Annual report

The annual report 2017 of the 4TU.Federation is now online. Part of this is the annual report of the 4TU research centre High-Tech Materials (pages 38-39).
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4TU.Annual Report 2017

The ever increasing number of students, the urgent shortage of engineers on the labor market and the run-up to a new program of activities; these are some of the topics that are covered in the 2017 Annual Report published by the 4TU.Federation.

Jaarverslag 2017 4TU.Federatie
Annual report 2017 4TU.Federation 

Part of this 4TU.Annual report is the annual report of the research centre 4TU.High-Tech Materials (pages 38-39). 

"The primary objective of the 4TU.High-Tech Materials Research Centre (4TU.HTM) is to stimulate and take a fresh approach to outstanding materials science research within the four universities of technology through collaboration and new initiatives relating to both research and education. The researchers involved represent many aspects of materials science, ranging from fundamental to applied research and from nanotechnology to constructions. In this way, 4TU.HTM brings together materials-science research in the Netherlands."

Source: 4TU.Federation
Contact: IJsbrand Haagsma (secretary general) 


Picture: Marcel Krijger 

4TU.Annual Report 2016 

2016 was a memorable year for the 4TU.Federation. It was the first year in which the federation no longer received any direct financial support from the Dutch Government, and it was the year in which Wageningen University & Research (WUR) became the fourth university of technology to join the federation. The annual report 2016 of the 4TU.Federation, which is to be published today, consists of the activity reports of the federation’s Board’s and Committees, its various research centres, the joint Master’s degree programmes and it reports on the formal external relationships that the 4TU.Federation has built up.

In 2017, the activities carried out over the past period will be wound up as new plans are set in motion for the period of 2018-2021. WUR will play an integral part in these activities and potential opportunities at the interface between Agri & Food and High-Tech will be explored.

Annual report 2016 English (PDF)
Annual report 2016 Dutch (PDF)

Part of this 4TU.Annual report is the annual report of the research centre 4TU.High-Tech Materials (pages 26-27). 

Source: 4TU.Federation
Contact: IJsbrand Haagsma (secretary general)

4TU.Annual Report 2017

The ever increasing number of students, the urgent shortage of engineers on the labor market and the run-up to a new program of activities; these are some of the topics that are covered in the 2017 Annual Report published by the 4TU.Federation.

Jaarverslag 2017 4TU.Federatie
Annual report 2017 4TU.Federation 

Part of this 4TU.Annual report is the annual report of the research centre 4TU.High-Tech Materials (pages 38-39). 

"The primary objective of the 4TU.High-Tech Materials Research Centre (4TU.HTM) is to stimulate and take a fresh approach to outstanding materials science research within the four universities of technology through collaboration and new initiatives relating to both research and education. The researchers involved represent many aspects of materials science, ranging from fundamental to applied research and from nanotechnology to constructions. In this way, 4TU.HTM brings together materials-science research in the Netherlands."

Source: 4TU.Federation
Contact: IJsbrand Haagsma (secretary general) 


Picture: Marcel Krijger 

4TU.Annual Report 2016 

2016 was a memorable year for the 4TU.Federation. It was the first year in which the federation no longer received any direct financial support from the Dutch Government, and it was the year in which Wageningen University & Research (WUR) became the fourth university of technology to join the federation. The annual report 2016 of the 4TU.Federation, which is to be published today, consists of the activity reports of the federation’s Board’s and Committees, its various research centres, the joint Master’s degree programmes and it reports on the formal external relationships that the 4TU.Federation has built up.

In 2017, the activities carried out over the past period will be wound up as new plans are set in motion for the period of 2018-2021. WUR will play an integral part in these activities and potential opportunities at the interface between Agri & Food and High-Tech will be explored.

Annual report 2016 English (PDF)
Annual report 2016 Dutch (PDF)

Part of this 4TU.Annual report is the annual report of the research centre 4TU.High-Tech Materials (pages 26-27). 

