terraplasma Mitarbeiterin Sylvia Cantzler auf einem ESA Vortrag

Terraplasma at the CEMS-ESA Seminar

For the 15th time, international CEMS Master's students from the Rotterdam School of Management (RSM) had the opportunity to develop business plans based on space technology with application on Earth and to create potential companies from them at the ESTEC Space Technology Center of the European Space Agency (ESA).

During this event our colleague Sylvia Cantzler was invited to present about cold atmospheric plasma along with technologies that our company developed and its application areas, for the students to develop business ideas for new product and application with the cold plasma technology.

The CEMS-ESA workshop was a great opportunity for Terraplasma to recognize the further potential developments and to look beyond the existing scope of the company for the application of cold plasma technology. We would, therefore, extend our gratitude to Niels Eldering, the representative of ESA for inviting us to participate. We also would like to thank Bas Jan Veldhoen, who brought the students and Sylvia Cantzler together and motivated, supported and encouraged everyone to find unique ideas. We would also like to specially thank all the students for their creative and innovative ideas, the qualified drafts and extremely pleasant cooperation. Hence, Exciting and convincing business plans have emerged!
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