The Department of Materials Science and Engineering undertakes innovative research dedicated to developing, producing, characterising and manipulating materials. Our goal is to enhance fundamental understanding, forming the basis for better performance, a longer life cycle and preserved functionality, while at the same time improving the sustainable use of resources. Critical Materials is an important connecting thread between our research areas.
Development of novel acquisition patterns for the investigation of cultural heritage objects (e.g. paintings) by spectroscopic imaging techniques (e.g. XRF and RIS). More info
Can we capture hand crafting using ontologies in ancient humans and future robots? In this project you will take a first step towards unravelling these questions
MSE’s Miguel Bessa is hiring 4 PhDs students for his new A.I. lab MACHINA at TUDelft. Each position is unique and has different co-advisors.
PhD Material Design Under Uncertainty with Bayesian Deep Learning
PhD Position Development of 4D Shape-Morphing Neuronal Scaffolds by Two-photon Polymerization and Machine Learning
PhD Position New Machine Learning Strategies for Data Scarce Materials Science Problems
PhD Position Materials Design with Generative Machine Learning