Note: due to technical problems the first few minutes are missing.

Miko Elwenspoek is a remarkable character of the University of Twente. He holds the chair of Transducers Science and Technology and is strongly connected to the MESA+ institute and the Honours and Excellence programmes of the University of Twente. Next to his research interests in Self-assembly, MEMS and Mirco- and Nano Fluid Handling, Miko enjoys classical music, painting and hiking.

In this talk Miko gives us an insight in the Human Document Project. The goal of this project is to invent technologies to store data for a long long time, more than a million years. One of the most interesting aspects of this project is its interdisciplinary character.