Engineering Systems and Services
The department of Engineering Systems and Services (ESS) operates on the interface where complex systems meet engineering. Energy, mobility and ICT systems and services are continuously converging. The Department therefore contributes to Comprehensive Engineering from a systems integration perspective.
ESS analyses, models and shapes these complex systems, using cutting-edge tools such as Agent Based Simulation and Modelling, ICT-architecting, Choice Behaviour Modelling and Cost Benefit Analysis. Human behaviour, economics, law and regulation and the fact that systems recurrently impact behaviour are all taken into account.
ESS truly integrates the social sciences into systems engineering. We design system architectures and market mechanisms that enable the transition to renewable energy, sustainable mobility and ubiquitous computing.
Marijn Janssen one of 100 most influential people in digital government 2019
TPM researcher Marijn Janssen is listed in the top 100 of the world's 100 most influential people in digital government by Apolitical. The...
TPM receives funding to create a business model for a digital single marketplace
TPM researchers Mark de Reuver and Anneke Zuiderwijk will be involved in the making of a standardised model to share data securely in a...
Best paper award for Boriana Rukanova and Yao-Hua Tan for the most innovative research contribution
TPM researchers dr. Boriana Rukanova and prof. Yao-Hua Tan won the Best Paper Award at the EGOV-CeDEM-ePart 2019 conference in Italy on 2-4...