A magazine filled with science stories & infographics!
We have compiled the articles and infographics from our Nodes EEMCS Science blog in a magazine, called ‘EEMCS Nodes Volume I’
Very successful course for TenneT experts by ESE
In February the Department of Electrical Sustainable Energy hosted the final lecture for TenneT experts from various fields.
Protection of future power systems
Windmills and solar panels are only the visible part of the energy transition. The power grid itself, already one of the most complex systems ever designed by humankind, is undergoing its own transition to ensure a high enough reliability in a future with up to 100% distributed power generation.
TU Delft stands strong at the 2018 “Chip Olympics”
TU Delft continues its significant yearly contribution to the prestigious International Solid-State Circuits Conference
Clive Brown of Oxford Nanopore at Bioengineering Institute kickoff
On Tuesday 27 March, TU Delft will launch the Delft Bioengineering Institute. Main speaker is Clive Brown, Chief Technology Officer at DNA sequencing specialist Oxford Nanopore Technologies.
TU Delft develops virtual coach for patients with post-traumatic stress disorder
In the future, a virtual coach could make a positive contribution to the therapy of people with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), such as war veterans or people who suffered sexual abuse in their youth. Such a coach could motivate people to persist with therapy and help them to recall traumatic memories as part of exposure therapy. The virtual coach was developed by Myrthe Tielman, who will be awarded her PhD at TU Delft on Thursday, 25 January.
Movie - DESHIMA Stargazing & Nanotechnology
Imagine you could look at the early beginnings of our universe, looking back into space and time.
Faculty collaboration boosts high performance computing
A couple of months ago TPM began collaborating with research departments from the faculties of CEG and EEMCS and bundled their High Performance Computing (HPC) capacity in the INSY cluster. TPM wanted to do this for the last eight years, but the timing was not right yet for such a collaboration.
Two researchers from TU Delft appointed as researchers-in-residence for the National Library
Antoine Peris and Cynthia Liem are the new researchers-in-residence of the National Library of the Netherlands (KB). In 2018 they will spend six months carrying out research into the representation of cities in the media and tracing references to music pieces in digitised newspapers.
New interactive technology makes rare cell types visible
Researchers from the Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC) and the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) have presented an interactive technique in the scientific journal, Nature Communications. The technique enables them to identify rare cell types among hundreds of other kinds.