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16 September 2021

Position paper: AI as an accelerator of the energy transition

Position paper: AI as an accelerator of the energy transition

Making a significant contribution to creating opportunities for a CO2-free energy system, this is what 150 representatives from the business community, knowledge institutions and government are working on within the Dutch AI Coalition. The Energy and Sustainability working group collaborated on the position paper 'AI as an accelerator of the energy transition', which sets out the opportunities for a CO2-free energy system. Researchers from TU Delft have made an active contribution to this agenda.

10 September 2021

Design & AI

Design & AI

Check out the new webpage on ‘Design & AI’ by Industrial Design Engineering and explore the work of Delft design researchers who offer a human-centred approach. By incorporating the needs of people and organisations with the latest developments in technology, the design researchers translate abstract AI concepts into tangible designs. This holistic and integrated design research approach is crucial for the impact of AI and possible commercial innovation.

26 August 2021

#SIGCOMM 2021 Best paper: "Seven years in the life of Hypergiants' off-nets"

#SIGCOMM 2021 Best paper: "Seven years in the life of Hypergiants' off-nets"

Prof. Georgios Smaragdakis (Cybersecurity group) and colleagues from UCL, Microsoft, Columbia University, and FORTH were awarded the Best paper award in ACM SIGCOMM 2021 for their paper: "Seven Years in the Life of Supergiants' off-nets." SIGCOMM is the ACM flagship conference in Internet Architecture and Networking.

04 August 2021

New method to measure loss of signal in far-infrared instruments

New method to measure loss of signal in far-infrared instruments

23 July 2021

ESP Lab nominated for NRP Gulden Feniks award 2021

ESP Lab nominated for NRP Gulden Feniks award 2021

The Electrical Sustainable Power Lab (ESP Lab) has been nominated for the NRP Gulden Feniks award for 2021. After making a selection from the 54 entries, the jury of experts visited the selected projects and then nominated eight projects. The ESP Lab is competing for this prestigious award along with the seven other nominees; they are among the very best examples of renovation and transformation projects.

23 July 2021

The story behind the posters in Mekelpark

The story behind the posters in Mekelpark

If you were on campus between 14 and 18 June, you cannot have failed to see the long series of posters in Mekelpark showing the broad spectrum of Systems Engineering. From fast food delivery drones to jellyfish alarms and smart beehives. But where did the posters come from?

23 July 2021

More than 250 papers in less than 2 months

More than 250 papers in less than 2 months

Vibrant groups full of creativity and interesting new research, but above all: a new batch of bachelor students ready for all the possible academic hurdles they will face during their master's. The new "Research Project" of the renewed Computer Science and Engineering curriculum is a great success! But what made that possible?

07 July 2021

Convergence Alliance: ecosystem in South Holland

Convergence Alliance: ecosystem in South Holland

Using the region as living lab, the Convergence Alliance creates a leading research and innovation ecosystem in South Holland, with great (inter)national appeal and ambitions. One of the knowledge cluster of the alliance is ‘AI, Data & Digitalisation’, with representatives from the universities of Leiden, Rotterdam and Delft and Leiden University Medical Center and Erasmus Medical Center.

23 June 2021

Annoesjka Cabo appointed Director of Education

Annoesjka Cabo appointed Director of Education

Vanaf 15 juli 2021 is Annoesjka Cabo benoemd tot directeur onderwijs aan de faculteit Elektrotechniek, Wiskunde en Informatica. Daarmee volgt zij Geert-Jan Houben op die zich als pro vice rector magnificus gaat focussen op het leiding geven aan de activiteiten van de TU Delft AI initiative.

23 June 2021

UvA, TU Delft and Booking.com collaborate on research into better recommendation systems

UvA, TU Delft and Booking.com collaborate on research into better recommendation systems

In the Mercury Machine Learning Lab, researchers from the University of Amsterdam (UvA) and Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) will be working together with Booking.com on various improved recommendation systems.