Awards & Funding

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17 July 2017

NWO Take-Off Grant for organ-on-a-chip development

PhD candidates Cinzia Silvestri, William Quiros Solano and Nikolas Gaio (start-up Biond ) and Lina Sarro (ECTM) have successfully applied for a NWO Take-Off Grant (Phase 1) for organ-on-a-chip development.

11 July 2017

Best Paper Award

The paper “Clarity is a Worthwhile Quality: On the Role of Task Clarity in Microtask Crowdsourcing” has won the Douglas Engelbart Best Paper Award at the 28th ACM Conference on Hypertext and Social Media (Hypertext 2017) conference, Prague, Czech Republic.

27 June 2017

Five EEMCS ultrasound papers on IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium (IUS)

At the coming IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium (IUS) , five papers will be presented that are (co)authored by the Ultrasound ASICs group of Michiel Pertijs. IUS is IEEE’s primary forum for medical and industrial ultrasound research, and will be held in Washington in September.

27 June 2017

NWO Take-Off Grant

Students Ide Swager and Menno Gravemaker (start-up Momo Medical) and Wouter Serdijn (Bio-Informatics) successfully applied for an NWO Take-Off Grant (Phase 1) with their project proposal “Improving pressure ulcer prevention with smart mobility monitoring in healthcare institutions”.

31 May 2017

Dutch researchers work on future generation high-efficiency solar cells in the NWO Joint Solar Program III

Dutch organization NWO has approved the third edition of the so-called Joint Solar Program III (JSPIII) aimed at the development of future generation high-efficiency solar cells.

30 May 2017

Eight VIDI grants for TU Delft

NWO has awarded 8 experienced researchers from TU Delft with a VIDI grant worth 800,000 euros. The grant enables them to develop their own innovative line of research and set up their own research group.

10 May 2017

EEMCS active in two Gravitation programmes

The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) has announced the distribution of funding within their Gravitation programme. Jet Bussemaker, Minister of Education, Culture and Science, has made a total of €112.8 million available for the Gravitation programme, with the aim of boosting world-leading Dutch research. TU Delft is participating in three programmes, involving total funding of nearly €60 million. The programmes are focused on the Synthetic Cell (coordinated by TU Delft), Organs-on-a-Chip and Quantum Software. The last two are EEMCS research projects.

26 April 2017

Royal honours for three TU Delft professors

Royal honours for three TU Delft professors