27 January 2023
NWO-XS Grant to unlock the secrets of dusty galaxies
17 January 2023
New method revolutionises network analysis
It shows the shortest path even when 90% of the network is hidden.
13 January 2023
A plant-powered camera and better AI to detect atmospheric threats
At the very end of last year, NWO Open Technology Programme (OTP) announced two new grants in the fields of environmental monitoring and atmospheric threat detection. Both projects are part the department of Microelectronics, and both will help scientists and society better understand our environment – to limit or otherwise mitigate the consequences of climate change.
10 January 2023
TU Delft in ROBUST with 3 new ICAI labs and AI clinics for SMEs thanks to NWO funding of 25 million euro
Today, the NWO announced that it is awarding the ROBUST programme 25 million euros. ROBUST, an initiative from the Innovation Centre for Artificial Intelligence (ICAI), is a collaboration of 51 partners from industry, government, and the knowledge sector, including TU Delft. ROBUST's total budget is over 87 million euros, and with the new impetus from NWO, 17 labs and 170 PhD students will be added in 10 years.
03 January 2023
Mathematical research into the network of Evolutionary Biology
20 December 2022
Computer gives people with depression symptoms insight into their thinking patterns
Our thoughts greatly determine how we feel and behave. Thus, gaining insight into certain thought patterns is an important part of preventing and treating depression. TU Delft researcher Franziska Burger investigated how AI can support people with symptoms of depression.
08 December 2022
“No other technology has changed the world as quickly and intensely as web- and data-driven intelligent systems (AI)”
07 December 2022
Aad van der Vaart to become President of the International Society for Bayesian Analysis
Aad van der Vaart has been elected President Elect of the International Society for Bayesian Analysis (ISBA). His term will start on January 1, 2023, and a year later he will take over the presidency of the Society.
02 December 2022
Piet van Mieghem has been elevated to IEEE Fellow
This week Professor Piet van Mieghem has been elevated to IEEE Fellow, in recognition of his contributions to quality of service-based routing and network modeling.
16 November 2022
A navigation system with 10 centimeter accuracy
Researchers of Delft University of Technology, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and VSL have developed an alternative positioning system that is more robust and accurate than GPS, especially in urban settings. The working prototype that demonstrated this new mobile network infrastructure achieved an accuracy of 10 centimeter.