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03 July 2019

Digicampus accelerates innovation in digital government services

All parties involved in digital innovations within the public sector will from now on work together within one platform: Digicampus. The new partnership for the development of innovative government services was officially launched on Wednesday by state secretary Knops (interior affairs) during the iBestuurscongres.

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.

21 June 2019

Filippo Santoni de Sio member of EU expert group on ethics in automated driving

Filippo Santoni de Sio is a member and rapporteur of a newly established EU commission expert advisory group on ethical issues raised by automated driving.

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.

13 June 2019

TU Delft participates in international project on smart and sustainable cities

TU Delft works with 11 institutions from all over the world to understand, plan, design, implement and manage the ongoing transformations towards smart sustainable cities.

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.

12 June 2019

Jop Groeneweg receives Society of Petroleum Engineers award

Last week Jop Groeneweg has received the yearly SPE North Sea Regional Health, Safety, Security, Environment, and Social Responsibility Award.

24 May 2019

Vidi awarded to professor Neelke Doorn

The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) has awarded a Vidi grant to professor Neelke Doorn. The NWO grant offers them the possibility of developing their own line of research and building their own research group.

15 May 2019

New software for the design of robust stated choice experiments

TU Delft researcher Sander van Cranenburgh, in collaboration with researchers from the University of Sydney, has developed an upgrade for leading software package Ngene. Ngene is used by researchers and professionals to design stated choice experiments. Such experiments are used to gain insight into how people weigh up various aspects when making a choice, for example travel time and travel costs. This software upgrade makes it possible to design statistically accurate choice experiments for so-called regret models, a choice behaviour model developed at Delft.

10 May 2019

Aimee van Wynsberghe one of ‘InspiringFifty’ women in tech

As of this week Aimee van Wynsberghe belongs to the InspiringFifty women in tech. She has been selected as an important role model for inspiring more girls and women in a successful career in technology. Aimee is co-director of the Foundation for Responsible Robotics, co-founder of ALLAI Netherlands and a robot ethicist at the faculty of TPM.

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