01 July 2020
Delft Technology Fellowship for Eline van der Kruk and Sabina Caneva
More outstanding female academics with a tenure track position – that is one of TU Delft’s most important pillars. The Delft Technology Fellowship (DTF) was introduced to help achieve this aim. Eline van der Kruk and Sabina Caneva are two top-level scientists who have been given positions at the 3mE faculty. This year, eleven fellowships were granted.
25 June 2020
Clinical technologists officially registered healthcare professionals
Good news for the technical physicians who will be first to graduate from the joint programme at TU Delft, Erasmus MC and LUMC. They can use the legally protected title of clinical technologist and register in the BIG register. This makes them officially registered healthcare professionals allowed to carry out reserved procedures independently. Clinical technologists will be given first-line status and therefore have the authorisation to register and declare healthcare activities. This is a milestone in the positioning of this still recent professional field, according to programme directors Jaap Harlaar and Pleun Hermsen.
18 June 2020
Jaap Harlaar and Gerjo van Osch appointed Medical Delta professors
Today, Medical Delta, the interdisciplinary consortium for technological solutions in healthcare, is announcing nine new Medical Delta professors. Two members of the 3mE faculty have been appointed, namely Jaap Harlaar, professor of biomechatronics & Human Machine Control, and Professor Gerjo van Osch, parttime professor Integrative Cartilage Regeneration at the department of BioMechanical Engineering and Principal Investigator Orthopaedics & Otorhinolaryngology at Erasmus MC.
18 June 2020
Impulse health & technology research with nine new Medical Delta professors
Jaap Harlaar (3mE), Wouter Serdijn (EEMCS), Marco van Vulpen (AS) and Marcel Reinders are four out of nine professors that are now allowed to call themselves ‘Medical Delta professors’. They received a dual appointment at two or more academic institutions (LUMC, Leiden University, TU Delft, Erasmus MC, Erasmus University) that are affiliated with Medical Delta. This will boost health & technology research once again.
17 June 2020
Tamas Keviczky and team win the International Autonomous Greenhouse Challenge
Tamas Keviczky, hoogleraar Networked Cyber-Physical Systems and a team of researchers and students from TU Delft in cooperation with the companies Van der Hoeven Horticultural Projects, Keygene and Hoogendoorn Growth Management has won the 2nd International Autonomous Greenhouse Challenge. Five teams participated, the Automatoes team, with the help of advanced data-driven control algorithms and artificial intelligence (AI), not only achieved the best tomato harvest after six months, but also scored best on sustainability in a fully automated greenhouse.
16 June 2020
Researchers create a new class of rate-sensitive mechanical metamaterials
Researchers at the Department of Biomechanical Engineering of Delft University of Technology have created a new class of metamaterials that can dynamically switch their mechanical behaviour. It may form the basis for practical applications such as fall-protective clothing for the elderly. The results are to appear in the journal Science Advances on 17 June.
04 June 2020
Micro-pipette probe for tuning the volume and particle concentration of liquids
At the PME department, a micro-sized pipette probe has been developed for handling multiple liquids. It is the first time that such a small probe can dose fluid volume, and simultaneously control the concentration of particles inside the fluid.
02 June 2020
Mexico receives prototype of mechanical ventilator developed by TU Delft
The Embassy of Mexico in the Netherlands received the prototype of a mechanical ventilator developed by Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) within the framework of its Project Inspiration. The prototype will be lent to the government of Mexico to support its efforts in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
02 June 2020
3mE well represented in TU Delft AI labs
Today TU Delft launched eight new 'TU Delft AI Labs'. The goal is to use artificial intelligence (AI) to accelerate scientific progress. The labs bring together scientists doing research in AI and with AI.
02 June 2020
Tamás Keviczky appointed full professor Networked Cyber-Physical Systems
Tamás Keviczky appointed full professor Networked Cyber-Physical Systems. Tamás Keviczky joined the Delft Center for Systems and Control in 2007 and has worked there as an associate professor since 2015.