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Innovation - Event - 14.06.2024
Shaping the future during the TU/e Research Day 2024
Shaping the future during the TU/e Research Day 2024

Campus - Pedagogy - 13.06.2024
UT Teacher of the Year 2024: Erik Horstman

Innovation - 13.06.2024
First 3D printed multi-story houses ready by 2025
First 3D printed multi-story houses ready by 2025

Environment - Campus - 12.06.2024
Leentje Volker appointed to council for the environment and infrastructure

Materials Science - Innovation - 12.06.2024
TU/e appoints ASML pioneer and building materials authority as honorary doctorates
TU/e appoints ASML pioneer and building materials authority as honorary doctorates

Administration - 12.06.2024
Semiha Denktas appointed as UNIC's new Alliance Coordinator
Semiha Denktas appointed as UNIC’s new Alliance Coordinator

Pedagogy - 12.06.2024
Clustering of international students is a bigger problem than increase in numbers

Campus - Environment - 11.06.2024
Most companies fail to define ambitious reduction targets
Most companies fail to define ambitious reduction targets
A study from the University of Twente has revealed insights into the corporate world's approach to achieving net-zero emissions.

Innovation - Mechanical Engineering - 11.06.2024
Martin van den Brink's secret is collaboration
Martin van den Brink’s secret is collaboration
'Staying in control, combining all the parts and finally creating a working machine - that's the ultimate teamwork' Former ASML president Martin van den Brink will receive an honorary doctorate from the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the TU/e Research Day 2024, on June 13.

Event - Environment - 10.06.2024
Bridging the gap between science and industry for concrete impact in the construction world

Health - 10.06.2024
The mystery of the sticky tape loop
The mystery of the sticky tape loop
Twan Wilting defended his PhD thesis at the Department of Applied Physics and Science Education on June 4th.

Innovation - Transport - 07.06.2024
Why TU Delft collaborates with the defence industry
For many years, TU Delft has been working with other universities, companies and governments to contribute to concrete innovative solutions to societal problems.

Economics - Health - 07.06.2024
Resilience Engineering in production: build in some slack
Resilience Engineering in production: build in some slack

Astronomy / Space - 07.06.2024
Weird neutron star is part of an unusual star system
A pulsar whose behaviour could not easily be explained turns out to be part of an unusual dual system.

Campus - Career - 06.06.2024
'Social safety doesn't mean that mistakes can't be made - it's about learning from them'
’Social safety doesn’t mean that mistakes can’t be made - it’s about learning from them’

Environment - Campus - 06.06.2024
'Sustainability must become a no-brainer within the university'
’Sustainability must become a no-brainer within the university’

Social Sciences - 05.06.2024
VU Amsterdam expands assessment framework for international collaborations   

Campus - Career - 05.06.2024
Boudewijn Haverkort new dean faculty EEMCS

Computer Science - Environment - 05.06.2024
'I now know that I can do it on my own, but I no longer want to'
’I now know that I can do it on my own, but I no longer want to’

Research Management - Environment - 05.06.2024
Five TU Delft researchers receive Marie Curie grant

Astronomy / Space - Mathematics - 04.06.2024
Gravitational waves and the geometry of spacetime
Gravitational waves and the geometry of spacetime
Sjors Heefer explored unique solutions to an extension of general relativity as part of his cum laude PhD research.

Psychology - Health - 04.06.2024
Arjan Videler appointed to endowed chair ’Psychotherapy for Elderly’

Criminology / Forensics - Innovation - 04.06.2024
Police have become further removed from people

Research Management - 04.06.2024
TU Delft maintains top 50 position in QS World University Ranking

Health - Environment - 04.06.2024
Research at nano levels with potentially big impact globally
Research at nano levels with potentially big impact globally

Campus - 03.06.2024
UT-studentteam HyDriven presentslatest hydrogen racecar

Health - 03.06.2024
’The big question, of course, is whether chat bots are able to communicate like professional healthcare providers.’

