16 September 2020
TU Delft launches tool to calculate energy yield of solar panels
The installation of solar panels is one of the many ways to make the built environment more sustainable. However, the investment required to purchase and install the panels can prevent homeowners, businesses and governments from taking the risk. The efficiency of the solar panels depends on many factors, like the location and the angle in which they are installed. Therefore, researchers at TU Delft have now developed a calculation tool that can accurately calculate how long it takes to recoup the purchase of the panels.
04 September 2020
Game Boy forever! Thanks to intermittent computing
A hand-held videogame console allowing indefinite gameplay may be a parent’s worst nightmare. But it is not a toy! It is a scientific tool, developed by researchers from TU Delft and Northwestern University (Illinois, USA) who decided to push the boundaries of batteryless intermittent computing into the realm of fun and interaction. It is also another step towards a sustainable future.
29 July 2020
TU Delft opens up 16 positions for Assistant Professors in AI (related) research
TU Delft announced it is recruiting 16 talented researchers to become a member of a thriving Artificial Intelligence (AI) community that fosters cross-fertilisation between talents with different expertise and disciplines. The positions are aimed at both AI experts as well as those who wish to apply AI in their Science, Technology, Engineering or Design field.
21 July 2020
Do IoT Fieldlab taking shape with the construction of technical infrastructure
Construction of the new Do IoT (Delft on Internet of Things) Fieldlab will continue to progress during the next few months. Thanks to a financial contribution from the ‘Kansen voor West’ programme, which is receiving funding from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), the work on building the required technical infrastructure can begin.
18 June 2020
Impulse health & technology research with nine new Medical Delta professors
Nine professors are now allowed to call themselves ‘Medical Delta professors’. They received a dual appointment at two or more academic institutions (LUMC, Leiden University, TU Delft, Erasmus MC, Erasmus University) that are affiliated with Medical Delta. This will boost health & technology research once again.
16 June 2020
Autonomous greenhouse: computer grows the best tomatoes and beats professional growers
04 June 2020
A virtual inner voice can help develop social skills
Social interactions make up a large part of our life, but social skills don’t come naturally to all. You can train them with self-help books or courses, and in recent years also with training systems based on supporting technologies such as virtual reality.
02 June 2020
TU Delft launches first eight TU Delft AI Labs
How can artificial intelligence (AI) accelerate scientific progress? Delft scientists will investigate this question in eight new 'TU Delft AI Labs'.
29 May 2020
The real risks of a pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic is a reflection on our society and shows us just how vulnerable we are, despite all the advanced mathematical models that are supposed to make policy- and decision-makers aware of the potential risks associated with a pandemic. ‘Yet,’ write scientists Pasquale Cirillo (TU Delft) and Nassim Nicholas Taleb (New York University) in their recently published paper in Nature Physics, ‘most of these models do not look at the tail risk of infectious diseases, and there is very little questioning of the reliability of the various parameters.’ According to the scientists, extreme value theory (EVT) offers a solution for modelling the actual risks of a pandemic.
28 May 2020
In Memoriam – Earl McCune (1956 – 2020)
27 May 2020
Intermittent computing to replace trillions of batteries
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.
08 April 2020
A bit of math to constrain epidemics
02 April 2020
A post-coronavirus society
19 February 2020
Cryo-chip overcomes obstacle to large-scale quantum computers
11 February 2020
Listening tip: De ProfCast
In this monthly podcast, Marieke and Tijs will be talking to various EEMCS professors. What are they driven by? Where does their fascination with science come from?
06 February 2020
TU Delft and the National Library of the Netherlands launch Future Libraries Lab
TU Delft and the Royal Library of the Netherlands (KB) are launching the Future Libraries Lab
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.
20 December 2019
New project SAM-FMS studies scheduling in cyber-physical systems
New project SAM-FMS studies scheduling in cyber-physical systems
16 December 2019
Brace yourself, there’s a sandstorm coming!
Suddenly your car is covered in a thin layer of yellow-brown sand, and the sky turns orange-red. Your neighbour covers her mouth with a scarf as she walks past with her shopping trolley. And your phone makes a shrill, loud beeping noise: a message from the government. Keep doors and windows closed. This is a reality that has become commonplace in China as the country is regularly hit by large, violent sandstorms. Jianbing Jin (TU Delft) has spent the last few years researching this crippling phenomenon, and trying to figure out how and where sand particles blow into the air.
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.
25 November 2019
Future thinking for historical Studieverzameling
For more than fifty years the basement of the low-rise part of building-36 is home to “objects that are of an electric origin”.
05 November 2019
Azqa Nadeem has been nominated for TU Delft Best Graduate 2019
17 October 2019
The digital revolution is coming: Do IoT Fieldlab officially launched
The new Do IoT Fieldlab (Delft on the Internet of Things) was officially launched on Wednesday afternoon during a kick-off event on the TU Delft Campus.
01 October 2019
Researchers from TU Delft discover real Van Gogh using artificial intelligence
What did Vincent van Gogh actually paint and draw? Paintings and drawings fade, so researchers from TU Delft are using deep learning to digitally reconstruct works of art and discover what they really looked like. ‘What we see today is not the painting or drawing as it originally was,’ says researcher Jan van der Lubbe.
20 September 2019
Brand new laboratory for research into sustainable electricity supply
In order to achieve the climate targets, the Netherlands needs to generate much more electricity using the sun and wind. But is our electricity network even ready for that? Unfortunately not. In order to tackle this gigantic challenge, TU Delft is currently building a brand new laboratory: the Electrical Sustainable Powerlab, aka the ESP Lab.
10 September 2019
EEMCS researchers nominated for “Best tech idea of 2019”
Recently, researchers at LUMC Leiden and TU Delft found a way to automatically reset a racing heart through an implanted LED device. Their research, published in the scientific journal Science Translational Medicine, was received with enthusiasm and now even has a chance to win the title of “Best tech idea of 2019”. A prize awarded by the popular science magazine KIJK to the best idea that has emerged in recent times.
30 August 2019
EEMCS active in three new Gravitation programmes
05 August 2019
Dutch-Japanese astronomical instrument measures 49 shades of far-infrared
The DESHIMA instrument has passed its first practical tests when measuring the distances and ages of distant galaxies.
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.
28 June 2019
Team TU Delft wins award for best aviation innovation
The team ‘The Zero Heroes’ of TU Delft has won the finals of the Airbus Fly Your Ideas competition.
25 June 2019
The magic of multi-functional Photovoltaic Windows
27 May 2019
Arno Smets appointed Mission Innovation Champion
Professor Arno Smets has been named one of the first Mission Innovation Champions, a new initiative to honour pioneers in the field of clean energy.
24 May 2019
Three EEMCS scientists receive Vidi's
The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) has awarded Vidi grants to three scientists from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS). The fortunate ones are Jan van Gemert, Martijn Caspers and Sicco Verwer.
21 May 2019
Two times Eurographics Medical Prize 2019 for EEMCS’ Intelligent systems department
13 May 2019
Who’s talking, who’s listening? Tackling the wireless design challenges
Cicero Vaucher and Earl McCune will give their inaugural address on Friday, 17 May. The two part-time professors at the Microelectronics department will be presenting their vision on the RF/mm-wave field of research. RF/mm-wave concerns frequencies in the radio spectrum between 30 and 300 Gigahertz.