Honourable mention Compasso D’Oro for White Book for Design-Driven Materials Innovation
On 20 June, the EU-funded research project Light.Touch.Matters, concluded in summer 2016, received an honourable mention during the Compasso D’Oro (Golden Compass) award ceremony in Milan for ‘The White Book’.
The Walsh-Weston Award for papers Ling Xia and Sylvia Pont
Former IDE PhD student (CSC fellow) Ling Xia and IDE professor Sylvia Pont have received the Walsh-Weston Award for two papers from The Society of Light and Lighting. The papers are published in the journal Lighting Research and Technology in 2017.
MyFutures wins special prize at Hans Sauer Award 2018
After three days of co-creation with all finalists of the Hans Sauer Award 2018, the winners of this year’s award were selected on 11 March by both a public and a jury voting. The announcement took place during the Social Design Elevation Days 2018. The MyFutures team was awarded the special prize.
IDE student wins Tinnitus thesis price
Unanimously, the jury of renowned ear specialists and audiologists chose the thesis of IDE alumnus Emma Heijerman as the best master's thesis on tinnitus (ringing in the ears) or hyperacusis (hypersensitivity to noise). Emma developed, among other things, the Tinnitus Toolkit. The announcement took place on Monday 5 February during the Week of the tinnitus.
IDE student wins COPIC AWARD 2017
“Outstanding realism achieved”, was the comment of the jury about Nigel Müller’s submission for the COPIC AWARD 2017. “Expert level marker rendering. Hard to believe that this is done with markers!” The jury awarded IDE student Nigel with the Grand Prize in the category Design, for his submission ‘The Iconic Duo Ferrari and Fiat Dino’.
Team Love wins Renault Design Award 2017
With their design, IDE students Evita Goettsch and Ilse van Zeumeren of Team Love have won the Renault Design Award 2017. This was announced by IDE alumnus Laurens van den Acker (Senior Vice President Corporate Design at Renault) on Monday 4 December. The duo had seeking and finding love as their starting point. To get to know each other better, you can link two cars into one.
Project ‘Street Debater’ wins WIRED Creative Hack Award 2017 in Japan
On Wednesday 29 November, master student Tomo Kihara of the faculty of IDE has won the Grand-Prix and the audience award of the WIRED Creative Hack Award 2017 in Japan with his project ‘Street Debater - Designing social alternative to begging’. The project is aimed at designing alternatives to begging by spreading a new job called street debating.
IDE student wins VEDIS Retail Thesis award
IDE student Myrthe Montijn is the winner of the VEDIS Retail Thesis award 2017. She received the appreciation for her thesis 'Data-driven design for emotional engagement, designing a digital interaction for Nike Store'.
Eight VIDI grants for TU Delft
NWO has awarded 8 experienced researchers from TU Delft with a VIDI grant worth 800,000 euros. The grant enables them to develop their own innovative line of research and set up their own research group.