Knowledge sharing Evening 12 December 2017
Innovate and collaborate by sharing knowledge.
During this evening we were guests at ‘Van Eijk Transmissie’ in Asten. We would like to thank ‘Van Eijk Transmissie’ for their hospitality and being main contractor of the KSC 002 project.
During the ‘Precision fair 2017’ we invited everybody for this evening. The registrations was huge, fifty people had signed in even more was not possible because of the available space.
More information you can find in the KSC brochure.
Do not forget to give your opinion. GO
The program of this evening was:
- Evening introduction
- Knowledge sharing centre and oZone
- KSC 002 project
- Knowledge sharing needs from ASML
- Start your Grow Engines
- Net working
- Your opinion counts
Knowledge sharing centre and oZone
Explanation of the Knowledge Sharing Centre by Arno Sprengers and explanation of oZone by Jeroen van de Vorst.
Arno Sprengers (Initiator Knowledge Sharing Centre)
Knowledge Sharing Centre presentation.
Jeroen van de Vorst (Adviseur e-learning a+o metalektro)
KSC 002 project
Explanation of the KSC 002 project by Kevin Sprengers, Roy van Bussel and Frans van Hoof.
Kevin Sprengers (Student Fontys)
Frans van Hoof
Frans van Hoof thanks Kevin Sprengers for his great commitment during this project. Frans describes this project as very valuable for the company.
Knowledge sharing needs from ASML
Knowledge sharing needs from ASML by Frido van der Blij.
Because of illness, Frido was replaced by Christian Liedecke.
Christian Liedecke (Architect ASML EUV WS/ESC/WTC)
“ASML invents, develops, manufactures and services advanced technology for high-tech lithography, metrology and software solutions for the semiconductor industry. This leads to the continuation of Moore’s Law towards ever smaller, cheaper, more powerful and energy efficient microchips.
NXE:3500 is the next generation of EUV lithography tooling. It’s coming with improved performance, more productivity and increased system availability. The NXE:3500 scanner is large, not only in occupied fab volume, but mainly in terms of required development and production resources. For this reason it’s more than ever of substantial importance to have an open minded and close collaboration between ASML and its customers/suppliers.
Lessons learned, created design rules and effective competence management will be used during the product generation process (PGP). Manufacturing competences and capabilities will play an essential part in this. And it’s truly believed that bi-directional knowledge sharing between ASML and suppliers makes partnership more successful, which great benefits on both sides.
ASML can’t do it alone…not ever…certainly not now.
Knowledge and fun will be Moore when sharing it.
By Christian Liedecke”
Start your Grow Engines
Presentation about collaboration by Carl Heskes. (Chairman MKB Eindhoven)
Talk about what knowledge sharing could bring us.
Guided tour of the Van Eijk factory. Also see
Your opinion counts
We would like to ask your opinion about the Knowledge Sharing Center. You can help us by answering a few questions.