Our event calender features:
- Events organised by the TU Delft Safety & Security Institute
- Relevant events organised by other units of TU Delft
- Selected events from external organisations
07 juni 2023 08:00 t/m 09 juni 2023 17:00
PhD & postdoc course ‘Safe by Design’
The integralSafe by Design approach includes safety (along with other important values such as sustainability, security and circularity) at an early stage of engineering design. This course offers an excellent overview of the extensiveness and importance of this approach. The team of lecturers together represent both the broad academic as the more practice-oriented approach in Safe by Design. Organized by TU Delft Safety and Security Institute, together with RIVM (the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment) and VU Amsterdam. Open for PhD candidates from all universities and universities of applied science in the Netherlands.
31 mei 2023 15:30 t/m 17:00
TU Delft & NFI Science Café – deepdive edition
In criminal cases, forensic experts are requested to submit assessments on the evidential value of a piece of information. Whether or not in the triage of facts a judge accepts the reasoning of an expert, depends on the expert’s demonstrable expertise and impartiality.
30 mei 2023 15:00 t/m 18:00
Think tank session about the future of Safety & Security @ TU Delft
23 mei 2023 09:00 t/m 18:00
Cybersecurity of the Internet of Things (INTERSCT. conference)
During the 2023 edition of the INTERSCT. Conference on cyber security of Internet-of-Things, there will be two series of parallel sessions related to the various work packages in the NWO NWA INTERSECT project, a series of plenary sessions related to the state-of-the-art in cyber security of Internet-of-Things, including keynote addresses by Ross Anderson and Julie Haney, as well as a networking lunch and a networking reception at the end of the event.
09 mei 2023 12:30 t/m 16:30
Workshop AI for Crisis Response and Climate Security
21 april 2023 12:00 t/m 13:00
Failure prediction models & domain adaptation
Lunch seminar with guest speaker Prof. Dr. Olga Fink. This seminar is part of a series on predictive maintenance, organized as part of a seed project on Technologies of the Future for Aircraft Safety.
13 april 2023 12:00 t/m 18:00
NWO KIC call matchmaking 'Cooperation between Humans and (semi-)Autonomous Systems'
On Thursday 13 April 2023, NWO will organise a matchmaking event on location for the KIC call 'Cooperation between Humans and (semi-)Autonomous Systems'. The aim of this Call for proposals is to stimulate interdisciplinary research that contributes to the collaboration between humans and (semi-)autonomous systems. In this field, technological and social innovation go hand in hand.
15 maart 2023 10:00 t/m 18:00
Symposium 'Safe & sustainable-by-design: the small molecules challenge' (NWO)
‘Let’s raise awareness about the importance of Safe and sustainable-by-design and connect the various disciplines in the field!’. This first symposium, organized by NWO, focuses on the design, production, persistence and fate of small molecules.
06 maart 2023 12:00 t/m 13:00
Lunch seminar 'Maintenance in Prognostics and Health Management (PHM)'
Guest speaker Kai Goebel from the System Sciences Lab at Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) will talk about maintenance in Prognostics and Health Management (PHM). This lunch meeting is the second in a series of seminars on maintenance, organized by the TU Delft Airborne Safety Lab and sponsored by the seed funding program of the TU Delft Safety & Security Institute.
22 februari 2023 12:00 t/m 13:00
Lunch seminar "Proportional Hazards Modelling: Theory and Applications"
A series of seminars about maintenance sponsored by the TU Delft Safety & Security Institute Seed Funding. The talk titled "Proportional Hazards Modelling: Theory and Applications" emphasizes the value of university and industry collaboration in the field of condition monitoring. The traditional approach of condition monitoring is compared to the more advanced method of proportional hazards modelling (PHM). Incorporating economic considerations is also discussed as a key factor in optimizing decisions for condition-based maintenance (CBM). Two specific applications of PHM for CBM optimization are presented: P & W aircraft engines and diesel engines on frigates