Yesterday, YES!Delft hosted the TU Delft “For Life” Thank you dinner.

During the event, alumni Floris Achterberg, Tim Bruines, and Aleksandre Japaridze from three YES!Delft startups — Villari (wireless crack detection systems), Sensible Healthcare Systems (glucose sensors), and SoundCell (antibiotic sensitivity tests)—shared their experiences regarding their ventures, successes, challenges, and how the support from YES!Delft and the Graduate Entrepreneur Fund has helped them.

At the startup fair Plense Technologies, MEMSYS, Fusion Engineering and Smart-Ship presented their technology and connected with the audience.

Deans Paulien Herder and Lucas van Vliet explained the growth strategy of Delft University of Technology, which is crucial for contributing to societal challenges such as the energy transition, digitalization, and healthcare innovation. These enormous challenges require more engineers and, of course, more innovation.

The support of alumni helps startups take the next step and gives students the chance to work on the innovations of the future. Together, we are building a large, close-knit, and impactful alumni community.

Are you interested in contributing to the YES!Delft startups, get in touch via the website!


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