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16 September 2021

Position paper: AI as an accelerator of the energy transition

Position paper: AI as an accelerator of the energy transition

Making a significant contribution to creating opportunities for a CO2-free energy system, this is what 150 representatives from the business community, knowledge institutions and government are working on within the Dutch AI Coalition. The Energy and Sustainability working group collaborated on the position paper 'AI as an accelerator of the energy transition', which sets out the opportunities for a CO2-free energy system. Researchers from TU Delft have made an active contribution to this agenda.

08 September 2021

Rudy Negenborn in various media

02 September 2021

Peter Wellens best lecturer of the year 2020-2021

Peter Wellens best lecturer of the year 2020-2021

‘I don’t give instruction, I give feedback,’ says Peter Wellens. He has been elected best lecturer for the academic year 2020-2021 at the 3mE Faculty.

02 September 2021

Results election of the best lecturer 2020-2021

Results election of the best lecturer 2020-2021

All students from the 3mE Faculty had the opportunity to vote for the best lecturer of the academic year 2020-2021. This award allows them show their appreciation for these lecturers’ unique and creative teaching styles.

01 July 2021

Horizon 2020 funding for MAGPIE project

Horizon 2020 funding for MAGPIE project

Researchers of the 3mE and EEMCS of the TU Delft and two organisations within Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) are part of a project that has been awarded nearly € 25 million in EU funding for a project that will improve the sustainability of ports in the European Union .

10 June 2021

Heading for AI: a joint agenda for maritime ambitions in the field of AI

Heading for AI: a joint agenda for maritime ambitions in the field of AI

The Port & Maritime working group of the Dutch AI Coalition (NLAIC) has presented a position paper ‘Koersen op AI‘ (Heading for AI) on 10 June 2021, detailing the maritime ambitions in the field of AI. As part of the core group of this working group, TU Delft researchers have actively contributed to this joint agenda.

18 May 2021

‘Cohesion researchers’ unravel the mystery of hydrogen effects on materials

‘Cohesion researchers’ unravel the mystery of hydrogen effects on materials

Steel pipelines can become brittle due to hydrogen and can therefore break. Fascinated by this urgent problem, Carey Walters (MTT), Othon Moultos (P&E) and Poulumi Dey (MSE) joined forces and turned to the cohesion programme to work on this together.

12 April 2021

Hans Hopman in various media

25 March 2021

TU Delft participates in development of energy label for yachts

TU Delft participates in development of energy label for yachts

How enviromentally friendly is yacht building actually? Can you compare one yacht to another? And how can we ensure that all yacht builders take the same approach, so that we can ultimately reduce the footprint of yachts?

08 March 2021

Carey Walters in Atlas

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