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14 July 2021

Laura Marchal Crespo receives Vidi

Laura Marchal Crespo receives Vidi

The Dutch Research Council (NWO) has awarded two TU Delft researchers a Vidi grant worth 800,000 euros. From the 3mE faculty Laura Marchal Crespo, researcher at the department of Cognitive Robotics (CoR), was honoured with an award. Marchal Crespo’s research focuses on robotic systems to maximize post-stroke recovery.

03 June 2021

Javier Alonso-Mora in various media

01 June 2021

Carlos Hernández Corbato in TechXplore

31 May 2021

Underwater robot does not need help on the ocean floor

Underwater robot does not need help on the ocean floor

Robots can perform jobs underwater that are too complex or dangerous for humans. That is, if they can manage on their own, because no one can help them down there. The REMARO project works on its control systems and trains PhD students in programming work.

10 May 2021

A little walk can make ridesharing a lot more efficient

A little walk can make ridesharing a lot more efficient

Ridesharing can benefit from using pick-up and drop-off points and asking users to walk a small distance. Researchers at TU Delft have analyzed this by using a real dataset of 10.000 Manhattan taxi trips. They have published their results online in Transportation Research Part C.

08 April 2021

Jork Stapel in NRC

30 November 2020

3mE researchers partner in two NWA-ORC consortia

3mE researchers partner in two NWA-ORC consortia

Researchers from TU Delft will work together in nine consortia with the entire knowledge chain and societal organisations, and conduct interdisciplinary research that will bring scientific and societal breakthroughs within reach. Faculty 3mE takes part in two consortia.

01 October 2020

Sarvesh Kolekar in various media

Self-driving cars can already do quite a bit, but driving as a human being requires something that algorithms cannot do very well: being insecure and careless. A new model that maps the mechanism behind human driving should change this.

29 September 2020

Driving behaviour less ‘robotic’ thanks to new Delft model

Driving behaviour less ‘robotic’ thanks to new Delft model

Researchers from TU Delft have now developed a new model that describes driving behaviour on the basis of one underlying ‘human’ principle: managing the risk below a threshold level.

14 September 2020

Joost de Winter in various media

Joost de Winter in various media

Joost de Winter: "The industry is increasingly seeing the importance of research in the field of robotics. Delft engineers lead robotics solutions that enable a company to innovate its technologies."

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