Category Archives : Awards

Innoseis and its game changing technology originate from gravitational waves research conducted at the National Institute of Subatomic Physics (Nikhef) in the Netherlands. The scientists involved, and their global collaborative community, are reveling in the limelight in the wake of last weeks’ monumental discovery: The first direct detection of a […]

Innoseis in media as its scientific roots bask in limelight of new discovery

neelie kroes - ace venture lab - DR-6
Innoseis was one of four of science-based startups to receive a prestigious €100k proof of concept grant from IXA, the Amsterdam Innovation Exchange. The grant was awarded by Neelie Kroes during a ceremony in Amsterdam’s Science Park on May 26. Ms Kroes is the Dutch government’s envoy for startups and […]

Innoseis Receives Prestigious IXA Proof of Concept Grant

Dr Beker receives Physics@FOM Veldhoven
The Innoseis team were proud to see CEO Mark Beker receive the FOM Valorisation prize during the Physics@FOM congress on January 20th this year. The congress brings together more than 2,000 physicists from the Netherlands and around the world. As well as recognising achievements from within the community, the comprehensive programme […]

Beker receives FOM Valorisation Prize

Innoseis CEO Dr Mark Beker has been awarded the 2014 FOM valorisation chapter prize for his PhD Research. The award recognises the physicist who best explains how theoretical knowledge generated during their research can be applied commercially. Beker’s thesis “Low-frequency sensitivity of next generation gravitational wave detectors” deals with fundamental […]

FOM Prize awarded to Dr Mark Beker