Algorithms unravel cellular dynamics, and what it means for targeted therapy
Modern technology allows us to monitor the activity of tens of thousands of genes in cells.
How not to waste energy on 5G
Earl McCune is geared up to break a few long-held believes in the field of wireless communication
Developing a digital twin for the electricity grid
Peter Palensky is working on a “digital twin” to make it possible to study the electricity grid.
Solar cells available at bargain prices, but still the revolution stagnates
The energy transition is an extremely complex challenge for our society.
Tackling tumours using mathematics
Marleen Keijzer and Sebastiaan Breedveld discuss the role mathematics can play in an ever changing field of radiotherapy.
A glimpse into the universe with superconducting electronics
Jochem Baselmans is looking for answers to the most relevant questions in our universe.
Improving the effectiveness of speech recognition
Odette Scharenborg is researching automatic speech recognition.
TU Delft Electrical Sustainable Power Lab
The ESP LAB is the first laboratory in the world enabling research and education in system integration into the existing electrical grid.
The impact of algorithms
In our age of technology algorithms have become more complex and more influential than ever before. And yet, because of their omnipresence, we are much less aware of them.
You only know the best method of defence when you understand more about your opponent
Christian Doerr conducts research into cyber threat intelligence.
Solar power for asylum seekers
In the summer of 2018 seven EfR members traveled to Lesbos to set up self-reliant energy production. It proved to be an extraordinary journey.
How do you visualise big data?
How can you calculate realistic shadows for a computer game in a fraction of a second?
Using mathematics to explain why the River Ems is silting up
Mathematician Henk Schuttelaars is working on new models to improve our understanding of this puzzling river.
From micro to macro with duality
Frank Redig wants to understand the relation between microscopic and macroscopic reality, in particular for non-equilibrium systems.
Ultrasound from a plaster
Ultrasound scanning via a plaster or catheter: Michiel Pertijs sees real possibilities for reducing the size of ultrasound equipment to millimetre format. And it's all thanks to smart chip technology.
Diagnosing tuberculosis with algorithms
How mathematical algorithms help to diagnose complex tuberculosis infections
New Electrical Sustainable Powerlab smooths the way for energy transition
A new laboratory, the only one of its kind in the world, is being built in Delft.
You sometimes used to see students struggling to stay awake, but now they’re actively participating
Renewable Energy Systems
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Organizing high-dimensional data with triangles and fields
A clever insight by Nicola Pezzotti linked fast rendering of triangles and neural networks