Awards & Funding
Pavol Bauer, Gautham Ram and Menno Kardolus awarded “Most Significant Innovation in Electric Vehicles” prize
At the IDTechShow! the prize for the “most significant new innovation in hybrid or pure electric vehicles” whether by land, water or air was awarded to Pavol Bauer, Gautham Ram (TU Delft) and Menno Kardolus (PRelectronics).
Else Kooi Award 2018 for Dr. Michel Antolović
Felienne Hermans won the Open Education Award for Excellence
Felienne Hermans (Software Engineering Group) won the 2018 Open Education Award for Excellence.
Great start ‘Virtual Referee’ project
Vinay Balaji is a master student at the EEMCS faculty at TU Delft. Vinay came up with the idea of ‘Virtual Referee’, a technology which helps the referee to accurately and quickly determine whether or not it’s offside or a penalty during a football game.
Lina Sarro won the IEEE Robert Bosch Micro & Nano Electro Mechanical Systems Award
Lina Sarro (Microelectronics Group) won the IEEE Robert Bosch Micro and Nano Electro Mechanical Systems Award. The award was presented by the president of the IEEE Electron Device Society during the opening ceremony of the IEEE MEMS 2018 Conference in Belfast.
Grant for designing an online monitoring & diagnostics system for HVDC GIS
Armando Rodrigo Mor (Department Electrical Sustainable Energy) received a grant for the project called ‘DC GIS Technology Demonstrator’ within the European H2020 project PROMOTioN.
Piet Van Mieghem has received a certificate from the Christoffel Plantin Foundation
Piet Van Mieghem, professor with a Chair in Telecommunication Networks and chairman of the Network Architectures & Services Group, has received from the Belgian Ambassador Chris Hoornaert, a certificate of the Christoffel Plantin Foundation.
Vinay Balaji awarded with a cheque for his Virtual Referee project
The Delft University Fund gave a cheque to master student Vinay Balaji and his supervisor Marco Zuniga (Embedded Systems Group). With this money Vinay can demonstrate his ‘Virtual Referee’ in a test set-up in which football players, equipped with sensors, simulate game situations. This technology helps the referee and makes football fairer.
The Delft Power System Protection Centre received a NWO grant
The TU Delft Power System Protection Centre (PSPC), under leadership of Marjan Popov (Department Electrical Sustainable Energy), has received a NWO grant for research on ‘Resilient Synchromeasurement-based Grid Protection Platform’.
Grant for a seamless forecasting system of water levels
Martin Verlaan (Department of Mathematical Physics of EEMCS), CiTG, AE, the German Federal Agency for Cartography & Geodesy and Deltares received a grant of ‘STW Open Technology Program’ for developing a seamless forecasting system of the total water depths in the Dutch North Sea.