08 July 2021
Iskander Smit on the future of mobility
This week, IDE researcher Iskander Smit was a guest on the Dutch podcast Digitalisering op Drift. He was joined by other chief innovation officers from Dutch organisations to talk about the future of mobility in an increasingly digital society.
08 July 2021
Delft Design at Health Convergence in Rotterdam with Hugo de Jonge
On Wednesday 7th July, Delft Design researcher Elif Ozcan-Vieira presented her collaborative work “ICU of the Future” to Dutch Minister of Health Hugo de Jonge who was visiting the Convergence Square at Erasmus MC to get an update on the current affairs of the Health and Technology Convergence.
08 July 2021
IDE professor ranks #6 for articles published in innovation management journals
Researchers Christine Pitt, Andrew Park, and Ian P. McCarthy published an article titled “A bibliographic analysis of 20 years of research on innovation and new product development in technology and innovation management (TIM) journals” in the Journal of Engineering and Technology Management. In it, they highlight notable authors and institutions within the above-mentioned areas of expertise. Keep reading to see how IDE professor Erik Jan Hultink and TU Delft were ranked.
31 March 2021
Jeremy Faludi wins 2021 Sustainable Practice Impact Award
In recognition of his work in the field of Design for Sustainability, Assistant Professor Jeremy Faludi has been chosen as the worthy recipient of VentureWell’s 2021 Sustainable Practice Impact Award. His teaching, research and publications have given students, professionals and faculties access to invaluable sustainable design tools, methods and mind-sets, contributing to a positive change.
04 February 2021
IDE student Frédérique Valk wins PFZW Design Award
IDE bachelor’s student, Frédérique Valk, is the winner of the PFZW Design Award 2020. With her multi-functional block furniture, Frédérique was able to convince the five-strong jury of the contribution her innovative idea can make to the physical relief of childcare workers.
10 December 2020
IDE student Natalie Wochner wins Facebook-Funka Accessibility Hackathon
Swedish accessibility consultancy company Funka, together with social media company Facebook, recently announced that IDE MSc student Natalie Wochner has won their Accessibility Hackathon with her ‘ Follow Me’ design. This navigation guide for people with visual impairments will help them to do grocery shopping without becoming exhausted by trying to find a product.