Awards & Funding
11 May 2020
Royal Academy selects Barbara Terhal as a member
The Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences has selected eighteen new members, four of whom are from TU Delft. One of them includes Barbara Terhal, a professor at the EEMCS Department and a staff member at QuTech since 2017.
23 January 2020
Pablo Cesar awarded the 2020 Netherlands Prize for ICT Research
The 2020 Netherlands Prize for ICT Research is to be awarded to Pablo Cesar for his research on modelling and controlling complex collections of media objects.
09 January 2020
€3.3m research funding to establish trust in the internet economy
Sovereignty4Europe, an interdisciplinary research project that aims to start an online community of 50,000 internet users to evaluate the principles of an ‘internet of trust’, has received €3.3 million of research funding.
13 December 2019
Crossover grant NWO: 4 PhD students for Kitepower
The NEON consortium, led by Eindhoven University of Technology, will receive a Crossover grant of 8.5 million euros for innovations that can accelerate the energy transition.
12 December 2019
TU Delft selected as ELLIS unit for AI and machine learning
The European Laboratory for Learning and Intelligent systems (ELLIS) have selected TU Delft for establishing one of its units for European research excellence in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning.
11 December 2019
A boost of €4,1M for joint proton therapy research TU Delft, Erasmus MC and LUMC
The next round of funding has been awarded to 13 researchers within the HollandPTC R&D consortium.
05 November 2019
Azqa Nadeem has been nominated for TU Delft Best Graduate 2019
30 August 2019
EEMCS active in three new Gravitation programmes
16 July 2019
Twelve Veni awards for TU Delft researchers
The Dutch Research Council (NWO) has awarded a Veni grant worth up to 250,000 euros to twelve highly promising young scientists from TU Delft.
16 July 2019
Chao Chen to receive Else Kooi Award for PhD work on smart ultrasound probes
The 2019 Else Kooi Award goes to EWI alumnus Chao Chen, for his work on chips for miniature 3-D ultrasound probes.