The Falcons RoboCup team is a team of highly motivated people from various disciplines. You will find team members with a Software or Hardware background but also Logistics and Customer support is represented. We are continuously looking for new team members that can help advance the Falcons team to the upper region of the major tournaments.

The tasks of the Recruiter will be:

  • Develop a recruitment and selection strategy
  • Write vacancy announcements
  • Actively participate in ASML events like onboarding days where there is an opportunity to recruit new team members
  • Guide the new hire into the team, make sure the new hire is attached to the right people to start working in the team
  • Organize recruitment events

If you are interested and want to join the ASML Falcons team, please contact Jaap Vos at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The current Robocup soccer team consists of 4 field players and one goal keeper which are already 4 years old. Recent game experience showed that there is a need for a dedicated goal keeper robot. Currently the goal keeper is the same as a field player, but the goal keeper needs extending arms, that go to the left, the right and up.

We are in the process of testing a prototype of these moving arms, but this design needs to be detailed out to be able to mount it on our real goalkeeper.

This means you need to work closely together with a team of electrical and software engineers to make this a success.

Next to this there are other mechanical issues we need to solve, like:

  • Weight reduction
  • New improved CPU box
  • New covers for better servicability

If you are interested and want to join the ASML Falcons team, please contact Jaap Vos at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The Robocup soccer team consists of 4 field players and one goal keeper. Recent game experience showed that there is a need for a dedicated goal keeper robot. Currently the goal keeper is the same as a field player, but the goal keeper requires much different hardware. We are currently in the design phase of this new keeper and have identified 4 major parts of the keeper:

  1. Bottom frame with battery and drive motors and motion electronics
  2. Middle frame with computers
  3. Top frame with advanced vision/camera’s
  4. Keeper frame with sensors and extending “arms”

This means we are looking for 4 mechanical designers to make a detailed design of the above mentioned sections. You will work in a highly motivated team of mechanical, electrical and software engineers. Each section of the keeper will have different characteristics w.r.t weight, stiffness, dynamics etc.

For the vision part for example it is important that the camera is mounted vibration free, for the keeper frame we need extremely fast moving arms using actuators and very strong and lightweight materials. All in pre-defined mechanical dimensions. For all sections good servicability is a must to be able to fix the robot fast during a game.

If you are interested and want to join the ASML Falcons team, please contact Jaap Vos at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.