A giant pink rabbit on Grote MarktA 7 metre tall pink origami rabbit has hopped its way over to the Grote Markt, making Delft’s living room its temporary hutch from May 30. The animal was designed with the Delft Fringe Festival in mind by two TU Delft computer science students. ‘We were positively shocked when we heard that we, two computer science students, had come up with the winner,’ Bartek Kotlicki from Poland and Irishman Ben Provan-Bessell said.
Filling the gap: terahertz waves for next generation sensing and communicationDeveloping technology for the terahertz region of the electromagnetic spectrum used to be only pursued by space exploration scientists and the military. Maria Alonso-delPino uses advances in silicon chip technology to open up a whole universe of more worldly applications.
Taming the software jungle with evolutionary insightsJust like your television or car, software nowadays is often assembled from hundreds of pre-built components – ready-to-use pieces of code created and maintained by companies, volunteer teams and sometimes even individuals. It gives rise to some very interesting dynamics, much like in a natural ecosystem. It’s an analogy professor Diomidis Spinellis wants to explore in his quest to help tame the ever-increasing complexity of software.
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