Welcome to the website of Night of the Enterprises Delft

Here you can find all the information about the Night of the Enterprises. Night of the Enterprises which will take place on Thursday, November 26, 2015. You can register for the event and find more information about the participating enterprises.

Please use the 'Register' button at the top of your screen to register for free!
Note: a number of presentations are in Dutch and a number in English.

Looking for interesting job opportunities or an internship?

TU Delft, The Hague University of Applied Sciences, Inholland University of Applied Sciences and the Municipality of Delft are organizing the Night of the Enterprises. Students are offered a unique opportunity to meet with companies in Delft.

Sign up for a specific theme (High Tech, ICT/security, Design, Biotechnology and General) and hop on the bus that brings you to two or three companies operating in the field. Once we have received all registrations, we will email you the number of the bus(theme) you are assigned to. The start and end point of the tours is OGD ict-diensten, Rotterdamseweg 380, Delft. The doors open at 15:30.

Don't miss this great opportunity to meet with companies looking for talent and experience. Get a feel for the various businesses and see what happens in the workplace.


3M (theme: High Tech)
3M Company is a world-class, science-based company. At 3M, science is at the heart of everything we do. It is both our inspiration and the medium that allows us to innovate, internally and with partners across countless industries. It is what allows us to solve the problems no one else can tackle.
“Applied to Life” is the umbrella for the many business units of 3M and how they come together to make life better for consumers and our world.
This is what makes us 3M.

3M is:
The adhesive holding your plane together …
The respirator helping you breathe easier …
The sterile bandage used by your surgeon …
The combat helmet protecting our heroes …
And yes, the Post-it® Note keeping you organized.

Biothane (theme: Biotechnology)
Biothane is one of the world's leading companies in the field of biological treatment of industrial wastewater. We have a portfolio of highly effective technologies that can be applied in a vast variety of sectors and installations. With more than 560 installations constructed in over 40 countries around the globe, Biothane demonstrates its outstanding competency in the field of anaerobic wastewater treatment. For students Veolia created “The PANGEO Programme”. This program offers you the opportunity to start your professional career in one of Veolia's subsidiaries, present in every continent. PANGEO brings out your inter-cultural skills as you work in a different country to your home country.

For over twenty-five years BPO is the firm for product development and optimisation for a broad range of products and customers. BPO has developed and optimised products from simple one-piece parts to complex assembled products, like a desk chair for Ahrend, Tapje for Heineken or a suitcase for Samsonite. BPO offers its clients innovative design, expert advice and effective optimisations, using its rich knowledge and experience in the field of design and optimisation. A wide range of analyses are carried out with advanced computer software: strength and stiffness, moldflow and cooling analyses. The reduction of costs and technical feasibility but also minimization of risk are central themes in our projects. 

Carya Automation (theme: IT/security)
Carya Automation is active in the field of automation of test and measurement setups. That sounds simple, but the test configurations may vary by arrangements that operate at very high sampling rates for example in satellite navigation, to slower running processes by as much as several hundred measurement and control channels in chemical process installations (pilot plants). Complexity is not avoided, and there is close involvement in interfacing with the 'outside world', such as measurement and control hardware, databases, Internet, etc.

Designers association Delft Design (theme: Design 2)
Designers association Delft Design is a meeting point for designers who have a connection to one way or another with Delft and are interested in the design profession in general. Delft Design wants to contribute to the social challenges of Delft. We do include excursions, workshops and debates on current affairs in Delft. We work very closely met Stichting Technology Meeting Point (TOP). Delft Design is working on new relationships, various forms of cooperation and crossovers between design disciplines, and social and cultural organizations. Therefore, we work from cultural district het the Prinsenkwartier in Delft. At Delft Design are both experienced designers and newcomers together.

Het Collectief Delft (theme: Design 1)
Het Collectief is a contemporary multidisciplinary practice. At the heart of our initiative lies the combination of our experiences and our ambitions. We like solving problems, by going beyond the obvious, back to the bare essence. We deliver a variety of tailored products and services for both our partners, ourselves and our community. We work on our projects out of pure fascination, because we like to be challenged in what we do, or merely because in the end, we want to improve the quality of life for ourselves and for those around us. Different people, different skills, different passions and one collective ambition. Specialties: Conceptualisation & Design, Strategy & Optimisation, Development & Realisation, Architecture, Emerging Technologies, Photography, Business Development, Motion Graphics.

Jeanne Dekkers Architecture (theme: Design 1)
Based on its clear views on design in the built environment Jeanne Dekkers Architecture has realized many high-profile buildings. The firm seeks and finds the best fitting responses for each commission. Every design process begins with getting thoroughly acquainted with the commission by rephrasing the definition of the problem and a study into four key aspects. 'Looking and listening' to the location, the brief, the purpose and background of the client and the user and being receptive to invisible factors. These are important to understand as fully as possible what the commission actually is, and to fully master it. A team of around 10 people, who have been working together for years, enthusiastically work on the different tasks involved in designing and realizing the various commissions.

LBVD (theme: IT/security)
Our mission is to make the digital world livable. That’s how we help organizations move forward. The digital world brings functionality and convenience, but also risks. Clients of LBVD do not have to worry about the risks of the digital world and can focus on what they are good at. We continuously work on solutions that ensure that the digital world is livable. Solving problems and thus helping organizations forward makes our work fun. LBVD is an ambitious expert in information security. Our customers are special, the way we work is special and so are our professionals. They are experts in the fields of Technology, Organization and People, they are creative, positive and result oriented. They love their job, are communicative and want to inspire their customers and eachother. Does LBVD sound like a good workplace for you? LBVD is always looking for new talent, with a lot in store, professionally, but also personally. Do you want to know more? Please come and see us.

