Cooperation between Commerce and Science
The three partners will work together to formulate courses of instruction for special training in prototyping. In addition, the ITE has received a complete series of LPKF systems and processes for non-chemical circuit board prototyping. Finally, in the next five years employees of the ITE will head to LPKF headquarters to participate in specifically conceived “train-the-trainer” intensive courses.
“Already on our first visits, the working atmosphere at the ITE impressed me. Students receive industry- and research-related project tasks and develop them until they are ready for the market - they have fun, but it is also a very serious commitment,” explains Britta Schulz, Rapid PCB Prototyping Division Manager at LPKF.
The memorandum of understanding was signed as part of an official reception. The high point was the handover of a sculpture, to serve as a reminder of the day and the significance of this agreement for the three partners.
Dr. Yek Tiew Ming, Dr. Eric Cheung of the ITE and Bernhard Chia and Jack Lim of Hakko Products Pte Ltd. also welcome this agreement. They see it as a confirmation of their personal commitment to the integration of progressive prototyping technologies in the training of engineers.
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