Dutch Optics Centre

Dutch Optics Centre is an initiative of TNO and TU Delft aimed at boosting Dutch industry in the field of optics and optomechatronics by increased utilisation of Dutch science through joint R&D. The Netherlands are unique in the field of optics and opto-mechatronics, with a leading position in science and industry.

The Dutch Optical Centre is thé national centre in the field of optics and opto-mechatronics.

The unique reasons for joining us:
- Top technology and the best experts in one place
- Access to worldclass facilities (among others nanolaboratory Delft)
- Big network; international, national and regional
- Different types of financing possibilities
- Highly experienced professionals; organizational, legal and financial

News

March 23, 2017

TNO expands optomechtronics activity to Eindhoven

DEMCON Focal optomechatronic systems is the first DOC-partner that chooses for colocation. It will enable new possibilities for efficient collaboration in new projects.

Read more (Dutch):
https://www.demcon.nl/demcon-opent-vestiging-delft/

February 23, 2017

DEMCON opens branch Delft

DEMCON Focal optomechatronic systems is the first DOC-partner that chooses for colocation. It will enable new possibilities for efficient collaboration in new projects.

Read more (Dutch):
https://www.demcon.nl/demcon-opent-vestiging-delft/

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We, TU Delft and TNO, will align our research topics to those of the industry to stimulate participation and enhance usage of the research results by industry. This way industry can make use of excellent research teams and research facilities. We believe that by collaborating, we can create a stronger Dutch optomechanical research ecosystem that benefits both industry and science.

Dutch Optics Centre is committed to strengthen the competitiveness of Dutch companies by enabling and supporting co-creation of new products in different consortia within the research ecosystem. Think of co-research, co-design, and co-production. Our goal is to ensure a continuous flow of innovative optical and opto-mechatronic products by the Dutch industry.