M-industries (theme: IT/security/consultancy)
M-industries delivers Operational Excellence to the manufacturing industry. We do so by a unique combination of software and consultancy. Our consultants know all about manufacturing and supply chain and how to optimise these processes. They are partners to the operations, factory or supply chain manager at our customers, with whom they have reached an agreement on a key performance indicator (KPI) the customer would like to improve. Typically this is lower cost, better delivery performance or lower inventory and exact insight in cost is always a requirement. We will show the generic approach to a consultancy job, show the language and demonstrate the terminals most of our customers use to capture input from their operators.

Maakbaar (theme: Design 2)
A community in Delft for makers, tinkerers, builders or any name you want to give these bright pro-active talents who want to change the world for the better. Maakbaar is a community driven non-profit stepping stone for awesome epic bizar out-of-this-world ideas. It's a laboratory with 3D printers, electronics and all sorts of gear you'll need to make your prototype. It's an inspiring lecture and workshop series organized by us all to provide knowledge where we need it. It's a meeting ground to find your fellow comrades and be inspired by those around you. It's what you need to bring your ideas to reality. Hereby an open call to join this fantastic club of bright minds. Join us!

Mapper (theme: High Tech)
MAPPER Lithography develops lithography machines for the chip industry. The core of this mask-less lithography machine is based on an innovative system that uses fibre optics. MAPPER has developed a patented technique in this field that is based on parallel electron beams writing on an electron-sensitive film. With this technique it is possible to direct more than ten thousand switchable parallel electron beams and hereby process enormous amounts of data. We are continuously looking for starters and professionals who want to grow with us and contribute to building machines for the next generation of chips. Working at MAPPER means working together in a high-tech environment at the highest level, with independent and engaged specialists in a range of disciplines. Independence, responsibility and a strong sense of involvement characterize our MAPPER team.

Octatube (theme: Design 1)
Octatube designs, develops and constructs complex architectural structures and facades, with an emphasis on advanced applications of glass and steel. Octatube has over 30 years 'design & build' experience and is a respected partner for international top architects.

OGD ict-diensten (theme ICT 1) (presentation in Dutch)
OGD ict-diensten is an IT company founded in 1988 by five TU Delft students. In 27 years the company has grown to be employing 800 students and professionals. We work with a wide variety of companies and offer a broad array of IT services. For students we offer interesting and challenging part time jobs, varying from Service Management to System Administration to Programming. We also have great opportunities for new grads, a great chance to work in a professional environment and with room and time to develop yourself. We offer internal courses for all our employees, part- or fulltime. Furthermore we feel our work atmosphere is great, with lots of drinks and other fun activities (for example wintersport and sailweekends). If you’re looking for a part- or fulltime job with plenty of opportunities, challenges and a diverse and dynamic work environment this may be the place for you!

RPS Nederland (presentation in Dutch)
RPS in the Netherlands is an independent engineering and risk management consultancy with laboratories for environmental, occupational hygiene and human health risk surveillance issues. Every day we work for companies, governmental institutions, regulators and inspectorates for a better living and working environment. During the Night of the Enterprise you can learn about our services in two areas: safety, health & risk management and housing & real estate.

1. Safety, health & risk management (theme: General 1) - cancelled
We support organisations in identifying risks and choosing the best measures to create a healthy and safe working environment. With targeted knowledge of risk management and hazardous materials, supported by our own laboratories, we keep our clients sharp and alert.

2. Housing & real estate (theme: General 2)
Organisations demand cost-effective real estate and an efficient working environment. Effectiveness thanks to a clever approach to the maintenance costs and efficiency thanks to smart interior design of the housing concept. We deliver insight into the performances of buildings, so that buildings really do what our clients want: offer functionality, security and safety to people and the organization. 

TBA (theme: ICT 2)
TBA was founded in the nineties of the previous century as a consultancy firm focusing on solving logistic problems with advanced tools.
Today, TBA's vision is to improve the cost efficiency and productivity of container and bulk terminals world-wide through consultancy and software. We clearly distinguish ourselves by state-of-the-art tools such as simulation and emulation. Our clients include all major container terminal operators worldwide and many local port operators. TBA is headquartered in Delft (The Netherlands), has offices in Düsseldorf (Germany) and Satu Mare (Romania).

Tenuki (theme: ICT 2)
Tenuki is founded in 1995 and has it's roots at the TU Delft and has grown into one of the important players on the traffic information software market. Every day our software is used to assure complete and up to date traffic 
information. Tenukiʼs work is the basis for the traffic jam information you hear on the radio, the route information on the internet or apps and the signs above and along the highway. We also make specific applications and tools to support road managers in their work. With great dedication we have managed to create a company where people are valued for their expertise and motivated to develop new qualities. 

XVR Simulations (theme: ICT 2)
XVR Simulation is a leading developer of virtual reality simulation technology for the education, training and assessment of safety & security professionals. The XVR software platform is built on the award winning Unity 3D engine, enabling XVR Simulation to create 3D virtual training environments with world class visuals and sound effects. XVR features a large number of training environments featuring realistic models, buildings, vehicles and objects. XVR Simulation gives customers unparalleled freedom and options to build their own training environments and scenario’s, including the possibility to recreate existing environment with the use of Google Earth images, photographs and GIS-data. Over 200 educators in 30 countries worldwide use XVR to train 70,000 incident responders every year. Our main user groups are schools & training centres, emergency services, industry & infrastructure, and maritime & offshore. 

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