Tessa ten Cate, Scientist at TNO, presents at the 3D Printing Materials Conference about ‘Innovations in microstereolithography’.
About Tessa ten Cate
Tessa ten Cate is a lead scientist in the Materials Solutions department of TNO, responsible for material development for additive manufacturing of polymers, and also involved in additive manufacturing of ceramics. She has a background in polymer chemistry and biomaterials, and received her PhD in chemistry from the Eindhoven University of Technology in 2004, on the topic of supramolecular polymers. Her research focuses on the design of smart polymeric materials in combination with novel processing technologies.
TNO is an independent research organisation whose expertise and research make an important contribution to the competitiveness of companies and organisations, to the economy and to the quality of society as a whole. TNO’s unique position is attributable to its versatility and capacity to integrate this knowledge. TNO has initiated a Shared Research Program on Additive Manufacturing, focusing on high-tech, high-precision and high-complexity products, and bringing together industry experts across the entire value chain in a collaborative environment, to develop the materials, processes and equipment required to facilitate the rapid adoption of Additive Manufacturing.
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