Albert IJspeert has a degree in mechanical engineering and worked for many years at CERN, the European Laboratory for Particle Physics located in Geneva,Switzerland

He developed the superconducting corrector magnets for CERN’s Large Hadron Collider (LHC).

He has a vast experience in: electro-mechanics and  magnetism, and this in environments of vacuum and nuclear radiation

Until recently he was also active as an elder in the Mennonite church


He was one of the three winners of the Swisspor Innovation Contest 2006 thanks to novel ideas using vacuum for the insulation of houses.
Two IJSPEERT technologies won a gold and a silver medal respectively at the 2007 International Exhibition of Inventions at Geneva.

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