Pedagogy - 03.06.2024
Occupation of TU Delft building ends with eviction

Campus - 03.06.2024
UT student team HyDriven presents latest hydrogen racecar

Innovation - 01.06.2024
ENHANCE Diversity Office officially inaugurated + Roadmap published
ENHANCE Diversity Office officially inaugurated + Roadmap published

Pedagogy - 01.06.2024
Steering Committee Meeting, and Newly Elected Chair
Steering Committee Meeting, and Newly Elected Chair

Economics - Career - 31.05.2024
New professor aims to make the world of work more inclusive: ’We need everyone to participate’

Materials Science - Life Sciences - 31.05.2024
Modeling smart polymer materials
Modeling smart polymer materials
Guido Kusters created mathematical models to aid in the development of smart polymers, and he defended his PhD thesis cum laude at the Department of Applied Physics and Science Education on May 29th.

Media - 31.05.2024
Reactions of the EB and the SB to the irregularities committee report
The irregularities committee investigated a report of censorship at Cursor. See below the reactions of the EB and the SB to the committee report.

Chemistry - Environment - 30.05.2024
Chemical engineer helps to 'greenify' the chemical industry
Chemical engineer helps to ’greenify’ the chemical industry
TU/e-researcher Serena Agnolin researched effective ways to make often-used chemical reactors more efficient as a PhD, driven by her passion for making her own industry more sustainable.

Environment - 30.05.2024
Flowery dikes are at least as strong and better for biodiversity

Chemistry - Environment - 30.05.2024
Chemical engineer helps green the chemical industry
Chemical engineer helps green the chemical industry
Alternatives for the current energy-intensive separation processes in the chemical industry could significantly decrease both the sector's CO2 footprint and its energy consumption.

Campus - 30.05.2024
Inaugural lecture Jörg Raab: How (not) to use organizational networks

Environment - 29.05.2024
Sustainable hydropower development in the Upper Indus
Sustainable hydropower development in the Upper Indus
The upper Indus basin, home to the Himalaya, Hindukush and Karakoram mountain ranges, feeds major rivers that flow through India, Pakistan, Afghanistan and China.

Career - Campus - 29.05.2024
University of Twente Co-Leader of the National Network for Citizen Science

Innovation - Economics - 29.05.2024
'I'm a great supporter of open and collaborative innovation'
’I’m a great supporter of open and collaborative innovation’
Fellow Ton Peijnenburg brings together the worlds of VDL ETG and TU/e. Collaboration with industry is in TU/e's blood.

Innovation - 29.05.2024
Visualizing complex information: a picture paints a thousand words

Health - 28.05.2024
Pursuing a smart device to watch hormonal balance after a brain tumor
Pursuing a smart device to watch hormonal balance after a brain tumor
In collaboration with Princess Máxima Centre and the company Corsano, and with funding from the KWF Dutch Cancer Society, TU/e researchers are seeking a smart device solution to help children and adol

Politics - 28.05.2024
New roles of state and citizens essential for marginalized neighborhoods
The interaction between the state and citizens of marginalized neighborhoods does not only take place in cooperation or conflict but also in the spaces 'inbetween'.

Campus - Career - 28.05.2024
University of Twente excels in student satisfaction in National Student Survey

Environment - Campus - 28.05.2024
Climate Centre financiert negen nieuwe projecten met impact op klimaatverandering
In de tweede editie van haar jaarlijkse seed funding call heeft het Climate Centre van de Universiteit Twente negen klimaatgerelateerde projecten in totaal  ¤126.000 financiering toegekend.

Campus - 28.05.2024
Enschede named ’Best Student Room City in the Netherlands 2023’

Innovation - Physics - 27.05.2024
Pioneering 'hybrid chips' to make the most advanced square centimeter even more efficient
Pioneering ’hybrid chips’ to make the most advanced square centimeter even more efficient
TU/e is the ideal place to bring electronics and photonics together and accelerate the digitization of our modern lives.

Physics - Innovation - 27.05.2024
NWO Summit Grant to investigate fundamental quantum limits
NWO Summit Grant to investigate fundamental quantum limits

Physics - Computer Science - 27.05.2024
EIC Pathfinder Grant to build prototypical quantum computer
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