The Energy, Materials and Systems (EMS) group of the Faculty of Science and Technology has just launched a new promotional video. It is the result of the effort of many EMS members and PhD students and was produced by Pollus Fornerod (UT communications consultant) and Anna Kario of EMS. Marcel ter Brake, the group leader, is very proud of the outcome and grateful for the hard work of his team.
The video highlights the group's main research themes, superconductivity and cryogenics. EMS investigates materials and conductors, key technologies, cryogenic and superconducting systems for applications in the energy transition, in Big Science and High-Tech industry. The video also showcases the impact of their research on society and industry.
The Energy, Materials and Systems group is one of the research groups at the University of Twente and focuses on developing new technologies that contribute to a more sustainable world. Examples include the world’s first superconducting wind generator, a superconducting waste separator, and sustainable aviation developments.
The new promotional video can be viewed on the Energy, Materials, and Systems group website (https://www.utwente.nl/en/tnw/ems/). It is a great way to raise awareness of this innovative research group's work and showcase how this research contributes to a more sustainable future.