Dear SAFE community,
SAFE is back! (and no more part of ICT.OPEN). We would like to welcome you to participate in the SAFE 2018 which will be held 7-8 June 2018 at the University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands.
About SAFE: SAFE is an annual conference on Microsystems, Materials, Technology and RF-devices, which is organized within the three technical Dutch universities of Twente, Delft and Eindhoven. The conference is organized for the PhD students and is intended for the student to expand their network and share their research ideas which provides a unique opportunity for future collaborations.
SAFE was formerly an independent conference as well but later became a track of ICT.OPEN. However, as of 2018 we decided to organize the conference independently again in order to have the conference on a smaller scale and thus to better serve the interest of device, materials and technology researchers. Each year one of the technical universities will be responsible for the organization of the conference. In 2018 the SAFE will be held at the campus of the University of Twente. In 2019 it will be hosted by the TU Delft and in 2020 by the TU Eindhoven.
So don’t miss this great networking opportunity and we look forward to seeing you at SAFE 2018 in Twente!
Students may present already published work or new ideas, but can also feel safe to share their initial ideas without publishing them officially. The abstracts and/or posters can be made available, on-line, to the attendees during and after the conference. We encourage all PhD students to submit a poster/paper to facilitate interactions among the students.The information about submission, and hotels will be made available on this website.
Please register and book your hotel on the website (early bird discounts apply, fun guaranteed). This can all be done on the website.
If you want to batch register all students at once, please let us know.
We hope to see you at SAFE in Twente in June 2018!
Paddy French, Gijs Krijnen, Fred Roozeboom, Wolfgang Krautschneider and Jurriaan Schmitz