In the media

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08 July 2020

Annemiek van Boeijen takes the stage at Pakhuis de Zwijger

The world is turned upside down, the streets are empty. Behind this seeming tranquillity, there is a storm raging through our values and structures. This gives us the space to think about a complete ‘reset’. How can we restructure existing dysfunctional systems?

08 July 2020

IDE in the media – week 28

18 June 2020

IDE in the media – week 25

11 June 2020

IDE in the media – week 24

04 June 2020

Using design thinking to respond to crises

The 2020 COVID-19 pandemic generated a number of wicked problems for industrial marketers, who were suddenly faced with a lack of markets and potentially disastrous future. Wicked problems require tools that enable decision makers to break out of preferred patterns of thinking. Design thinking, or the problem solving approaches and tools of designers, represents one such approach. IDE’s Assistant Professor Pinar Cankurtaran and University of Sussex’s Michael B. Beverland identified a process of design thinking that involves disrupting previous assumptions and practices, developing ‘good enough’ solutions, and transforming firm practices to ensure greater future resilience. Their research Using design thinking to respond to crises: B2B lessons from the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic is published in Elsevier's scientific journal ‘Industrial Marketing Management’.

03 June 2020

IDE in the media – week 23

28 May 2020

Social Distancing Dashboard on the media map

On Wednesday 13 May, researchers from IDE and AMS Institute launched the Social Distancing Dashboard. This online tool helps you navigate the streets of major Dutch cities in a time of 1,5 metre social distance. It set of quite the firestorm of Dutch media coverage.

27 May 2020

IDE in the media – week 22

27 May 2020

Elif Özcan Vieira in new online Convergence magazine

At the start of 2020, our Rector Magnificus Tim van der Hagen announced a new intensive collaboration between TU Delft, Erasmus Medical Centre and Erasmus University Rotterdam: Convergence. This years-long, multi million euro project aims to combine our joined knowledge and research on technology, medical and social sciences, and economics to tackle the health challenges we face locally and globally. IDE researcher Elif Özcan Vieira and her collaborative We\Visit project was recently featured in the new online Convergence magazine.

14 May 2020

Airwave snorkel masks to protect medical staff on Dutch corona wards

Doctors and nurses working on the corona wards of three Dutch hospitals will soon be wearing re-configured snorkel masks, which have been co-developed by TU Delft.