BEHAVE: Moral choice models for humans and AIMedio 2017 - December 2022
BEHAVE is a research program that aims to develop and empirically test new models of moral decision making.
Hoe de douane efficiënter inspecteert in de logistieke ketenDe douane op Schiphol en in de haven van Rotterdam krijgt het de komende jaren flink druk. De enorme groei van e-commerce en de aankomende Brexit zorgen ervoor dat het aantal douane aangiften dat via deze grote logistieke hubs Europa in komt, stijgt van 160 miljoen naar 500 miljoen binnen nu en vijf jaar. Deze enorme toename vraagt om slimme manieren van werken om efficiënte risicoanalyse te waarborgen en kosten te besparen bij verwerking van de douane import aangifte. “Digitalisering en samenwerking tussen douane organisaties en de vervoersketen is hierbij van groot belang”, aldus Yao-Hua Tan, hoogleraar Informatie en Communicatie Technologie.
Indonesia Regional Energy Transition TU Delft1 October 2020 – 1 October 2023
This research project aims to develop a strategic green energy implementation plan (i.e. wood biomass and small-hydro) for Bali and Kalimantan which ensures regional economic growth for both regions and minimizes carbon emissions and that will be endorsed by a broad group of stakeholders
PARSEC - Parcel and Letter Security for Postal and Express Courier FlowsOctober 2022- October 2025
PARSEC develops solutions that use non-intrusive detection technologies to fight the abuse of postal and courier flows for criminal and terrorist purposes.
CIRPASS projectOctober 2022 - March 2024
CIRPASS is a collaborative initiative to prepare the ground for the gradual piloting and deployment of a standards-based Digital Product Passport (DPP). The DPP needs to be aligned with the requirements of the EU Proposal for Ecodesign for Sustainable Product Regulations (ESPR). The focus of the project is on the electronics, batteries, and textile sectors.
Real-time patient logistics during pandemics and natural disastersFebruary 2023 - December 2027
Patient flow logistics increasingly is a concern for health care systems worldwide. . The Covid19 pandemic has highlighted the problems of overloaded health care systems, with regular threats of a ‘code black’, clinics diverting patients or ambulances, and overloaded GPs with important implications for patient safety but also hospital finances.
Anticancer: Game Theory Empowered by Data Science and Control Theory to Improve Treatment of Metastatic CancerJanuary 2023 – December 2027
This research investigates novel game theoretic models and combines these with data science and control theory to improve standard of care in cancer treatment. With these models a physician will be able to anticipate the cancer cells’ response to the treatment and subsequently steer the eco-evolutionary dynamics of the cancer cells towards better patient outcomes.
DATAPIPE projectSeptember 2022 - September 2024
The DATAPIPE project aims to help the Customs Administration of the Netherlands and the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management of the Netherlands to be better equipped to meet their responsibilities in the context of the circular economy. The project will deliver a diagnostic problem analysis report, blueprint for piloting, and recommendations.