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20 February 2020

Arjo Loeve in De Ingenieur

The location of a crime is usually very precisely mapped. A new digital measuring instrument prevents traces from being erased.

20 February 2020

Ruud Kortlever in Nemo Kennislink

Greening factories with sustainably generated electricity. If it is up to Ruud Kortlever, chemical factories will also run as much as possible on solar and wind energy in the future.

20 February 2020

Pieter Jonker in NPO 3FM news

Will we end up being unemployed? On the contrary: Robot professor Pieter Jonker thinks that we are mainly improving.

13 February 2020

Hans Bussmann in ICT&Health

Erasmus MC and TU Delft are working with a number of other institutions on the development of a wristband that, in combination with a smartphone app, helps patients recover at home after a stroke.

12 February 2020

Ad van Wijk in various media

According to professor Ad van Wijk, hydrogen is one of the most sustainable substances to store energy.

10 February 2020

Amir Zadpoor in C2W

Amir Zadpoor is working on a solution called 4D printing. He explains how it works: "We first grow a flat layer of tissue from stem cells that can provide itself through diffusion. Only when the tissue has developed a vascular system do we fold it into a 3D structure. So you grow a flat object into a 3D structure for a certain time, hence "4D" in the name. "

10 February 2020

Jan Klein in various media

According to professor Jan Klein, authority in the field of patient safety, the number of calamities hardly decreases.

10 February 2020

Roos Oosting in Delta

Affordable surgical instruments could save many lives in Africa. Yet, there are still numerous obstacles that stand in the way of producing them. A CASE for change.

10 February 2020

Jenny Dankelman in Delta

During Meet the Professor professors from TU Delft cycled to Delft primary schools to give a guest lesson. Delta took a lesson from teacher Jenny Dankelman.

10 February 2020

Heike Vallery in Algemeen Dagblad

The Wolk hip airbag is one of the best care inventions of the past year. The innovation ensures that the elderly who fall are less likely to land on their hip. asked. The invention developed at TU Delft now has the title of best healthcare innovation 2020 in South Holland.

06 January 2020

Dariu Gavrila in Trouw

What will the technology look like in the year 2020? Much has been said and written about this in recent years, from self-driving cars that dominate the street scene, to a network with internet-connected devices around us. What has come of those predictions?

06 January 2020

Paulien Herder in various media

TU Delft may credit ten million euros to the account. The sender is the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO). The amount is intended to support research into the large-scale storage of energy, one of the major challenges of our time. Professor of Energy Systems Paulien Herder of TU Delft is involved in this with her research team on a daily basis, within the specially designed RELEASE consortium.

12 December 2019

Rene Pecnik in Engineers Online

Rene Pecnik of TU Delft receives an ERC Consolidator Grant of 2 million euros for systematic research at the intersection of thermodynamics, fluid mechanics and radiation sciences. Pecnik wants to combine advanced hydrodynamic stability analysis with new multi-physics simulation tools and experiments with infrared thermography to identify and characterize new flow physics in the supercritical area.

12 December 2019

Carlas Smith in Medical Xpress

Researchers at Delft University of Technology have combined two existing super-resolution microscopy techniques to create a new method.

10 December 2019

Barry Fitzgerald in various media

Barry Fitzgerald investigates where the normal world and the world of superheroes intersect. It also brings him new scientific ideas.

10 December 2019

Arend Schwab in different media

09 December 2019

Klaas Visser in BNR

Ships must also become increasingly sustainable, but you cannot build a ship without emissions in a day. In this broadcast we hear everything that comes with it.

26 November 2019

Javier Alonso-Mora in various media

Researchers from TU Delft and MIT have developed an algorithm that - to a certain extent - can predict whether drivers behave socially or antisocial.

25 November 2019

Freek Broeren & Werner van de Sande in Engineers Online

Researchers from the Precision and Microsystems Engineering (PME) department of TU Delft have developed a scaling method that can be applied to any curved surface. This method has all kinds of potential applications, ranging from braces that can grow with children or stents for keeping blood vessels open to extendable furniture.

25 November 2019

Ruud Kortlever in Process Control

Interview Ruud Kortlever in Process Control

19 November 2019

Social behavior for autonomous vehicles by J. Alonso-Mora published in PNAS

Self-driving cars are coming. But for all their fancy sensors and intricate data-crunching abilities, even the most cutting-edge cars lack something that (almost) every 16-year-old with a learner’s permit has: social awareness.

28 October 2019

Geeske Langejans in different media

16 October 2019

Miguel Bessa in different media

Scientists have created a super-compressible material that could eventually have your pocket sized bike unfold into a full-scale one.

02 October 2019

Hans Hopman in

23 September 2019

Inktvismechanisme in ICT&health en

16 September 2019

Fiets van TU Delft in AD

Fiets van TU Delft maakt kans op prijs voor het meest veelbelovende technologische idee.

11 September 2019

Arjan Mol in BN De Stem

29 August 2019

Dariu Gavrila op

22 July 2019

Klinische Technologie op

10 July 2019

'Opleidingen spelen in op razendsnelle ontwikkelingen: Techniek, het draait totaal om techniek' in AD

10 July 2019

Gerwin Smit in Delta

Assistant Professor Gerwin Smit of 3mE is developing a self-grasping prosthetic hand inspired by human anatomy.

27 June 2019

Mechanical Engineering Design competition 2019 in various media

The goal is to build a self-propelling mechanism that can continue its movement after a fall from table height, and then deliver a 'Golden Box'. Fall resistance is key.

20 June 2019

Robert Hekkenberg in Technisch Weekblad

Regarding the claim that autonomous sailing is more difficult in inland shipping than in shipping, Hekkenberg said that the challenges in both sectors are different. "At sea they are mainly in the engine room, in inland navigation more with navigation."

13 June 2019

Dutch Ocean Technology Centre in various media

TU Delft and TNO launched the Dutch Ocean Technology Center (DOTC) on 6 June.

11 June 2019

Wenbin Ma in Delta

Extracting raw materials from the seabed is costly and potentially quite damaging to the marine environment. Wenbin Ma developed a framework to weigh up all the factors.

03 June 2019

Geeske Langejans in Nieuws en Co

Geeske Langejans explains to NOS Nieuws en Co. the discovery in a cave of charred remnants of cooked starchy foods that are more than one hundred thousand years old. She explains what the archaeologists found and why the homo sapiens apparently were already well adapted to starch in prehistoric times.

03 June 2019

Arend Schwab in diverse media

The steer-assist system is the first system in the world that can keep a bicycle upright. ‘This system keeps the bike and its rider stable at speeds above 4 km/h,’ explains TU Delft researcher Dr Arend Schwab.

27 May 2019

Erik Offerman in EngineersOnline

While worldwide attention is mainly focused on reducing CO2 emissions and reducing energy consumption in order to combat climate change, insufficient attention is paid to the consequences of a shortage of materials. This mainly concerns so-called critical materials, materials that are crucial for our well-being and our economy. "Fortunately, there is a growing awareness that we need to pay much more attention to this," said Erik Offerman

26 May 2019

Ad van Wijk in various media

There will be cheap and green hydrogen, says Ad van Wijk, professor of Future Energy Systems.

21 May 2019

Andrea Mangel Raventos in Delta

PhD candidate Andrea Mangel Raventos thinks we need more women in leadership positions in science and technology.