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11 January 2018

Research Paper Tobias Fiebig about security risks of Domain-Validated Certificates

Research Paper Tobias Fiebig about security risks of Domain-Validated Certificates

Assistant professor Tobias Fiebig from the ESS department recently published a research paper in which a new procedural way to reduce the risks of Domain-Validated Certificates is presented. The paper called ‘Cloud Strife: Mitigating the Security Risks of Domain-Validated Certificates’ was co-written with scientists from amongst others University of California.

08 January 2018

MOOC electrical cars starts 20 February

MOOC electrical cars starts 20 February

Electric mobility has become an essential part of the energy transition, and will imply significant changes for vehicle manufacturers, governments, companies and individuals worldwide. On 20 Februari a MOOC Electrical Cars: technology, business and policy will start on this subject. Margot Weijnen of the faculty of TPM is one of the instructors.

13 November 2017

Tourism and travel make Paris targets unachievable

Tourism and travel make Paris targets unachievable

In the year 2100, the world's population will be flying nine times as many kilometres as in 2015, and the average travel distance for all tourist journeys is set to double over the same period. Aviation, 90% of which is tourism, will not be able to escape a severe reduction in growth, or even no growth, if we are to meet the climate targets. This conclusion is drawn by Paul Peeters, who will be awarded his PhD for his thesis on this subject at TU Delft on Wednesday 15 November.

09 October 2017

Accidents with self-driving cars are considered more serious

Accidents with self-driving cars are considered more serious

Self-driving cars will have to be ultra safe before they can become socially acceptable. A fatal accident caused by a technical fault in a self-driving car is considered at least 4.5 times worse than a fatal accident due to human error. These are among the findings from research carried out by Bart Overakker, who graduates from the Faculty of TPM at TU Delft on Thursday 12 October.

06 April 2017

Hans Wamelink appointed as new Dean of TPM

The TU Delft Executive Board has appointed Professor Hans Wamelink as Dean of the Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management (TPM) with effect from 1 May 2017. Wamelink is currently Professor of Design and Construction Management at the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment (Arch) and Chair of the Management in the Built Environment (MBE) Department.

07 March 2017

‘Access to information after a disaster should be a human right’

When we hear ‘emergency aid’, most of us initially think of medical assistance, food and shelter. However, the large amount of information that is available nowadays is having an increasingly greater impact on the effectiveness of relief efforts. You could indeed go as far as to say that the provision of information should be a human right, as Bartel Van de Walle will argue in his inaugural address at TU Delft on Friday, 10 March 2017.

15 December 2016

TPM online courses for KIVI Chartership

The TU Delft has partnered with KIVI to offer a broad package of online courses that meet the KIVI chartered engineer qualifications. The courses target engineers who want to meet the formal education requirements required to obtain and maintain the internationally recognized Chartered Engineer qualification.

08 December 2016

‘Held game’ developed by TPM Gamelab wins European Serious Game Award

Yesterday was announced that the resuscitation game Held is one of the winners of the European Serous Games Awards. The game that has been developed by TPM Gamelab for the Dutch Heart Foundation won the first prize in the category Academic.

05 December 2016

Two million euro ERC grant for Caspar Chorus’ modelling moral decision making proposal

The European Research Council has approved the ERC Consolidator proposal of TPM professor Caspar Chorus. A great achievement, since only around 10% of the submitted proposals is selected.

28 November 2016

TPM participates in four NWO projects ‘Complexity in Transport and Logistics’.

On 21 November NWO granted seven proposals in the research programme ‘Complexity in Transport & Logistics’. TPM participates in four of them. The projects aim to encourage innovative, multidisciplinary research that will generate revolutionary ideas for logistics systems and contribute to new theories and innovation in the field of complex systems.

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