Milan Lenters

Milan Lenters is a writer and editor. Through IO, he got to know his native city Eindhoven in a different way and sometimes looks with amazement at the many stories that lie ahead.

Gerard & Anton Awards: Sendcloud and the curse of the manual mailing list

Ten startups from Eindhoven have been honoured with the Gerard and Anton Award 2016. The jury of the awards thinks these ten have all it takes to follow the footsteps of Gerard and Anton Philips who, 125 years ago, formed the first truly successful startup in the region. Every day we highlight one...

Gerard & Anton Awards: IBIS, a Power Nest on top of every highrise

Ten startups from Eindhoven have been honoured with the Gerard and Anton Award 2016. The jury of the awards thinks these ten have all it takes to follow the footsteps of Gerard and Anton Philips who, 125 years ago, formed the first truly successful startup in the region. Every day we highlight one...

Gerard & Anton Awards: BlueJay, the indoor drone

Ten startups from Eindhoven have been honoured with the Gerard and Anton Award 2016. The jury of the awards thinks these ten have all it takes to follow the footsteps of Gerard and Anton Philips who, 125 years ago, formed the first truly successful startup in the region. Every day we highlight one...

Gerard & Anton Award: GenKey, an identity for everyone in Africa

Ten startups from Eindhoven have been honoured with the Gerard and Anton Award 2016. The jury of the awards thinks these ten have all it takes to follow the footsteps of Gerard and Anton Philips who, 125 years ago, formed the first truly successful startup in the region. Every day we highlight one...

Gerard & Anton Awards: ZENS, charging anything, without wires

Ten startups from Eindhoven have been honoured with the Gerard and Anton Award 2016. The jury of the awards thinks these ten have all it takes to follow the footsteps of Gerard and Anton Philips who, 125 years ago, formed the first truly successful startup in the region. Every day we highlight one...

Expat Top-10: Jorge Alves Lino, business director STRP

The expat top-10 aims the spotlight on the internationals that help Eindhoven progress. E52 sat down with each winning expat to talk about their experiences and perspective on the city they once came to, and never got away from. Today: Jorge Alves Lino. Name: Jorge Alves Lino Age: 36 Profession:...

Expat Top-10: Zuzanna Skalska, trend expert at 360 Inspiration

The expat top-10 aims the spotlight on the internationals that help Eindhoven progress. E52 sat down with each winning expat to talk about their experiences and perspective on the city they once came to, and never got away from. Today: Zuzanna Skalska. Name: Zuzanna Skalska Born in 1971...

Expat Top-10: Camilla van den Boom, strategy director Sturrm

The expat top-10 aims the spotlight on the internationals that help Eindhoven progress. E52 sat down with each winning expat to talk about their experiences and perspectives on the city they once came to, and never got away from. Today: Camilla van den Boom. Name: Camilla van den Boom Age: 44...

Expat Top-10: Jing Li, teamleader at ASML

The expat top-10 aims the spotlight on the internationals that help Eindhoven progress. E52 sat down with each winning expat to talk about their experiences and perspective on the city they once came to, and never got away from. Today: Jing Li. Name: Jing Li Age: 36 Profession: Teamleader at ASML...

Expat Top-10: Bert Blocken, professor at TU/e

The expat top-10 aims the spotlight on the internationals that help Eindhoven progress. E52 sat down with each winning expat to talk about their experiences and perspective on the city they once came to, and never got away from. Today: Bert Blocken, professor at the Technical University Eindhoven....

1,200 tech fanatics bring Quiz Night XL to a giant success

Deadly silence is in the packed hall of the Klokgebouw, every single person is listening attentively to Julinka van Keulen. She can be seen simultaneously on seven screens hanging from the balconies. Then her question. “How many prime numbers are there between 1 and 100?” Immediately...

Creators of the Future at Night of the Nerds

A constant coming and going of buses, thick rows of students waiting to get inside the Klokgebouw. Once inside, they spread slowly in the large halls. At first cautious, later, gesticulating and pointing. The enthusiasm is growing. Thousands of visitors enjoy the Night of the nerds. 3D printing,...

Dancing robots open “Living Smarter Home” at DTW

A dance show by Fontys’s famous NAO robots Fontys is the official start of the Slimmer Leven Huis (“Living Smarter Home”) during the Dutch Technology Week. On Wednesday, May 25th at 12:00 ten robots will do a flashmob with the audience. After that, the “Living Smarter...

“Technology is there to improve the lives of everyone”

Imagine a group of miners equipped with a camera and packed with sensors to measure the situation deep under the ground. It’s called connected mines. An Australian mining company shows it at the Technology Connects – People First conference during Dutch Technology Week, on May 26. They...

Important role for software in the heart of high tech hardware

Sensors in your shoe to measure running performance, a special earpiece that “grabs” your phone while driving, and a glove to control games. All beautiful hardware gadgets that have been developed in the Brainport Eindhoven region. But more happens than just hardware, which will become...

Symposium at DTW, to close the gap between students and companies

“Students only drink beer and wander from party to party.” Business-core Eindhoven is trying to debunk this stereotype. The committee of six students organizes workshops, visits to companies and “content days”. All this with the aim of reducing the gap between students and...

Dutch Technology Week: A Graceful Game of Trucks & Theatre

With graceful movements Huub Smit puts on his glove. He steps back and moves his hand slowly, as if he pulls an invisible rope. With a roaring engine, a truck moves in his direction. The man raises his hand, stops. Shocking and squeaking, the truck stops as well. What follows is a cat and mouse...

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