10 June 2021
Heading for AI: a joint agenda for maritime ambitions in the field of AI
The Port & Maritime working group of the Dutch AI Coalition (NLAIC) has presented a position paper ‘Koersen op AI‘ (Heading for AI) on 10 June 2021, detailing the maritime ambitions in the field of AI. As part of the core group of this working group, TU Delft researchers have actively contributed to this joint agenda.
07 June 2021
World Ocean Day: Autonomous robot system picks up litter from ocean floor
TU Delft is working with seven other partners on an autonomous system for cleaning the ocean floor. This system consists of a surface vehicle with two underwater robots, which are going to identify and collect litter from the ocean floor. Now that the crucial gripper component of the system has been completed, the SeaClear system is almost ready for field testing.
31 May 2021
Underwater robot does not need help on the ocean floor
Robots can perform jobs underwater that are too complex or dangerous for humans. That is, if they can manage on their own, because no one can help them down there. The REMARO project works on its control systems and trains PhD students in programming work.
18 May 2021
TU Delft and Volvo collaborating on Prognostics for new generation of trucks
Now it is time for trucks to join the transition to zero emission, and uptime is key to make this a success. In a new research project with the Volvo Group, Riccardo Ferrari of the Delft Centre for Systems and Control is looking to improve service life through predictive analytics.
28 April 2021
NWO awards 10 million euros for solving cyber security issues
16 April 2021
Successfull Roundtable about Human-Centered AI Systems
When talking about artificial intelligence, Human-Centered AI Systems is a theme which is discussed a lot. Last Monday researchers of most of the TU Delft faculties joined an online Roundtable to share their knowledge and start new initiatives.
06 April 2021
South Holland universities and applied universities inspiring each other about AI (-related) education
On March 22 the applied universities and universities of South Holland got together to share information and inspire each other about education in the field of AI, data and digitalisation.
01 March 2021
TU Delft opens up 32 positions for PhD students in AI (related) research
TU Delft is recruiting 32 talented PhD students to become a member of a thriving Artificial Intelligence (AI) community that fosters cross-fertilisation between talents with different expertise and disciplines. The positions are aimed at both AI experts as well as those who wish to apply AI in their Science, Technology, Engineering or Design field. By the end of 2021, there will be around 150 academics from all eight faculties of TU Delft working in 24 TU Delft AI Labs.
28 January 2021
TU Delft launches new series of TU Delft AI Labs
TU Delft is launching a new series of eight TU Delft AI Labs today. In these labs, scientists are using artificial intelligence (AI) to accelerate scientific progress and help solve societal issues. Another eight labs will be launched later in 2021, bringing the total to 24. In the past year, almost all sixteen of the new Assistant Professor posts opened as part of this programme thus far have been filled. The recruitment of 32 PhD students for the new TU Delft AI Labs will start end of February. In addition, TU Delft will present the labs at the MIT European career fair on 25 February.
19 January 2021
Appreciating a flower’s texture, color, and shape leads to better drone landings
You may have wondered how a honeybee has such perfect navigation skills.