Gravity gradiometry – Innoseis ST eyes commercial application following contribution to big science and fundamental physics research

In 2021 Innoseis Sensor Technologies joined the initiative of Einstein Telescope Technologies (ETT) to further enhance the cutting-edge technologies and subsurface research related to the Einstein Telescope.  The Einstein Telescope is an advanced gravitational-wave detector that was designed to detect and observe gravitational waves. Predicted by Albert Einstein’s theory of general relativity, Gravitational waves are defined as waves […]

Innoseis ST technology selected for seismic measurements on the lunar surface!

AMSTERDAM, September 29th 2023 – Innoseis Sensor Technologies is proud to announce a groundbreaking collaboration with Fleet Space Technologies, a leading Australian space company specialising in satellite technology and geophysical solutions, to embark on a pioneering mission to harness seismic data from the Moon’s surface. From lunar exploration to seismic research, this partnership will help to unlock new capabilities […]

Mitchell Werensteijn celebrates 5 years at Innoseis

It is with great pleasure that we present the 5-Year Employment Award to Mitchell Werensteijn. This award is not just a token of appreciation but it’s a symbol of our heartfelt gratitude for your unwavering loyalty, your passion, and your significant contributions to Innoseis and Innoseis Sensor Technologies. In a world where change is constant, […]

Welcome Quincy from HvA!

We are thrilled to introduce our new intern Quincy Koelman who’s started his 3rd year internship on September 4th 2023. As a student in Applied Physics at the Amsterdam University of Applied Science (HvA), Quincy will complete his project with Drs. Mark Beker (CEO), who has an extensive background in this field. Mark has completed […]

Welcome Rick from HvA!

We are thrilled to welcome our new intern Rick Roos who’s started his graduation internship on September 4th 2023. As an Electrical Engineering student at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (HvA), Rick will complete his project with the guidance of Luuk Bleijendaal, who has an extensive background in this field. Luuk has a bachelor […]

(Graduation) internship 2024

We provide around 2 to 6 internship positions every year. That way we can give students the opportunity to develop work experience within their field. Therefore we’re always open to hire motivated students who are in their third or last year! If you’re planning on doing your third year or graduation project in a subject […]

Mustafa Yasar got to present his first DEMO as a software intern!

If you’re interested, feel free to send us your CV, motivation letter and project interest to Shanine Hoost. Mustafa Yasar got the chance to present his progress on his internship project! Mustafa transferred from Law to software development and is completing his 3 month software internship at Innoseis ST. Guided by Boris Mulder and Mitchell Werensteijn, Mustafa has […]

The 10 YEAR celebration of Innoseis

Last month, we celebrated the 10-year anniversary of Innoseis. As we’ve taken a moment to reflect on this incredible journey, we’re filled with immense gratitude and a profound sense of pride for what we have achieved with all of our employees and partners. This anniversary was not just about celebrating our accomplishments, but it also serves […]

10 Years of developing innovative solutions to seismic challenges.

Innoseis B.V. is a cutting-edge technology company at the forefront of seismic monitoring and geophysical exploration. This story started in 2013, at the founding of a spin-off from the Gravitational Physics Group at Nikhef (the National Institute for Subatomic Physics in the Netherlands), where Dr. Mark Beker and Prof. Dr. Johannes van den Brand transformed their […]

HvA graduation Internship completed [8.9/10] by Ruben Stauttener!

Congratulations to our Electrical Engineering intern Ruben Stauttener!He’s a student at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences and has completed his graduation internship at Innoseis ST for which he received an 8.9/10! The goal of Ruben’s 6 month project was to find a way to optimise the wireless data transfers between nodes and docking stations. He was supervised […]