PhD Candidate Xuezhou Wang will obtain his doctorate on Monday 19th June with his thesis Modeling and Design of Brushless Doubly-Fed Induction Machines on the disadvantages and solutions in our current machines for wind turbine applications.
“There is a need for a revolution, rather than an evolution, in Computer Engineering” Said Hamdioui of TU Delft’s Computer Engineering section was recently appointed full professor of Dependable and Emerging Computer Technologies.
“Education is a common ground for all our departments. It’s a connecting factor at our faculty. We need to facilitate the ambition and passion of our lecturers. They are the ones that educate the future generations of engineers”. Geert-Jan Houben (Web Information Systems / Scientific Director Delft Data Science) has been appointed as EEMCS’ new Director of Education.
Julian Urbano Merino
“Evaluation is my passion. I seek to develop meaningful, trustworthy and inexpensive methods to evaluate Information Retrieval systems.” Spanish native Julian Urbano Merino is a new tenure tracker in the Multimedia Computing Group.
“I don’t know what’s next but I would like to implement my modelling ideas in more exotic domains, beyond software evolution. I think applying our approach to track the evolution of laws for instance could yield some interesting results."
“Our blockchain application offers transparency in invoice finance”. Hidde Lycklama and Joris Oudejans, two BSc Honour Programme CS students, published their work on solving the Double-Factoring problem using blockchain technology under the supervision of Zeki Erkin (Cyber Security Group) at ACM Workshop on Blockchain, Cryptocurrencies and Contracts (BCC’17) in conjunction with ACM Asia CCS in Abu Dhabi, UAE.