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a city in western Germany near the Dutch and Belgian borders

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Project management for rwth aachen, New construction center for digitally networked production (cdvp) incl.
Schaub says the road could have connected the important settlement in Aachen to what is today the Dutch city of Maastricht.
Co-locating our activities in Aachen is a first ever in Europe for DPM and represents a paradigm shift in how we do research and new business development," noted DuPont business development manager Ernst Poppe.
A welcome party was held at Siddal RLFC where old friendships were renewed and new ones created among the younger people from Aachen, a spa town in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, and Halifax.
Speakers from Apollo Tyres, Ford Motor, Goodyear Tire & Rubber, Tyre Industry Research, Deutsche Institut fur Kautschuktechnologie, Ford Research, Fraunhofer ITWM, Harburg-Freudenberger Maschinenbau, Porsche, Volkswagen and the IKA and IKV institutes at RWTH Aachen University will take part in this conference.
During the workshop, 17 GUtech students and 13 RWTH Aachen Master's students exchanged their ideas regarding the development of a multiple purpose area in the center of the city of Aachen.
In the 1970s, when I was studying at Aachen, we undertook research on hydrogen engines which included the Wankel rotary," says Pischinger.
Aachen Cathedral, one of the oldest in Germany and a major tourist attraction, will have its opening hours shortened.
Aachen only qualified for Europe after they reached the final of their domestic cup last season but they lived up to their underdog status to clinch third spot in the group.
Mr Kerton said he was informed by Kent Police that police in Germany had raided the Simons' home in the town of Strassfield, near Aachen, where neighbours had said Louise appeared depressed.
Kazuo Soda, of the town of Nakagawa in the southwestern Japanese prefecture, will receive the Aachen Peace Prize and a cash award of 2,000 marks (about 112,000 yen) at a ceremony in Aachen on Sept.
Britain's Olympic showjumping prospects received a boost when four of the riders for Sydney scored a decisive victory in the Aachen Nations Cup in Germany.
Aachen today is a delightful small town in the North-Rhine-Westfalia region of western Germany.
When Hitler came to power, the Jewish community numbered 1352 in Aachen.