Engineers of Innovation

Alumni association of the Engineering programme at the University of Applied Sciences Amsterdam

4th January 2023

Extended partnership with Innoseis ST

This week we have have extended our partnership with Innoseis Sensor Technologies. Thanks to the support of Innoseis we are able to continue our development of our new battery. Innoseis Sensor Technologies has a new vacancy available at  for an Electrical Engineering Physicist. If you are excited about the prospect of working in the sensor Read more…

20th December 2022

Battery cells have arrived

Three weeks ago, we have placed an order for INR21700-P45B 4500mAh battery cells from Molicell at Nkon. These cells arrived in good condition and are now being prepared for the first test setup. The purpose of this test setup is to measure the capacity of the cells. After the capacity has been measured, we will Read more…

11th December 2022

Design of battery

To be able to participate in the open class we must design and manufacture a new battery. The battery will consist out of multiple cells. We will use the battery cells from Molicell, we have chosen the INR21700-P45B 4500mAh cells for the design. These cells are commonly used in a wide range of applications, including Read more…

22nd November 2022

The first designs of hydrofoils

Hydrofoils are a great way to increase the efficiency of a solar boat. By lifting the boat out of the water, the foils reduce the drag on the hull, allowing the boat to move faster with less effort. Active hydrofoils, which can be adjusted during different races, can provide even greater benefits by allowing the Read more…

1st September 2022

Final days of the Madeira adventure

On the final days of our Madeira adventure we traveled to the island of Porto Santo. Here we competed in the last sprint and endurance part of the race. On the sprint we managed to finish in a quick 20.08 seconds. During the endurance we unfortunately encountered some tough weather conditions, due to big waves Read more…

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Engineering on the edge