Another team member has joined us! We welcome Caroline Tynell Hansen, a promising female lab assistant. Since finishing her Bachelor's Degree, Caroline has developed a keen interest in Nanoscience and so decided to continue her studies to develop a deeper knowledge of nanomaterials and analysis techniques. Caroline is currently undertaking a Master's Degree in Nanoscience at the University of Copenhagen.
Welcome Caroline, we look forward to showing you around our newly refurbished HQ and hearing your ideas!
We are glad to introduce our new team member, Kevin Jensen. Kevin has a Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering and continues his Master's Degree in the same major at DTU - Technical University of Denmark. As a student lab assistant, Kevin will gain valuable insights into developing innovative solutions at Stensborg.
We are delighted to welcome another bright student to Stensborg, Martin Valentin Thomsen. Martin is currently taking a Master's Degree in Chemical and Biochemical Engineering at DTU, where he also completed his Bachelor's Degree in Chemical Engineering and International Business. Martin is looking forward to diving feet first into the world of nanoimprinting.
Nahuel Victor Rizzi joined the Stensborg's team this month. Nahuel is currently enrolled at Danmarks Tekniske Universitet - DTU, studying a Master's Degree in Wind Energy. Nahuel possesses a relevant academic background and a vast amount of experience in Electromechanics. Nahuel will help our team with lab assistance in developing a deeper understanding of Nanoimprinting field.
Welcome on the board, Nahuel!
Casper Gramhald-Nørland is the newest addition to the Stensborg's team. He is currently studying at DTU for a Master's Degree in Innovation & Design and has decided to join us to gain more practical and on-hand experience. Casper is working together with our team of engineers on testing, designing, and the optimization of our products.
We are thrilled to welcome another bright and innovative mind - welcome Casper!
This year, the plan for the Christmas team-building activity was a bit different here at Stensborg. Instead of a typical "Julefrokost", we have decided to hold an ugly Christmas sweater competition! At the last moment, it had to be moved online, but that didn't stop us from having at least an online laugh! In the picture, you can see some of our employees in their Christmas outfits - a great way how to celebrate the end of the year.
We are delighted to announce that Stensborg's HoloPrint uniA6 DT gets to travel the world again. Last week we shipped out more machines to customers, in the UK and the USA. It is always a great honour to share our technology with foreign markets, and we could not wish for a better way to end 2020 than with more global expansion.
Jekaterina Mironova has joined Stensborg’s team as our new Business Administration assistant! Jekaterina, also called Katja, is originally from Latvia, but currently living and studying in Denmark at Roskilde University. At Stensborg, she is working as our CEO’s Jan Stensborg right hand, helping him to oversee and manage individual accounts and the company. We are happy to welcome her on board.
Stensborg is evolving, so we have launched a new website! Earlier this year, we acknowledged that our website deserved a new fresh look with up-to-date information about our products and services. Therefore, Stensborg's marketing team decided to take on the challenge of rebuilding the whole website from scratch. After a few months of intensive work, the time when we can present it to the world has finally come. Take a closer look, and let us know what you think.
We are excited to introduce Annemiek Chall as Stensborg's new Senior Optical Engineer. Annemiek is an experienced researcher and engineer who is fascinated by light and its possibilities. She will be working with optical designs for some exciting new client projects. Originally from Germany, Annemiek joins us as she is interested in working with nanoimprinting and the world of lithography.
Happy birthday to us! Today, exactly 22 years ago, Stensborg was established by our CEO Jan Stensborg. It has been an exciting journey full of successes and also some failures that led us to improvement and growth. Our only birthday wish is to have many more successful years ahead of us and to help advance the nanoimprinting world. We are looking forward to the new challenges and accomplishments that the incoming years will bring. You can read more about our history on the about us page.
SPIE Photonics West 2020 took place at the beginning of February and we were proud to be part of it. It was an exciting week full of interesting presentations and speeches. In the first two days, we attended the BiOS Expo, which was focused on biophotonics, biomedical optics, and imaging conference. In the latter half of the week, the Photonics West exhibition was on the program. During the whole conference, we met many bright minds and inspiring professionals and researchers. It was a great week, full of new insights and intelligence that will help us to move forward within nanoimprinting lithography.
Stensborg’s team is expanding by two enthusiastic students with a flair for digital marketing, Karolína and Kamila! They will be working on many exciting marketing projects that will bring Stensborg closer to you, our customers. Most easily you can come into contact with them and their work through our social media posts on either Facebook, LinkedIn, or Twitter.
Karolína is originally from the Czech Republic from a city called Liberec, but has been living in Denmark for a few years now so Danish culture feels very familiar to her. Currently, she is living in Copenhagen and just started studying a Master’s program in Business Administration and Leadership at Roskilde University and is very much looking forward to diving into the theory of organization and management. When Karolína is not studying nor working on our digital marketing strategy, she enjoys traveling, photography, and dancing.
