Awards & Funding
26 February 2019
TU Delft team in pre-final round of prestigious Airbus competition
29 January 2019
Stephanie Wehner wins Ammodo Science Award
Stephanie Wehner (QuTech/EEMCS) is one of the eight winners of the Ammodo Science Awards 2019. Ammodo announced this today. The laureates each receive a sum of 300,000 euros. They can use this money in the coming years to explore new avenues in fundamental scientific research.
22 January 2019
DRI Health grant for Virgilio Valente
Virgilio (Vivo) Valente received a Health Prototype Grant of €10K from the Delft Health Initiative for his proposal in the domains of Lab-on-CMOS and Organs-on-a-Chip.
18 January 2019
5.1 million euros made available for leading research in astronomy, computer science and mathematics
The NWO Domain Science Board has awarded 3 TOP grants for 2018 to the faculty of EEMCS.
05 December 2018
The best tech idea of 2018 according KIJK is...
...the solar battery charger for electric cars made by EEMCS’ Gautham Ram!
03 December 2018
Top Grant Module 2 for Huijuan Wang
20 November 2018
New 3D echo technique improves diagnosis of vascular diseases
EEMCS is involved in two research programmes that may start in the so-called 'Perspective for the Top Sectors' programme.
16 November 2018
Baljinnyam Sereeter wins drone at PowerWeb’s PhD poster contest 2018
On 13 November the PowerWeb PhD poster contest 2018 took place at X Delft. The judges subscribed all 20 posters as high level and great passion at every 2 minute pitch. The clarity to explain your research in such a short time is a challenge, but they all did very well. First prize winner is Baljinnyam Sereeter, second prize is for Nils van der Blij and last but especially according to the audience, not least: at third place Kaikai Pan.
15 November 2018
Arjan Cornelissen wins ASML graduation price for mathematics
Arjan Cornelissen was nominated to the KHMW and has won the ASML graduation price for mathematics.
14 November 2018
Responsible Internet of Things Data Research
Alessandro Bozzon and Christoph Lofi together with design researchers will investigate how human activity data can be used ethically and responsibly in research.