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08 December 2020
Miguel Bessa and Richard Norte have been awarded the Interstellar Initiatives Grant
Miguel Bessa and Richard Norte have been awarded an Interstellar Initiatives Grant from the Limitless Space Institute. The award is for their research ‘Origami Photonic Crystal Sails with Machine Learning’. Their research focus is about the development and demonstration of nanoscale origami photonic crystal membranes using data-driven machine learning.
30 November 2020
Arjan Mol in various media
18 November 2020
A Mechanism for Designing High-Entropy Alloys with improved Magnetic Properties
12 November 2020
More efficient conversion of heat into electricity by tinkering with nanostructure
Researchers TU Delft have not only been able to explain how nano-structures in thermoelectric materials can improve energy efficiency but they also propose a commercially more attractive way to manufacture nano-structured thermoelectric materials, increasing the chances for mass-production of thermoelectric energy. Their results were published in Nano Energy.
05 November 2020
Multi-Material Additive Manufacturing Program is the winner of HiTMaT 2020
The team, coordinated by Dr. Vera Popovich from MSE, TU Delft and in close collaboration with M2i, University of Twente, GKN Fokker and Beamler is the winner of HTSM High Tech Materials Call 2020.
26 October 2020
Geeske Langejans in BBC World
What makes things sticky?
15 September 2020
Researchers at MSE develop a novel in-situ hydrogen gas mechanical setup
MSE Researchers developed and validated a novel mechanical setup featuring an in-situ hydrogen gas and samples representing miniature pipelines.
15 September 2020
Multi-Material Additive Manufacturing project and workshop
30 July 2020
Joris Dik in various media
A group of TU Delft bachelor students, led by professor Joris Dik, understood the secret of a special piece of wall, without affecting it. Their graduation thesis was published this week in the scientific journal Heritage Science.
29 July 2020
TU Delft students reveal hidden inscriptions from NSB leader
Led by Professor Joris Dik, a group of TU Delft bachelor's students was able to discover the secrets of this part of the wall without damaging it. The students’ graduation thesis was published this week in academic journal Heritage Science.