Fighting cybercrime by thinking like an attacker
Best Professor Award 2017 for Paulien Herder
Prof. Paulien Herder will be awarded this year’s Best Professor Award of the Delft University Fund. The Best Professor Award is assigned yearly to a professor of TU Delft who excels in research and education, and inspires students as well as PhD candidates.
From creative chaos to interstellar spaceship
“In light of our insatiable appetite for exploration, it is inevitable that the human species will ultimately travel outside of the known solar system. It is the next step in human evolution.” These are the words of Angelo Vermeulen, doctoral candidate in the Systems Engineering section of the Faculty of TPM, and founder of the TU Delft Starship Team (DSTART). This is something of an unofficial dream team consisting of students and researchers collaborating on an evolving starship concept. Together with his team, Vermeulen creates computer simulations and algorithms, delving deeper into his doctoral research into adaptive systems for future space travel.
TPM in the media
Aimee van Wynsberg in various media: Sex robots promise 'revolutionary' service but also risks, says study
Jeroen van den Hoven in de Volkskrant over Facebook Live
Een nieuw incident legt Facebook andermaal onder het vergrootglas. Facebook belooft beterschap en strengere controle na de uitgezonden moord op zijn netwerk. Maar zijn die maatregelen afdoende? Nee, zeggen Nederlandse experts.
Peter Ho op AD.nl over Zaken doen met Chinezen
Een economische samenwerking tussen Capelle en de Chinese stad Jiashan. Wat moeten bedrijven weten voordat ze in zee gaan met China?