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Computer Science - Materials Science - 08.07.2024
Can quantum computers solve an old riddle in composites design?
Can quantum computers solve an old riddle in composites design?
A team of researchers at TU Delft are the first in the world to apply quantum computing to solve an old riddle in the design of fibre-reinforced composite materials: how to determine the optimal sequence of angles at which the material's layers are composed and stacked. This layering determines the mechanical properties of the material, essential for the application of composites for lightweight aircraft, wind turbine blades, cars or even batteries, etc.

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’

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

Computer Science - Music - 22.04.2024
'Music is not an extra, it's a basic necessity'
’Music is not an extra, it’s a basic necessity’

Computer Science - Transport - 22.04.2024
Teaching robots to see better
Teaching robots to see better
In his doctoral research, Daan de Geus worked on advanced image processing methods that allow robots and cars to better recognize what they see around them.

Computer Science - 05.04.2024
Challenges in Cyber security receives Gravitation programme funding

Computer Science - Transport - 28.03.2024
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines joins AI & Mobility Lab
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines joins AI & Mobility Lab

Computer Science - 25.03.2024
NWO Gravitation: nearly ten million euros for 'Challenges in Cyber Security'
NWO Gravitation: nearly ten million euros for ’Challenges in Cyber Security’

Health - Computer Science - 05.03.2024
Ammodo Science Award for AI researchers at Radboud university medical center
Researchers Jeroen van der Laak, Geert Litjens, and Francesco Ciompi from Radboud university medical center receive the Ammodo Science Award 2024.

Computer Science - 27.02.2024
Casey Deccio (Brigham Young University) gives a Cybersecurity talk

Physics - Computer Science - 05.02.2024
Propelling Quantum Computing with Photonic-Chip Building Blocks

Astronomy / Space - Computer Science - 25.01.2024
Gravitational wave detector LISA officially adopted by ESA as mission
The Laser Interferometer Space Antenna (LISA) opens up a new part of the gravitational wave spectrum as the first space-based detector.

Computer Science - 24.01.2024
Better resistance to phishing temptation
Better resistance to phishing temptation
Pavlo Burda defended his PhD thesis at the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science on January 24th.

Computer Science - 19.01.2024
’We are witnessing the development of a new scientific discipline: Process Science’
On Friday, 19 January, Hajo Reijers held his inaugural lecture in the Academiegebouw of Utrecht University.

Innovation - Computer Science - 15.01.2024
New TU Delft student team Emergence combines art and technology
New TU Delft student team Emergence combines art and technology
Emergence Delft is a new TU Delft student team that aims to use interactive art installations to provide more interpretation and explanation of the impact of new, modern, emerging technology.

Computer Science - Pedagogy - 12.01.2024
Better teaching materials for programming language SQL
Better teaching materials for programming language SQL

Physics - Computer Science - 10.01.2024
NWO supports TU/e research on energy-efficient AI processors and improving computational fluid dynamics
NWO supports TU/e research on energy-efficient AI processors and improving computational fluid dynamics

Computer Science - Health - 09.01.2024
Grant for research into neuromorphic computing

Economics - Computer Science - 15.12.2023
Resilience Reflection #19: Cybersecurity is not just complying with regulations!

Economics - Computer Science - 14.12.2023
Master's student manages to make ASML spare parts supply chain 5 percent more efficient
Master’s student manages to make ASML spare parts supply chain 5 percent more efficient
How AI improves service network for Dutch chip machines. For his thesis, Operations Management & Logistics and Data Science in Engineering master's student Joost van der Haar did an internship at chip machine manufacturer ASML in Veldhoven.

Economics - Computer Science - 12.12.2023
Outpacing fraudsters with AI
Outpacing fraudsters with AI
Online payments have been growing steadily for years. As a result, the risk of fraud is increasing, but proving it is challenging.

Computer Science - Career - 11.12.2023
Daniel Dadush appointed Professor of Geometry of Optimisation
Daniel Dadush appointed Professor of Geometry of Optimisation
Utrecht University welcomes Daniel Dadush as the newly appointed Professor of Geometry of Optimisation.

