TPM at TU Delft Research Exhibition

News - 24 May 2017

On 6, 7 and 8 June TU Delft hosts the Netherlands’ largest scientific research exhibition. 175 researchers will explain what their research entails. They will do so by means of interactive research presentations, speed lectures and excursions. All the innovations presented are suitable for application in society. That’s why the Research Exhibition is particularly interesting for potential partners from industry and governments.

Researchers of the Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management will of course also be present. On the Research Exhibition site you will find the programme of speed lectures and an overview of  all projects. Below you will find an overview of TPM researchers who participate.

Speed lectures

Dirk Helbing

Nervousnet: Empowering Citizens with their Smartphone

Bartel van der Walle

Data in humanitarian disasters: information as a human right

Jeroen van den Hoven

Responsible Innovation

Arman Noroozian

Security Reputation Metrics for Intermediaries 

Kornelis Blok

Big data for greater energy efficiency

 

 Projects on the exhibition

Laurens Rook

Using persuasive technology interventions and big data to reduce household energy usage

Haiko van der Voort; Wijnand Veeneman; Bram Klievink

A Governance Handbook on smart mobility

Anneke Zuiderwijk- Van Eijk; Yi Yin

Collaborative Virtual Research Environment

Rens Kortmann; Arlon Luijten

Tackling the Grand Challenges through theatrical games

Eefje Cuppen; Shannon Spruit

Constructive conflict in controversial energy projects

Stephan Lukosch; Marina Cidota

Engaging Augmented Reality

  

More information

The Research Exhibition will take place on 6, 7 and 8 June.
6, 7 June: exclusively for industry and governments.
8 June: open for the public. Registration is compulsory.

 

For more information and to register, visit the website