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Transport - Innovation - 24.04.2024
Why the bicycle really is a high-tech masterpiece
Why the bicycle really is a high-tech masterpiece
70-year-old Jan Ploeger devoted his thesis to the promising and unique public transport chain in the Netherlands since 1900 A happy coincidence of circumstances and perseverance.

Campus - Transport - 22.04.2024
Cycling researchers are looking for non-cyclists
In the coming weeks, bicycle researchers of the Smart Connected Bicycle project are experimenting in the Twekkelerveld.

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

Transport - Environment - 22.02.2024
Rise in traffic accidents since introduction of shared e-scooters
In the Netherlands, most e-scooters are banned from public roads, but in other European countries, electric shared scooters are almost indispensable in the urban landscape, especially in larger cities.

Transport - Campus - 11.01.2024
Resilience Reflection #21: Resilience begins at home

Transport - Innovation - 20.12.2023
Ensuring that humans don’t become a machine’s moral crumple zone
How do we design AI systems so that humans retain enough control? Years of work by Delft researchers and international colleagues have resulted in the first handbook on 'meaningful human control' for systems with autonomous properties.

Transport - 27.11.2023
Partial closure of Cambridgelaan

Innovation - Transport - 20.11.2023
'With a healthy dose of open-mindedness, you can go a very long way'
’With a healthy dose of open-mindedness, you can go a very long way’

Transport - 26.10.2023
Twente second in nerve-wracking World Solar Racing Championships
Solar Team Twente finished second at the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge last night. After a three thousand kilometre race, the team arrived in Adelaide, South Australia, behind the competitors from Leuven.

Transport - 26.10.2023
Twente placed second in nerve-wracking solar racing world championships
Solar Team Twente finished second at the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge last night. After a three thousand kilometre race, the team arrived in Adelaide, South Australia, behind the competitors from Leuven.

Transport - 06.10.2023
Reducing motion sickness crucial to acceptance of self-driving cars
Self-driving cars still have a number of hurdles to overcome. Reducing motion sickness is a crucial factor in this respect.

Environment - Transport - 17.08.2023
New car concept TU/ecomotive reduces total CO2 emissions during production process by a third
New car concept TU/ecomotive reduces total CO2 emissions during production process by a third
Eterna consists of two separate parts with two different life cycles. In the Netherlands, the average car goes to the scrapyard after just under 20 years, according to sector organization Auto Recycling Nederland.

Transport - 27.06.2023
City of Enschede and UT students study potential of acoustic cameras
Every day, the City of Enschede receives complaints of noise caused by mopeds, motorcycles and cars. The noise pollution is especially bad around the canals, where there is a lot of traffic and where sound reverberates.

Transport - 12.06.2023
From disposables to reusables

Transport - 09.06.2023
Student team URE celebrates 20th anniversary with lightest and fastest race car thus far
Student team URE celebrates 20th anniversary with lightest and fastest race car thus far

Transport - 12.04.2023
TU Delft to collaborate on sustainable aviation with French aviation sector

Transport - 17.03.2023
Automated Vehicles - How to Keep Humans in Control?

Environment - Transport - 09.03.2023
Solar Team Eindhoven unveils concept new solar-powered off-road car
Solar Team Eindhoven unveils concept new solar-powered off-road car

Transport - Innovation - 25.11.2022
Cyclists are the solution, not the problem
Cyclists are the solution, not the problem
Researcher Matthew Bruno wants even more Dutch people on bikes. Cycling is healthy, emits no CO2 and reduces congestion on the road.

Transport - Architecture - 04.10.2022
Weg van Lawaai. A unique app that opens your ears

Transport - 31.08.2022
Driving with a joint on: is that possible?
The International Council on Alcohol, Drugs & Traffic Safety (ICADTS) has released new guidelines summarizing the most recent research on cannabis-impaired driving.

Innovation - Transport - 09.08.2022
Each Amber should soon replace twenty private cars
Each Amber should soon replace twenty private cars
Amber's service for business aims to move away from the situation where each employee has one car. Recently, car sharing company Amber, founded by three TU/e students, and MyWheels merged.

Transport - 11.05.2022
Mass train cancellations may be prevented by abandoning central control
Mass train cancellations may be prevented by abandoning central control
PhD candidate Rolf van Lieshout of Erasmus School of Economics conducted research into a 'self-organized railway system' that can be relied upon when mass train cancellations are imminent.