13 July 2023
More knowledge about Parkinson’s disease is so important
13 June 2023
Delft University Fund awards € 50,000 to ambitious student projects
30 May 2023
Delft AI Lab PhDs strengthening AI collaboration connections abroad
At the end of 2022, the first call for the new North America Travel Grant for AI PhD candidates was opened. The Delft University Fund has made this new travel grant possible thanks to a donation from alumnus Felix Herrmann. Now, the first three grants have been awarded to Mubariz Zaffar (3DUU Lab), Mirko Baglioni (AI*MAN Lab), and Yiru Jiao (CityAI Lab).
11 May 2023
Two winners receive Marina van Damme Grant 2023
On Thursday 11 May, Delft University Fund organised the 2023 Marina van Damme Grant Award Ceremony. Three female Delft alumni stood the chance to win the coveted grant of €9,000. After three impressive pitches and a short jury meeting, Prof. Marina van Geenhuizen, chair of the jury, announced that it was a "roaring" 20th edition with a surprising result: both Mei Ling Tan and Oleksandra Ivashchenko were declared winners of the Marina van Damme Grant 2023.
20 April 2023
Excellence Fund awarded to Healthcare Systems Professor John Clarkson
Delft University Fund has awarded an Excellence Fund to Professor John P.J. Clarkson to kick-start his research in Delft. Professor Clarkson, a full professor at the University of Cambridge, was appointed as a professor of Healthcare Systems at TU Delft’s Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering during the pandemic.
30 March 2023
In memoriam Rudy van der Meer
28 March 2023
Good Friends session with Prof. Gijsje Koenderink
27 March 2023
Delft University Fund launches new campaign: Tech for Impact
How can we make physical jobs more attractive? Can we speed up research on dementia? Can we make our campus an example of sustainability? And will ambitious students succeed in making seaweed aquaculture more sustainable? These four questions are at the heart of the new campaign of Delft University Fund: Tech for Impact 2023.
14 December 2022
Tech for Energy | Thank you!
22 November 2022
Saskia van Heumen: TU Delft Best Graduate 2022
Today, at the TU Delft Best Graduate Award Ceremony 2022, eight recently graduated engineers presented their research and results of their excellent master thesis. Ir. Saskia van Heumen, graduate of the Faculty of Mechanical, Maritime and Materials Engineering (3mE), received the prestigious title TU Delft Best Graduate 2022. For her graduation research, Saskia developed a method to accurately image lymphatic vessels in patients.