10 December 2019
Combination of microscopy techniques makes images twice as sharp
Researchers at Delft University of Technology have combined two existing super-resolution microscopy techniques to create a new method. Many experts thought that combining these techniques was not technically possible. The new, combined method enables researchers to visualize the tiny components of living cells better than ever before. Among other things, this can lead to new insights for healthcare.
24 May 2019
Jan-Willem van Wingerden receives Vidi
The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) has awarded Vidi grants to seven TU Delft scientists. From the 3mE faculty Jan-Willem van Wingerden, professor Data Driven Control at Delft Center for Systems and Control, was honoured with an award.
21 February 2019
XII Workshop on Adaptive Optics for Industry and Medicine
04 February 2019
15th IFAC Symposium on Large Scale Complex Systems
11 December 2018
2018 George Nicholson Paper Award
30 November 2018
New TU Delft TV episode: Tropical disease detection by smartphone
In today’s TU Delft TV video, Temitope Agbana explains how to detect a tropical disease by a smartphone. Schistosomiasis is a neglected tropical disease which accounts for almost 200,000 deaths a year and affects over 285 million people worldwide.
12 November 2018
Open Mind: Smart parasite detector
PhD researcher Temitope Agbana and Professor Gleb Vdovine from the 3ME faculty have developed a novel technique, which utilizes optical analysis of patient blood samples using automated smart algorithms integrated into a potentially low-cost multispectral optical imaging platform. With this technique, they aim at the development of a portable, field compatible, affordable smart optical diagnostic instrument for early detection of African Animal Trypanosomiasis and other Hemoparasitic infection in animals. A smart parasite detector for animals: automated, rapid reliable diagnosis which requires minimal human intervention.
11 November 2018
Best PhD Dissertation Award for Anahita Jamshidnejad
Anahita Jamshidnejad has won the 1st Prize in the 2018 IEEE ITSS Best PhD Dissertation Award competetion for her PhD thesis "Efficient predictive model-based and fuzzy control for green urban mobility". The IEEE ITSS Best Dissertation Award is given annually by the Intelligent Transportation Systems Society (ITSS) of IEEE for the best dissertation in any Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) area that is innovative and relevant to practice. The 1st Prize award consists of a plaque and a cash award of USD 2000.
25 October 2018
Giulia Giordano appointed as Delft Technology Fellow
05 October 2018