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A Virtual Institute Supporting Industry On-line in precision engineering, micro engineering, microsystems and Nanotechnology
VisionOnline is providing a free web-based partnering service enabling companies and research organisations/universities worldwide to share their knowledge in the fields of precision engineering, microsystems and nanotechnology.
Generating awareness of industrial needs whilst helping businesses to solve the technical problems they do not have the time or resources for; this project will also give students experience of undertaking research in industrial environments.
Companies are invited to submit details of technical problems they are having, or areas of research they would be interested in sponsoring. Students and researchers can then offer their time and resources to solve these problems.
Several projects have already been submitted by European companies and are available to be browsed. For more information, click on choose a project.
Likewise, if you wish to submit a project (www.euspen.com/submit-a-project) to a wide range of research organisations please send us your project proposal.
More information is available from Silvia Marson, firstname.lastname@example.org
We wish you a successful partnership!
"Vision on-line" is an EU-funded project which provides a range of on-line services to promote industrial growth in the ultra precision technologies, including ultra precision engineering, micro engineering, micro electronics, MEMs and nanotechnology. In order to minimize development time and remain competitive, European companies can collaborate with specialized partners from different nations. VISION provides the tools and infrastructure to support this. The Industrial Wish-list is one of these tools"
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