News & events
The AI lab at TPM strives to take students onboard when and where possible. You can have a look at this page to see a list of AI related MSc thesis projects that you could potentially choose from. Furthermore we show what kind of AI related courses both at BSc and MSc level are available to you. These courses are within the faculty, at our university, other Dutch universities and also online.
06 October 2022 16:00 till 08 December 2022 16:30
Join the Intersectional Philosophy of Technology Speaker SeriesThe Intersectional Philosophy of Technology (IPT) working group will host a 3-part speaking series to bring the language, concepts and methods of intersectional studies of technology to TPM’s AI research.
08 December 2022 15:00 till 16:30
Intersectional Feminist Philosophy of Technology Series: Abeba Birhane on relational and decolonial ethics for AIAs an extension of TPM’s Intersectional Feminist Philosophy of Technology (IFPT) reading group, we will host a 3-part speaking series to bring the language, concepts and methods of intersectional studies of technology to TPM’s AI research. We adopt the definition of “intersectional feminism” described by Catherine D'Ignazio and Lauren Klein in Data Feminism: “[…] a feminism that is intersectional, meaning it looks at issues of social power related not just to gender, but also to race, class, ability, sexuality, immigrant status, and more. It does so, moreover, by looking to collectives as well as individuals, to structural issues as well as specific instances of injustice.”
25 November 2022
Adopting a resilience lens in flood risk managementAn interdisciplinary group of experts from Deltares, TU Delft and other research institutes and universities argues in a new opinion paper that extra elements must be added to flood risk management in order to make better decisions and develop strategies which enhance resilience and equity. Their view was published on 18 November 2022 in Nature Communications Earth & Environment.
25 November 2022
TU Delft helps the EU to improve its strategic crisis managementTU Delft Resilience professor Tina Comes played a central role in advising the EU on how to improve its role in transboundary crises.
07 November 2022