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28 October 2020

Cybercriminals don’t simply buy their technology off the shelf

The fear that cybercriminals can easily purchase the technical capabilities they need on underground marketplaces is unfounded

15 October 2020

TPM alumnus Paul Komboi receives prestigious Order of the British Empire award

Paul Komboi, a former Engineering and Policy Analysis master’s student, was awarded the (O.B.E) Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire 2020 Queen's Birthday Honours List for services to the telecommunication and overall digitalization of the Papua New Guinea economy.

13 October 2020

Police, TNO and TU Delft join forces on national security innovation

The Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO), the Dutch police force and TU Delft, headed by the TU Safety & Security Institute, are to begin collaboration on innovation in the field of national security. The three organisations are well acquainted, and already collaborate on a number of Safety & Security matters, such as detection, monitoring and cyber security.

06 October 2020

TU Delft signs Safety Delta Netherlands covenant for a safe (petro) chemical industry

On 5 October, the (petro) chemical industry, science and the government will sign a covenant to work together on the safest (petro) chemical industry in the world.

30 September 2020

H2020 project: new market design for 100% renewable energy systems

The move towards a near 100% renewable European power system requires an innovative electricity market design. The EU-funded TradeRES project will test a new market design in a simulation environment.

17 September 2020

TPM student Noa Ommering recites 4TU Techrede on 1 October 2020

17 September 2020

Covid-19 choice experiment research by TPM scientists published in PLOS ONE open access scientific journal

What is the best government response to the growing number of COVID-19 infections? This depends crucially on the weight society assigns to avoiding fatalities and long term health effects, but also on the weight attached to economic and other effects of restrictive measures.

11 September 2020

Tina Comes new scientific director at the 4TU Centre for Resilience Engineering

08 September 2020

EU Commission launches initiative for secure and trustworthy European Data market

The EU Horizon 2020 project TRUSTS is established to identify and overcome challenges of cross-border data markets by creating a secure and trustworthy European Data Market. Mark de Reuver and Anneke Zuiderwijk are involved in this project.

03 September 2020

Energy project with TU Delft citizen participation approach nominated for Galjaard prize

The project "The energy transition as joint decision of the municipality and the mienskip of the municipality of Súdwest-Fryslân has been nominated for the Galjaard prize. TU Delft researchers Shannon Spruit and Niek Mouter contributed to this innovative citizen participation process.

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