News & In the media
24 July 2019
Conference Grand Challenge Accepted
On Thursday 22 August 2019, Delft University of Technology's second Grand Challenge Accepted Conference will take place on the TU Delft Campus in The Hague. Students from the Master's degree programme in Engineering and Policy Analysis will present their graduation research at the conference.
26 June 2019
Angelo Vermeulen gives lecture at Universiteit van Nederland
On Friday 28 June, TPM researcher Angelo Vermeulen will give a lecture at the Universiteit van Nederland about surviving on the moon. He will explain how to create a viable ecosystem in space that can sustain itself. And you will hear how you can mentally prepare yourself for a life in space.
20 June 2019
Marinus van Haaften receives NWO Doctoral Grant for Teachers
Marinus van Haaften has received a Doctoral Grant for Teachers. He is one of twenty-six laureates. The grants provide teachers with an opportunity to further develop their capabilities and strengthen ties between universities and schools. Van Haaften is researcher at TPM and works for Inholland University of Applied Sciences. His research focuses on Forecasting production and modelling the market supply of greenhouse vegetables.
12 June 2019
National research project for a secure Internet of Things
Devices that are connected to the internet, such as self-driving cars and intelligent thermostats, pose an increasing threat to our privacy and security. Protecting against this requires a fundamental approach that is urgently needed.
23 May 2019
EPA students visit Shell Pernis
On May 22 a group of 30 students and 3 staff members of Engineering and Policy Analysis have paid a visit to the biggest refinery of Europe, Shell Pernis. Objective was to understand how Shell manages it’s technical risks (Health, Safety and Environmental risks) as well as some of the solutions Shell is working on to reduce CO2 emissions. A visit to the plant itself was part of the visit.