Burak Eral and Luigi Sasso join forces to fight kidney stones
When the opportunity arose to set up a cohesion project, Burak Eral did not hesitate for a second. Burak Eral is a Tenure-Track lecturer at the Department of Process & Energy in the area of crystallisation & solids processing. He knew right away who he wanted to work with: Luigi Sasso, a Tenure-Track lecturer at the Department of Precision and Microsystems Engineering and an expert in the area of micro-manufacturing and sensors. A good match, as it turns out. Burak and Luigi have come up with a method to fight kidney stones.
Sergio Grammatico has been awarded an NWO TOP-Grant
Sergio Grammatico, assistant professor in the department DCSC, has been awarded a TOP-Grant for curiosity-driven research in Mathematics, module 2, for his research project “Complex Network Games: The Scenario Approach”. With this TOP-Grant, Sergio Grammatico is able to appoint a PhD candidate.
Volkert van der Wijk is 2017 Constructor of Merit
Volkert van der Wijk, university lecturer in ‘Fast-moving dynamically balanced robotics’ at the Department of Precision and Microsystems Engineering, has been voted the 2017 Constructor of Merit. Volkert van der Wijk knows how to brilliantly combine art, mechanics and robotics.
Important breakthrough in tests innovative composite screw propeller
PhD candidate Pieter Maljaars and Mirek Kaminski, professor of ship and offshore structures at the Department of Maritime and Transport Technology, have made an important breakthrough in their Greenpop research project.
‘Origami’ lattices with nano-scale surface ornaments
Inspired by the Japanese art of paper folding (origami), researchers at TU Delft are developing an alternative to 3D printing that allows the final products to have many more functionalities than what is possible with 3D printing. Those additional functionalities could, for instance, be used in medical implants or devices incorporating flexible electronics. In their publication in Science Advances on Wednesday November 29th, the scientists have successfully applied their technique to lattice structures.
Cohesion project ‘Haptic feedback for maritime operations’ achieves excellent results
Haptic feedback for maritime operations by Arthur Vrijdag (MTT) and David Abbink (CoR) As soon as Arthur Vrijdag, researcher and university lecturer in nautical mechanical engineering, hydromechanics and control technology, walked into the Haptics Lab run by David Abbink, associate professor of human-robot interaction at the Department of Cognitive Robotics, his creative juices started to flow.
Maria Santofimia Navarro appointed full professor Physical Metallurgy
At the department of Materials Science and Engineering of the Faculty of 3mE dr. Maria Santofimia is appointed full professor Physical Metallurgy per 14 November 2017.
3mE Faculty well represented in NWO’s Perspective programme
The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) has given six new research programmes the green light within the ‘Perspective for the top sectors’ programme. Professor Ian Richardson (MSE Department) is coordinating the ‘3D printing of large metal components’ programme and professor Frans van der Helm (BME Department) is coordinating the Injury-free exercise’ programme. Researcher Herman van der Kooij is coordinator of the ‘Wearable robotics for people with weak muscles’ programme. He works at the University of Twente and at 3mE’s BME Department.
Ian Richardson leader of major new public-private research programme on additive manufacturing
A major new research programme will shortly be launched in the context of the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) funding instrument 'Perspective for the Top Sectors'. Professor Ian Richardson will play a leading role in this project on metal-based additive manufacturing.
TU Delft to lead three new, large-scale public-private research programmes
Six new, large-scale research programmes will shortly be launched as part of the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) ‘Perspective’ top-sector funding programme. TU Delft will play a role in all of these programmes, and will even lead three of them. The three programmes will focus on preventing sports injuries, the 3D-printing of metal objects and nanostructure imaging.