Source: 4TU.Federation
Contact: IJsbrand Haagsma (secretary general)

Annual report

4TU.Annual Report 2017

The ever increasing number of students, the urgent shortage of engineers on the labor market and the run-up to a new program of activities; these are some of the topics that are covered in the 2017 Annual Report published by the 4TU.Federation.

Jaarverslag 2017 4TU.Federatie
Annual report 2017 4TU.Federation 

Part of this 4TU.Annual report is the annual report of the research centre 4TU.High-Tech Materials (pages 38-39). 

"The primary objective of the 4TU.High-Tech Materials Research Centre (4TU.HTM) is to stimulate and take a fresh approach to outstanding materials science research within the four universities of technology through collaboration and new initiatives relating to both research and education. The researchers involved represent many aspects of materials science, ranging from fundamental to applied research and from nanotechnology to constructions. In this way, 4TU.HTM brings together materials-science research in the Netherlands."

Source: 4TU.Federation
Contact: IJsbrand Haagsma (secretary general) 


Picture: Marcel Krijger 

4TU.Annual Report 2016 

2016 was a memorable year for the 4TU.Federation. It was the first year in which the federation no longer received any direct financial support from the Dutch Government, and it was the year in which Wageningen University & Research (WUR) became the fourth university of technology to join the federation. The annual report 2016 of the 4TU.Federation, which is to be published today, consists of the activity reports of the federation’s Board’s and Committees, its various research centres, the joint Master’s degree programmes and it reports on the formal external relationships that the 4TU.Federation has built up.

In 2017, the activities carried out over the past period will be wound up as new plans are set in motion for the period of 2018-2021. WUR will play an integral part in these activities and potential opportunities at the interface between Agri & Food and High-Tech will be explored.

Annual report 2016 English (PDF)
Annual report 2016 Dutch (PDF)

Part of this 4TU.Annual report is the annual report of the research centre 4TU.High-Tech Materials (pages 26-27). 

Source: 4TU.Federation
Contact: IJsbrand Haagsma (secretary general)

4TU.Annual Report 2017

The ever increasing number of students, the urgent shortage of engineers on the labor market and the run-up to a new program of activities; these are some of the topics that are covered in the 2017 Annual Report published by the 4TU.Federation.

Jaarverslag 2017 4TU.Federatie
Annual report 2017 4TU.Federation 

Part of this 4TU.Annual report is the annual report of the research centre 4TU.High-Tech Materials (pages 38-39). 

"The primary objective of the 4TU.High-Tech Materials Research Centre (4TU.HTM) is to stimulate and take a fresh approach to outstanding materials science research within the four universities of technology through collaboration and new initiatives relating to both research and education. The researchers involved represent many aspects of materials science, ranging from fundamental to applied research and from nanotechnology to constructions. In this way, 4TU.HTM brings together materials-science research in the Netherlands."

Source: 4TU.Federation
Contact: IJsbrand Haagsma (secretary general) 


Picture: Marcel Krijger 

4TU.Annual Report 2016 

2016 was a memorable year for the 4TU.Federation. It was the first year in which the federation no longer received any direct financial support from the Dutch Government, and it was the year in which Wageningen University & Research (WUR) became the fourth university of technology to join the federation. The annual report 2016 of the 4TU.Federation, which is to be published today, consists of the activity reports of the federation’s Board’s and Committees, its various research centres, the joint Master’s degree programmes and it reports on the formal external relationships that the 4TU.Federation has built up.

In 2017, the activities carried out over the past period will be wound up as new plans are set in motion for the period of 2018-2021. WUR will play an integral part in these activities and potential opportunities at the interface between Agri & Food and High-Tech will be explored.

Annual report 2016 English (PDF)
Annual report 2016 Dutch (PDF)

Part of this 4TU.Annual report is the annual report of the research centre 4TU.High-Tech Materials (pages 26-27). 

Source: 4TU.Federation
Contact: IJsbrand Haagsma (secretary general)