Computer Science - 07.12.2023
Call for Papers - Multidisciplinary PhD Conference on Digital Labour Platforms
Call for Papers - Multidisciplinary PhD Conference on Digital Labour Platforms

Computer Science - 28.11.2023
Theophilus Benson (Carnegie Mellon University) gives a CS Distinguished talk

Career - Computer Science - 28.11.2023
Marieke Huisman wins 2023 Athena Award

Physics - Computer Science - 23.11.2023
ERC Consolidator Grant of 2 million euros for three TU/e researchers
ERC Consolidator Grant of 2 million euros for three TU/e researchers

Computer Science - Innovation - 02.11.2023
Computer scientist Tim Baarslag appointed fellow of the Netherlands Academy of Engineering

Computer Science - Campus - 26.10.2023
Resilience reflection #12: Risking Internet resilience
Recognising the urgent need to respond to rapid societal and environmental change, resilience is one of the University of Twente's spearheads.

Computer Science - 24.10.2023
Top 5 Cybersecurity-Related Films for Cybersecurity Month

Computer Science - 17.10.2023
Top 5 Cybersecurity-Related Podcasts for Cybersecurity Month

Computer Science - 09.10.2023
TU Delft Cybersecurity Group Hosted ESORICS 2023

Computer Science - 09.10.2023
Gene Tsudik (University of California, Irvine) gives a CS Distinguished talk
TU Delft Cybersecurity group was pleased to host Professor Gene Tsudik from University of California, Irvine as a TU Delft Computer Science Distinguished Speaker on September 29 at ECHO-ARENA.

Event - Computer Science - 09.10.2023
ACCSS and CSng present the 9th Annual Cyber Security Next Generation Workshop

Mathematics - Computer Science - 30.09.2023
Best paper award for joint Math-CS work on automatically proving identities

Computer Science - 14.09.2023
Henry Prakken appointed as Professor of AI & Law
Henry Prakken appointed as Professor of AI & Law

Computer Science - Campus - 13.09.2023
Cristian Hesselman appointed to Cyber Security Council

Physics - Computer Science - 21.08.2023
5 million in quest for ’missing link’ in quantum communication
Delft University of Technology and its Kavli Institute of Nanoscience received a five-million-dollar grant from The Kavli Foundation to fund a collaborative effort to develop the quantum equivalent of telecommunication.

Computer Science - Event - 10.08.2023
Giancarlo Guizzardi to receive ER 2023 Fellows Award

Innovation - Computer Science - 10.08.2023
TU Delft introduces unique experience app for sailing enthusiasts
Imagine yourself as a real sailor on board with your favourite sailing team, being able to witness the strategic manoeuvres of World Championship sailors from up close.

Computer Science - Innovation - 03.08.2023
Veni-grants for seven TU/e researchers
Veni-grants for seven TU/e researchers
3D printing of buildings, quantum communication security, AI in education, and models to study aneurysms among the topics to receive NWO funding.

Computer Science - 31.07.2023
What is version control and what are the benefits of it for you
This is the second blog in the series Simple steps towards FAIR code and software . In this blog, Stefano Rapisarda tells you why version control is so important and how you benefit from it.

Computer Science - 18.07.2023
Marie Postma appointed Professor of Computational Cognitive Science

Computer Science - Environment - 03.07.2023
New cross-border projects between Münster and Twente
On June 30, the managements of the Universities of Münster and Twente again awarded so-called Collaboration Grants, with a total of four teams convincing the jury with their concepts.

Pharmacology - Computer Science - 29.06.2023
Prestigious Vidi-grant for four TU/e researchers
Prestigious Vidi-grant for four TU/e researchers
The origins of self-assembly, data visualization, increasing access to affordable medicines, and ultrasound imaging are the topics to receive the NWO funding.

Innovation - Computer Science - 22.06.2023
The future of AI: 'The 'AI plane' isn't flying yet'
The future of AI: ’The ’AI plane’ isn’t flying yet’

Computer Science - Event - 12.06.2023
Alonzo Church Award for Robbert Krebbers

Computer Science - 05.06.2023
Which license should you add to your software to make it FAIR?
This is the first blog in the series Simple steps towards FAIR code and software . One of the most asked questions by researchers to RDM Support regarding the publication of code or software is: Which license should I add to my software to make it FAIR?

Innovation - Computer Science - 26.05.2023
Preventing failures with artificial intelligence
Failures. We all suffer from them: payment apps that don't work, websites that are down, or software that doesn't cooperate.

Innovation - Computer Science - 24.05.2023
TU/e and NXP to collaborate on new technology for wireless communication
TU/e and NXP to collaborate on new technology for wireless communication

Computer Science - 04.05.2023
The Nemo Project
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