How can I contribute to connect our community of cleanroom enthusiasts? How can we share our topics, trends, and ideas more quickly, intuitively, and directly? In addition to my new online platform www.cleanroomfuture.com, its printed offshoot, the Cleanroom Future magazine, also contributes to this. It replaces the Cleanroom Magazine, which I published successfully for six years.
The first edition of the Cleanroom Future magazine – in print and online – was presented at Frankfurt’s Cleanzone 2018. From now on, it will regularly offer cleanroom practitioners, researchers and developers even deeper insights into new projects, ideas, and opportunities. At www.cleanroomfuture.com, I created an online spot to exchange ideas and develop our topics further together!
One of the most exciting stories of the first edition of the Cleanroom Future magazine is the portrait of a Swiss family business that exports medical tissue all over the world. We are following the trail of “sputtering” and take a look at the future opportunities that this classic cleanroom application still offers. And we draw an interim balance on the DSGVO, a new EU privacy law that led to broad discussion – but also seems to be not so bad from the point of view of many cleanroom players. More on this soon here.
If you are also interested in personal exchange and an extension of your cleanroom knowledge, see the offers of my Cleanroom Future Campus! It’s my contribution to establishing an international cleanroom meeting place for exchanging knowledge and experiences in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland. In my seminars you will learn more about cleanroom practice and management. My courses qualify young people for certified cleanroom activities in various profiles. In this way I also want to set international standards. The Cleanroom Future Campus offers can be found at www.cleanroomfuture.com/page/Campus
I’m looking forward to our exchange!