Kamila was born and raised in Košice, Slovakia. She is a Bachelor student of Business and Communication at Roskilde University and thanks to living at the university’s campus she is able to take part in extracurricular activities. She is, for example, one of the organizers of RUC e-sport. In her spare time, Kamila enjoys photography, learning more about the latest tech gadgets, and is also drawn towards the beauty world.
Together, they make a great team and so you can expect many amazing novelties happening either on our social media channels or website in the future.
We are excited to welcome Christian Bjerrum-Niese to the Stensborg team. Christian will be tasked to drive new business for the company by developing and implementing strategic growth initiatives. Christian brings to our team a wealth of business development experience from Danish start-ups and global tech companies. Welcome Christian!
We had the opportunity to attend the 18th International Conference on Nanoimprint and Nanoprint Technologies, NNT 2019, in Boston Massachusetts. During our three day visit, we were able to take part in a unique nanoimprint ecosystem session and connect with many academics, industry, and national laboratories from all over the world. We dove into the emerging areas in imprinting technology such as augmented and virtual reality, energy generation and storage, intelligent nanoscale devices, and the life sciences. The many interesting lectures and debates that were arranged at NNT 2019 were one of the highlights of the conference. We cannot wait to participate in NNT 2020 next year!
Our very own Desktop Holoprinter traveled to Taiwan to the Touch Taiwan exhibition All Radiance 2019, where it was presented to the wide audience of the conference. We gained much insightful information and feedback that allows us to advance and perfect the Desktop Holoprinter even better, so we thank you for that and look forward to our next visit to Taiwan!
Stensborg was part of the Profactor booth at Nil Industrial day in Aachen (March 28-29). We are very happy that they were showcasing our new technology; the HoloPrint uniA6 DT.
Stensborg is proud to announce an exciting new consortium where we will be exploring how our imprint technology can be used to produce a cost efficient fabrication process for advanced nano-electrode arrays suitable for automatised drug-screening.
A detailed 36 month development project has been agreed between the consortium partners, with a budget of 2M€ which has been obtained with partial funding from The Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG).
For more information please contact Stensborg at email@example.com.
As the first partner to benefit from Stensborg’s new Optical Engine, Forster Verkehrs- und Werbetechnik GmbH recently installed our new LED-based Optical Engine with great success.
Wolfgang Hackl from Forsters Print technology business development says:
"We have successfully been using the HoloPrint system from Stensborg for some years now and felt the new LED-based Optical Engine would present more consistency in our hologram production compared with gas discharge based Optical Engines We are very pleased with our decision to install the new equipment from Stensborg. Hats off to these guys! It was delivered promptly and excel on all promised specifications”.
The LED-based Optical Engine is developed in-house at Stensborg and will now be an integral part of Stensborg’s future systems, including the new Desktop imprinter which can be used with passive cooling as well as active liquid cooling.
Forster has achieved a well-deserved reputation for the diversity of its innovative products. A business that had begun by manufacturing embossed signs in 1956, Forster has since grown into an international operator that combines superior know-how with the most stringent quality standards.
They offer fully developed and technically mature solutions in traffic engineering, shelving systems, noise barriers, advertising systems, signage, and industrial printing.
Contact: Wolfgang Hackl, Print technology business development. Forster Verkehrs- und Werbetechnik GmbH. Weyrer Straße 135
A-3340 Waidhofen/Ybbs Phone: +43 7442 501-275, www.forster.at
We are very happy to announce our new Stensborg LED Optical Engine upgrade for our Holoprint NIL systems.
By moving from plasma to LED technology, the new upgrade provides customer benefits in energy savings and system stability.
The new Optical Engine is now implemented in Holoprint systems from 100 to 420 mm width.
Our CEO, Jan Stensborg held a speech at the Reconnaissance holography conference held in Minsk, Belarus on Nov 16th, 2018. He will be speaking about new opportunities in desktop NIL.
New article by Print og Medier about our print technology and new metallization process. Imprint the hologram directly in the printing press – without the need for foil!
You can read the article here.
Presenting our incredible new product - the HoloPrint® uniA6 DT. A nano imprinter for small scale tests and trials.
High throughput nanoimprint lithography - HoloPrint®
Dr. Lars Linvold of Stensborg A/S was speaking at the International Conference "Nanotechnology and Innovation in the Baltic Sea Region" at the University of Southern Denmark (SDU) in Sønderborg, Denmark.
Karlis Petersons, Stensborg A/S- was speaking at NIL Industrial day 2018 March 08-09 in Vienna Determination of the photocuring rate of light-curable resins for use in R2R and R2P NIL applications.
Stensborg attended the Holography Conference 2016 which took place in Warsaw, Poland from 29-30 November. It saw 132 delegates from 33 countries come together to discuss the latest innovations, developments, and trends in commercial holography, from security and authentication to design and display.
A grant has been granted from the Renewal Fund in connection with the sale of 6 HoloPrint® solutions.