What’s the best way of explaining what it’s like working at a company that’s pushing the boundaries of science to develop some of the world’s most advanced technology? Telling stories about it. Here, you’ll find explanations about our technology, crazy things we’ve achieved, news and stories about the real people behind the scenes. Enjoy!

How ASML is inspiring children’s curiosity for technology

Society is facing an approaching global talent shortage as the job market struggles to keep up with the ever-increasing prevalence of technology. Tech companies play an important role in promoting interest in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) among school-aged children, the workforce of the future.

How ASML is inspiring children’s curiosity for technology.

What is computational lithography

Whiteboard Session: computational lithography

Here at ASML, the whiteboard is our favorite forum. We sketch our ideas on them, and only the best ones stay put. We are eager to share our knowledge and want to learn new things, and that’s exactly how The Whiteboard Sessions was born. In every episode, one of our experts takes a complex technical topic and aims to explain it in simpler terms. In this session: “What is computational lithography?”

Introducing the ASML ‘Digital Gold’ Hackathon for developers

Software is what makes ASML’s hardware work. To us, software solutions are pure ‘digital gold’, and recently, we proved it. Earlier this month we brought 37 software developers of 24 different nationalities to our headquarters in Veldhoven to participate in ASML’s first hackathon.

digital gold hackathon

smallest ad

ASML sets GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ title for the smallest advertisement

ASML’s lithography machines are used to create microchips on the nanometer scale (that’s a millionth of a millimeter), which in turn enables electronic devices to become cheaper, faster and more powerful. So, it may come as little surprise that ASML has set the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ title for the world’s smallest advertisement, created with one of our lithography machines.