Officier Electronica die werkzaam is bij de luchtmacht. Hij komt vertellen over het modernisatietraject van de EOV- en zelfbescherminsmaatregelen van de F-16 en Theorie over jamming-tactieken.

 

Fri 15 Nov, 13:30

One important skill any electrical engineer should have is proper soldering. This year Volundr hosts three soldering sessions where we will make a cool gadget. The sessions each have space for 20 participants so be quick and register!

The entry fee is €5,- and soldering materials will be present at the workshop.

 

Mon 18 Nov, 16:00

Electronic tests at the TU/e are carried out using STEP sticks (Secured Test Environment Protocol). These are bootable USB sticks that make sure that the laptop is only able to boot in the test application (SaaS). The project digital testing is being finalized and therefore the project team is organizing a hackaton for students. During this hackaton two scenarios are being tested:

Tue 19 Nov, 9:00

One important skill any electrical engineer should have is proper soldering. This year Volundr hosts three soldering sessions where we will make a cool gadget. The sessions each have space for 20 participants so be quick and register!

The entry fee is €5,- and soldering materials will be present at the workshop.