Joost de Winter in de Volkskrant
One successful study after another appears to have a different outcome if the experiment is repeated. To learn what such a repeat study says, Delft researchers also made one: do pupils betray someones emotions?
TU Delft and CTU win Taxify Self-driving Fleet Optimisation Challenge
Department of Cognitive Robotics (CoR) opens new lab
Dean Theun Baller and Hans Hellendoorn, head of the Department of Cognitive Robotics, oversaw the festive opening of the new CoR lab this month.
3mE researchers receive ERC Starting Grant
ERC Starting Grants for seven TU Delft researchers
The European Research Council has awarded ERC Starting Grants to seven TU Delft researchers. The grants (1,5 million euros for a five-year programme) are intended to support scientists who are in the early stages of their career and have already produced excellent supervised work.
David Abbink named full professor of Haptic Human-Robot Interaction
Professor David Abbink has been named full professor of Haptic Human-Robot Interaction at the Department of Cognitive Robotics (CoR) starting 13 February 2018. The focus of Abbink’s research is on how humans and robots interact and co-operate.
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.
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.
Farewell speech Prof.dr.ir. P.P.Jonker 'The proof of the pudding'
Pavlo Bazilinskyy wins prestigious European Young Researchers Award (EYRA)
Pavlo Bazilinskyy, PhD-candidate at the department of Cognitive Robotics, has won the prestigious European Young Researchers Award 2017. Pavlo Bazilinskyy started a PhD programme at Delft University, as a Marie Curie early stage researcher in the Human Factors of Automated Driving project, with a secondment at TU München, working under the supervision of researcher Dr. ir. Joost de Winter.