Seven proposals awarded in first round of Seed Funding
The TU Delft Safety & Security Institute has awarded seven proposals with its new Seed Funding scheme. This funding scheme supports collaborative activities that will strengthen the position and increase the impact of Safety & Security research and education of TU Delft.
Developing joint IoT safety and security teaching material, organising the first Cyber Security workshop for the Dutch Water Sector, and setting-up multidisciplinary working sessions with staff, students, companies and other organisations in Delta Futures Lab are just some examples of activities that will be funded. Furthermore, by supporting several consortium building activities and professional visual or writing support, we want improve project proposals for relevant Dutch and European calls. Through the funded activities collaboration with E-Refinery, The Green Village, and Delft Design for Values is further developed.
A second Seed Funding Call is to be expected in the autumn of 2020.
A full list of the awarded proposals can be found here