Delft University of Technology

Delft University of Technology

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Delft University of Technology (http://www.tudelft.nl/) is one of the most prominent technical universities in Europe. Delft University of Technology is ranked 23rd in THE World Top 100 Universities for Engineering and Technology (6th in Europe). Delft University of Technology attracts a large number of students from all over the world, encourages science career among women, cooperates with several (inter)national industries and small-medium enterprises and has a successful incubator for spin-off companies.
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2020
24 Jul 2020

VCSEL and SPAD solid-state lidars: how far can they go?

The 3D lidar story is becoming ever more interesting. The focus at first was on autonomous driving, but, given the timelines and the potential of the technology, it is now migrating into consumer, ADAS, security, autonomous robots, and beyond.
4 Jun 2020

Advanced E-Motor Technology 2020 (Part 2)

Advanced E-Motor Technology 2020 ran from 02/03 Jun 2020. The event included talks from various companies in the electric motor industry and an automotive OEM, Renault.
4 Jun 2020

Advanced E-Motor Technology 2020 (Part 1)

Advanced E-Motor Technology 2020 ran from 02/03 Jun 2020. The event included talks from various companies in the electric motor industry and an automotive OEM, Renault.
7 May 2020

European Collaboration on Innovative Membrane-less Redox Flow Battery

The EU recently awarded €4Million to the MELODY consortium, to develop low cost, innovative batteries for large-scale energy storage, as part of the Horizon 2020 program 'Advanced Redox Flow Batteries for stationary energy storage.'
28 Feb 2020

Therapies Without Drugs

Researchers are investigating the potential of microimplants to stimulate nerve cells and treat chronic conditions like asthma, diabetes, or Parkinson's disease.
2019
29 Nov 2019

Understanding the Profitable Areas of Electric Vehicle Componentry

The plug-in electric vehicle market is set for significant growth over the next 10 years and beyond. This is not limited to just passenger cars, but extends to all transportation including two-wheelers, light commercial vehicles, agriculture equipment, and beyond. IDTechEx will be delivering a bespoke forum on these topics on the 3rd and 4th of December in Stuttgart, Germany.
28 Oct 2019

Swarm of Tiny Drones Explores Unknown Environments

Researchers have presented a swarm of tiny drones that can explore unknown environments completely by themselves.
13 Sep 2019

Fastree3D

Fastree3D are developing lidar modules and a lidar hardware development kit.
30 Jul 2019

Will your future computer be made using bacteria?

In order to create new and more efficient computers, medical devices, and other advanced technologies, researchers are turning to nanomaterials: materials manipulated on the scale of atoms or molecules that exhibit unique properties.
14 Jun 2019

Trial to control insects in greenhouses with drones

The pilot starts this month, and the tests will be run continuously for 10 weeks in a test greenhouse planted with gerberas at the World Horti Center. Target: the golden twin-spot moth.
25 Apr 2019

High-Performance Extrusion Systems for FDM 3D Printing

Veda is a start-up in the field of additive manufacturing founded in 2018 by two students from TU Delft, the leading technical university in the Netherlands.
8 Apr 2019

ENGIE inaugurates first mini-grid in Zambia

Chitandika, located in the East of Zambia, counts 378 households (1500 inhabitants) who previously were deprived access to electricity. With the installation of this first PowerCorner, ENGIE confirms its progress in off-grid renewable energy solutions to improve electricity access in Africa.
2018
4 Dec 2018

Low cost technology to print sensors enabling smart contact lenses

VSPARTICLE announced its low-cost technology to print nanostructured materials that will finally enable applications such as smart contact lenses to succeed. The nanotech company has developed an additive manufacturing technology that can be used for numerous applications, such as producing real-time medical sensors (glucose sensing, bio-marker sensing, etc.), as well as, accurate gas sensors.
10 Sep 2018

Ampyx Power

Ampyx Power is a Dutch technology company working in the area of airborne wind energy.
22 May 2018

Physee

Physee was founded four years ago by Willem Kesteloo and Ferdinand Grapperhaus (CEO), and is a spin-off from Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands, with promising new research on a specialised luminescent coating for transparent PV applications.
16 Apr 2018

Winners of the EV Award Presented at the IDTechEx Show! Berlin

Delft University of Technology, PRE Power Developers, Last Mile Solutions, supported by TKI and LomboxNet were the winners of the IDTechEx Show! Award: 'Most Significant Innovation for Electric Vehicles', presented in Berlin this week.
13 Apr 2018

Winners of the EV Award Presented at the IDTechEx Show! Berlin

Delft University of Technology, PRE Power Developers, Last Mile Solutions, supported by TKI and LomboxNet were the winners of the IDTechEx Show! Award: 'Most Significant Innovation for Electric Vehicles', presented in Berlin this week.
27 Mar 2018

Direct high-speed charging of electric cars by solar panels

Electric cars are seen as the sustainable future of transport. But they are only truly sustainable if the electricity used to charge them comes from sustainable sources and not from fossil fuels.
8 Mar 2018

Solliance

Solliance www.solliance.eu External Link is a partnership of R&D organizations from the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany working in thin film photovoltaic solar energy. Solliance is creating the required synergy by consolidating and coordinating the activities of 250 researchers in industry, at research institutes and universities.
2017
15 Dec 2017

'Origami' lattices with nano-scale surface ornaments

Inspired by the Japanese art of paper folding (origami), researchers are developing an alternative to 3D printing that allows the final products to have many more functionalities than what is possible with 3D printing.