02 April 2020
FIOD and TU Delft join forces in investigating digital and financial crime
TU Delft researchers and students are helping the FIOD (Fiscal Information and Investigation Service) in its efforts to combat digital and financial crime. After a successful pilot, a longer-term research programme is now set to start.
05 March 2020
TPM part of consortium that researches the impact of the Corona-outbreak on society
In the newly acquired EU H2020 project HERoS (Health Emergency Response in interconnected Systems), researchers of the faculty of TPM, as part of a larger consortium, will integrate behavioural and informational dynamics in epidemiological and supply-chain models.
03 March 2020
TPM brings gaming to the Holland Festival
Annebeth Erdbrink, Rens Kortmann and Alexander Verbraeck contribute on behalf of TU Delft to the Luistermutant 2020 performance of Micha Hamel and Arlon Luijten with the GAMPSISS research project. The performance can be seen on June 21 at the Holland Festival in Amsterdam.
TPM in the media
02 April 2020
Hans de Bruijn in Trouw about 'Framing’ (column)
Hans de Bruijn has a weekly column about 'framing' in Trouw. Read the latest column.
26 February 2020
Servaas Storm in New York Times on corona
The lockdown of Italy's industrial heart because of the corona virus has heightened fears of disruption in the global supply chain. Italy's economy has not grown in two decades. As one of 19 countries that share the euro currency, Italy must abide by strict rules on public spending, further limiting growth and making its companies especially dependent on trade. “Because of the austerity that is ingrained into Italian economic policy, the domestic market is not growing,” said Servaas Storm, an economist at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. “So firms that want to grow have to do it through exports.”
15 November 2019
Behnam Taebi in Technisch Weekblad over Geo-engineering
Deze zomer meldde het IPCC dat de gemiddelde temperatuur wereldwijd sinds 1850 met 1,1°C is toegenomen, maar dat de toename boven land ruim een halve graad hoger ligt. Hoe somberder de voorspellingen over de gevolgen van klimaatverandering worden, hoe serieuzer wetenschappers nadenken over geo-engineering, ofwel het kunstmatig op grote schaal afkoelen van de wereld door bijvoorbeeld deeltjes in de stratosfeer te brengen.