30 March 2020
Delft Design Guide 2.0 hits international book shelves
The completely revised and extended ‘Delft Design Guide’ is now on sale internationally. This design reference manual has been created for everyone that is - or aspires to be - a designer. Written and edited by Annemiek van Boeijen, Jaap Daalhuizen and Jelle Zijlstra, with contributions from more than 70 design researchers and practitioners, it has been created to help you to understand how a designer thinks, what a designer does and how this is done, the Delft way.
27 March 2020
3D printed component makes snorkel mask useful for medics
IDE researchers, in collaboration with physicians and industry, designed a unique 3D printed connector to connect an ordinary snorkel mask to a filter system. This makes the snorkel mask usable as a protective mask for medical personnel. The design has been made available worldwide on Thingyverse.
26 March 2020
Forced to work at home
Due to the current Corona crisis, we have all been forced to work from home. But how do you maintain a work-life balance, or a good working posture when encountering bad ergonomics? After all, most of us did not design our home as a more permanent work-space. We asked our own Professor of Environmental Ergonomics, Peter Vink, to provide us all with some handy tips.
25 March 2020
TU Delft students develop ventilators for corona crisis
Last week saw the launch of OperationAIR. This initiative, set up by a group of master’s students aims to develop a simple and relatively inexpensive ventilator to address possible shortages in hospitals caused by the corona crisis.
12 March 2020
IDE in the media – week 9
11 March 2020
IDE in the media – week 11
29 January 2020
VEDIS Retail Scriptieprijs for IDE alumna
Maud van de Mosselaar, who graduated in 2019, won the VEDIS Retail Scriptieprijs (Thesis Prize) on 21 January. Maud has won this prize for her thesis ‘Changing Mindsets - Museum as an Inspiration for Fashion Retailers to adopt a purpose-driven mindset’. She wins a prize of € 3,000.
29 January 2020
ISSMO/Springer Prize for Weiming Wang
IDE’s researcher Dr Weiming Wang has been awarded the ISSMO/Springer Prize - the most prestigious award for a young researcher from the International Society for Structural and Multidisciplinary Optimization (ISSMO).
08 January 2020
IDE in the spotlight with lighting design awards
Lighting Design Awards (LIT) and [d]arc awards go to IDE alumnus, Wim aan de Stegge and PhD candidate Cehao Yu.