31 August 2022
Farewell Caspar Chorus
After 25 years Caspar Chorus said goodbye to the faculty of Technology, Policy and Management. He did so while giving a goodbye lecture in room A on the 25th of August.
29 July 2022
Are we ready for the upcoming technological storm?
Are we, as a society, ready for developments in Artificial Intelligence (AI), 5G and The Internet of Things, creating a ‘perfect technological storm’? Researchers of the Delft University of Technology study this matter.
01 July 2022
Kateřina Staňková receives Vidi grant
The Dutch Research Council (NWO) has awarded a Vidi grant worth up to 800,000 euros to Kateřina Staňková, a scientist of the Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management. The grant provides her with the opportunity to further elaborate her own research idea and expand her research team. Kateřina explains what her Vidi research entails.
13 June 2022
TU Delft researchers develop model for green, energy independent Europe
Researchers from ETH Zurich and TU Delft have developed a model to generate hundreds of ways in which Europe’s energy system can become green and self-sufficient by 2050.
20 May 2022
Best teachers of the year 2021-2022
Donderdag 19 mei heeft Neelke Doorn, director of education, in samenwerking met studievereniging Curius de “Teacher of the Year Award" van faculteit Techniek, Bestuur en Management overhandigd aan de winnaar Tom Vroegrijk. Ook Roel Dobbe (I&C), Jan Anne Annema (T&L), Rob Stikkelman (E&I), Haiko van der Voort (MSc EPA), Roland Ortt (MSc MOT), Caspar Chorus (MSc CoSEM) vielen in de prijzen.
19 May 2022
Echo, the sustainable education building, is almost ready
Vanaf 30 mei wordt het duurzame, interfacultair onderwijsgebouw Echo in gebruik genomen door docenten en studenten. Vanaf het nieuwe collegejaar zullen alle zalen ingeroosterd worden en is de horeca volledig in bedrijf.
16 May 2022
TU Delft has launched the Digital Ethics Centre for fair and safe AI
Our society is digitising itself more and more. That offers opportunities, such as more efficient working, but it also raises many ethical questions – the sort of questions now being addressed by TU Delft’s new Digital Ethics Centre. Together with government agencies and companies, the centre’s researchers are looking at the ethical side of AI and digitalisation, such as fairness, safety and transparency, and seeking to develop the best solutions and applications.
12 May 2022
Rico Herzog receives thesis award from the Society for Public Administration
On Tuesday 10 May 2022 the H.A. Brasz thesis prize of the Society for Public Administration (Vereniging voor Bestuurskunde) was awarded to Rico Herzog for his thesis "Cities for Citizens: Identification of Public Values and their Conflics in Urban Space".
11 May 2022
Caspar Chorus appointed Dean of Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering (IDE)
Caspar Chorus appointed Dean of Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering (IDE).
02 May 2022
Millions in funding allocated to research into ‘the algorithmic society’
In the framework of the Gravitation programme, the cabinet is awarding 21.3 million euros to the research project ‘The algorithmic society’, led by UvA University Professors Natali Helberger and Claes de Vreese. Seda Gürses is one of the Co-PIs on the project. One of the focus points will be on the implications of the growing use of automated decision making and Artificial Intelligence (AI).