The following blog was written in Dutch by Arend Rensink, a professor in Computer Science at the University of Twente and published on October 8th, 2017, after one of his visits to Japan. The original, including illustrations accompanying the text, can be found on Arend's blog at this link. The blog is a direct copy and, as such, is in Dutch.
|Japan Oppervlakking - by Arend Rensink||April 11th, 2018|
|Tours and Teambuilding at Quintor||March 29th, 2018||
|Cyber-Physical Infrastructure - What To Expect?||March 21st, 2018|
|Destination Spotlight - Japan||January 17th, 2018|
|Happy New Year!||January 9th, 2018|
|Destination Spotlight - South Korea||December 16th, 2017|
|Enrollment is now open!||November 9th, 2017|
As you all know next Friday we’ll have an awesome ‘introduction to reactive programming’ lunch lecture by Quintor. What you probably didn’t know is that Quintor also organizes studywork tours every half year! They have written a nice blogpost for us about it.
Quintor is a company that detaches developers in teams to clients as to build software on-site. Of course, we want that people will always continue feeling a real Quintoriaan. Therefore…
It’s been a while since our last blog, but it’s finally time for a new one! After updating you about the two countries that we will visit during the study tour, it’s time to dive a bit deeper into the theme of the study tour. By now, our participants are working their research proposals to their respective faculty chairs. They are going to research various subject within the theme of cyber-physical infrastructure, ranging from new communicative technologies to the security of infrastructure systems, and everything in between.