In the media
22 January 2020
IO in the media week 4
08 January 2020
IO in de media - week 2
27 November 2019
Jeroen van Erp at Stadsradio Delft
Professor Jeroen van Erp was invited by Stadsradio Delft on 27 November to talk about the Designed for our Future Jubilee exhibition. He spoke about the impact of graduation projects in predicting future developments, and why he believes IDE TU Delft is the Champions League of design.
27 November 2019
Excelscope in CNN feature on Dubai Design Week
This week, CNN reported on the Global Grad show of the Dubai Design Week. Excelscope 2.0, the malaria diagnostic project where IDE (via J.C. Diehl) and 3mE TU Delft collaborated, was featured.
23 October 2019
Dutch media attention for more legroom in aircraft and Flying-V
On Friday 18 October, IDE professor Peter Vink was invited to the Dutch TV programme ‘De Wereld Draait Door’. He talked about a better design of the aircraft cabin and more legroom, developed for the Flying-V. Peter R. de Vries, guest during the programme, recently expressed his dissatisfaction about too little legroom on the plane. He was impressed: "I think Mr Vink deserves the Nobel Prize." IDE Flying-V researcher Thomas Rotte was also on TV. In EditieNL he talked about more legroom and sleeping places on the plane.
19 September 2019
Jasper van Kuijk in The Monitor about ICT in healthcare
Jasper van Kuijk was interviewed in the surrounds of our faculty for NPO’s 'The Monitor'. In this Dutch documentary which investigates serious societal issues, Jasper gives his perspective on the poor usability of electronic medical files in the Dutch healthcare system. Jasper is interviewed from 10 minutes.
11 September 2019
Jasper van Kuijk in NPO episode TMI: "Attention"
A new NPO series is examining the design and psychological techniques used by companies to attract our information. In this edition (in Dutch) IDE's Jasper van Kuijk comments on McDonald's recent adoption of the colour green in its branding, the tricks used by Booking.com to secure our hotel reservations and how difficult it is to unsubscribe from the National Postcode Lottery.
11 July 2019
IDE students upcycle kerosene lamps
Have you ever heard of the word karabai? It is Swahili for kerosene lamp. These lamps are widely used in Tanzania – for example during night fishing but are problematic due to kerosene’s explosive nature and the noxious gas that it emits.
10 July 2019
Elif Özcan-Vieira’s work featured in New York Times
With her work on combatting noise and alarm fatigue in hospitals, Elif Özcan-Vieira captured the attention of the New York Times. She was interviewed about her research with the Critical Alarms Lab. The article is out now!
26 June 2019
Paintrobot 'Bob Rob'
Can a painting be considered ‘art’ if it is constructed by artificial intelligence and painted by a robot? The performance Paintrobot ‘Bob Rob’ posed this question in a German art exhibition that recently took place. With one of the Universal Robots manipulators of the Applied Labs, a multidisciplinary team established a system, which is able to use sensory information, calculate a painting and paint it with different colours.