01 April 2021
TU Delft and NFI join forces to innovate forensic researchHow does a person fall after jumping or being pushed? How can you effectively investigate a crime scene? These are just some examples of the joint research currently being conducted by TU Delft and the Netherlands Forensic Institute (NFI).
14 December 2020
'Safety is part of almost all technology development'With TU Delft Safety & Security Institute, he wants to make the Netherlands and the whole world safer. Why is safety so important for technology philosopher Behnam Taebi? (article is in Dutch)
14 December 2020
Femke Vossepoel, member of TU Delft Safety & Security Institute’s Executive Board, and Associate Professor in Geoscience and Engineering (CEG), explains how data assimilation tools can be used to improve COVID-19 forecasting models.In the podcast, she talks about various aspects of her life as a data scientist.
13 October 2020
Police, TNO and TU Delft join forces on national security innovationThe 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.
24 September 2020
TU Delft Safety & Security Institute Seed Funding – Deadline October 30, 2020The TU Delft Safety & Security Institute aims to strengthen the position and increase the impact of Safety & Security research and education by providing seed funding for relevant transdisciplinary collaborative activities at TU Delft.
08 September 2020
New land subsidence map reveals the Netherlands’ (in)stabilityLopsided houses, subsiding streets, shifting dykes and nature reserves stricken by drought.
In the years ahead, there will need to be some serious investment in maintenance by citizens, businesses and government.
16 June 2020