Bert Huis in 't Veld is binnen Fontys onderzoeksleider voor Additive manufacturing - 3D printing. Hij is eindverantwoordelijke voor toegepast onderzoek, ontwerprichtlijnen, business aspecten, procestechnologie, toepassingen vanuit hightech machinebouw met betrekking tot Additive manufacturing. Neem gerust contact op met Bert voor meer informatie inzake praktijkgericht en toegepast onderzoek.

Curriculum Vitae Bert Huis in 't Veld

Leader of the Research Line Additive Manufacturing.

Started in 2016 at Fontys Mechanical Engineering in Production and Materials (PM) contributed to renewing the first year module on Production and Materials and introduced state of the art Laser Technology. Focus point: Materials for Additive Manufacturing as part of the Fontys SPDAM minor on Additive Manufacturing. Responsible for the S7 module PM for Precision.


2008 - 2015 Enschede, 0,4 fte Professor Applied Laser Technology, Faculty CTW, University of Twente and Senior Scientist at TNO in Eindhoven, Thin Film Technologies (TFT) and Equipment for Additive Manufacturing (EfAM).

1998 – 2008 Eindhoven, Head of the department Surface Engineering and Materials Performance

1987 – 1998 Apeldoorn, Project leader Materials Technology and manager Surface Technology at TNO Metals Research Institute

Key areas of expertise
  • Production Technology: 3D printing, joining, machining, sheet metal forming
  • Materials Science: mechanical metallurgy, microscopy, polymers, ceramics, composites
  • Laser technology: lasers for additive manufacturing and high power laser processing, ultrashort laser pulses for micromachining
  • Surface Engineering: tribology and coatings
Research topics of Applied Laser Technology at University of Twente
  • Si dicing: Advanced Laser Induced Subsurface Separation (ALISS).
  • Integrated UV-RGB laser beam combiner IOP Photonic Devices project.
  • Micro Additive Manufacturing by Laser Induced Forward Transfer (LIFT) of metals in small droplets
  • Laser processing for solar cell applications
  • Welding: Control of laser welding by closed loop control of the process through the measurement of plasma
  • Laser Material Deposition. Advanced reliability of laser cladded industrial products through online feedback process control (Cladcontrol)
  • Laser textures by micromachining using ultra short pulses


Bert Huis in 't Veld

Onderzoeksleider voor onderzoekslijn
Additive manufacturing

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