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Interview to Inspire: Koo Siu Ling

Lecture Hall A

Interview to Inspire: Ir. Koo Su Ling,

When Koo Su Ling started her study at the faculty of Aerospace Engineering in 1955, she did not know that she was the first female student at the faculty. At the time, only Aeronautical Engineering was a track within the study, and space was not yet implemented. She was the only women within the first year, which existed of 45 people in total.

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Lunch Lecture: Ricardo Rail

Master Department Apollo
Lecture Hall B

Lecture by Ricardo Rail. 
Smart, safe and sustainable public transport in the Netherlands and the rest of the world.
Ricardo's consultants and engineers are happy to make a valuable contribution to this. They enjoy solving high-quality technical puzzles together and provide technical advice on all kinds of aspects of trains, trams and metros, the infrastructure and the interaction between them. They think about all the technology that you as a traveler do not think about. And they provide independent testing and certification required for track approval.

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About the VSV

Established in 1945, the Society of Aerospace Students ‘Leonardo da Vinci’, has grown into a mature society. It organizes many activities for its members, more than 95% of all students at the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering. Currently there are approximately 2300 members, making the Society of Aerospace Engineering Students the largest society of its kind in the Benelux. The Society aims to serve the interests of aerospace students in all aspects of student life. Since 1945, this has been achieved by organizing a wide variety of activities.

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By becoming a member of the VSV 'Leonardo da Vinci' you can get a discount on all the books required for your studies!