Marieke van Amelsvoort

Via this short writing, I would like to introduce myself as a PROUD member. 

My name is Marieke van Amelsvoort and I have been asked to join his PROUD team starting in September 2019.  

I work at Fontys Mechanical Engineering and next to teaching I am also an internship and graduation coordinator.  

I want to support this team of special students in giving them a unique and strong learning experience. Of course, it is also my goal to make PROUD more known within the whole engineering department so that the group will become a well oiled multidisciplinary group. 

Looking forward to being part of this team! 

Peter van Kollenburg

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RoleĀ in PROUD committee: Chairman

Peter van Kollenburg is lecturer at the department of Electrical Engineering of the Fontys University of Applied Sciences. He gives lectures, trainings and is specialised in the areas of integrated product development, management and production technology. The courses in Product Management and Human Electrical Engineering have his special interest.

He is one of the key contributors to the introduction of competence driven education at the Electrical Engineering Department at Fontys. The specific way of working in this competence driven education is adopted by several other institutes within and outside Fontys since.

Furthermore he introduced at the E&E department the PRogram OUtstanding Development (PROUD), an excellence program for the E&E students. For this he, together with Mr Bakker and Mr de Waal, was nominated for he Fontys Onderwijsprijs 2011. He is chairman of the PROUD Committee.

His special interests: Integrated product development in co-operations with Lehigh University in the USA, Finland Oulu polytechnic, Germany: Magdeburg Technical University and Great Britain the University of Bath.

He publishes and presents papers on this topics on international conferences as TMCE, SEFI and IGIP Long term development of MRI Scent system and neonathal scent system together with students and Philips Health Care and the TU/e resulted in two patented products.