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28 June 2022

Conference: When Social meets Technical: The Energy Transition for our Futur

Conference: When Social meets Technical: The Energy Transition for our Futur

This year’s annual conference was successfully organized by the faculty of Industrial Design and Engineering. This year's edition focused on the role research and industry can take in bridging the societal and technical aspects of the energy transition.

23 June 2022

Opening Mondai: House of AI

Opening Mondai: House of AI

A new ‘House of AI’ officially opened its doors at TU Delft on Thursday. Mondai is where AI science, education and innovation will come together – an important place for lectures, workshops, hackathons and other events.

13 June 2022

TU Delft researchers develop model for green, energy independent Europe

TU Delft researchers develop model for green, energy independent Europe

Researchers from ETH Zurich and TU Delft have developed a model to generate hundreds of ways in which Europe’s energy system can become green and self-sufficient by 2050.

08 June 2022

TU Delft's Control Room of the Future starts collaboration with Technolution and Phase to Phase

TU Delft's Control Room of the Future starts collaboration with Technolution and Phase to Phase

The brand new research facility, where the digitalized electricity grid of the future will be shaped and formed, starts a new collaboration. Technolution, a technical consultancy firm from Gouda, the Netherlands, and their subsidiary Phase to Phase, invests € 525.000, in both hardware and software to the Control Room in the Future technology centre. Together, researchers and engineers will work on developing a new power grid that is more intelligent, resilient and cyber secure.

08 June 2022

Penguin Lab’s super computer is officially opened

Penguin Lab’s super computer is officially opened

Take a look at the history of the ‘supercomputer’, you will see that it not just means a ‘very fast computer’, but in fact mostly refers to computers in which multiple state-of-the-art processors run parallel, thus bundling their calculative power. The brand new Penguin Lab at EEMCS offers such a supercomputer – but with a twist: a classroom setting.

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