In order to optimally support our customers today, as well as in the future, MASER Engineering B.V. is “working on solutions for tomorrow’s technologies” by participating in various regional, national and European research programs.

By familiarizing with upcoming technologies and new equipment, the technical know-how of our engineers is constantly expanding. Also, our knowledge on novel materials applied in innovative technologies is enlarged and broadened.
A positive side effect of participating in research projects is an increased visibility of MASER Engineering in The Netherlands and Europe, resulting in intensified contacts with existing relations and the establishment of new contacts with (start-up) companies, universities, institutes and R&D departments.


In general, our contribution to these research projects is to investigate the reliability, robustness, ESD protection and failure modes of the applied materials, components, test vehicles and demonstrators that are developed during the course of the project.

Being active in Research & Development is one of the main pillars that support our company’s strategy. By doing so, we can maintain and extend our front role in reliability testing and diagnostic services.

History of research programs

An overview of finished research programs in which MASER participated.

  • ATHENIS (EU – STREP / FP7), 2008 - 2011.
  • EPAMO (EU – ENIAC JU), April 2011 - September 2014.
  • RF2THz SiSoC (EU – EUREKA / CATRENE), July 2011 - December 2014.
  • STARS (NL), May 2013 - March 2015.
  • DAISY (NL – GO EFRO), January 2011 - June 2015.
  • I2I (NL – GO EFRO), January 2011 - June 2015.

Research programs

An overview of research programs in which MASER is currently participating.

  • ATHENIS 3D (EU – FP7), November 2013 - October 2016.

Other R&D activities

Besides the large, long-term research programs mentioned above, MASER Engineering is actively involved in several smaller, short-term R&D projects. Typically, these projects involve cooperating with one industrial partner or a university research group for a couple of months, on a for both partners relevant subject.

For more information, please contact Mr. Kees Revenberg or Mr. Wilhelm Niessen.