Neural networks put the afterburners on skin recovery modelsFirst aid for burn injuries is to cool the area for twenty minutes with lukewarm running water. Math can play an important role in choosing the subsequent, often more intensive, treatment aimed at reducing the probability of permanent damage or even disabilities. But these mathematical models for skin recovery must be fast. By applying neural networks, Marianne Schaaphok increased their speed by more than a million times.
A giant pink rabbit on Grote MarktA 7 metre tall pink origami rabbit has hopped its way over to the Grote Markt, making Delft’s living room its temporary hutch from May 30. The animal was designed with the Delft Fringe Festival in mind by two TU Delft computer science students. ‘We were positively shocked when we heard that we, two computer science students, had come up with the winner,’ Bartek Kotlicki from Poland and Irishman Ben Provan-Bessell said.
Thesis defence R.M. van Schelven
Thesis defence X. Wang
Thesis defence J.M. Budd
Wind lecture with Prof. Simon Watson (Director of TU Delft Wind Energy Institute)
Thesis defence F. Battistel