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Rinnooy Kan presented with book ‘Agenda voor Nederland, inspired by technology’

As a contribution to the Dutch Research Agenda, the three Dutch universities of technology (TU Delft, TU Eindhoven, University of Twente), together with Wageningen UR, TNO and STW, have put together a collection of ten essays, each of which describes a different innovation task for the Netherlands. Today this collection was presented to Alexander Rinnooy Kan, co-chair of the Dutch Science Agenda, during the Innovation & Technology Conference of the 3TU.Federation in Rotterdam. During the presentation the six organisations were represented by Dirk Jan van den Berg (President of the Executive Board, TUD), Jan Mengelers (President of the Executive Board, TU/e), Victor van der Chijs (President of the Executive Board, UT), Raoul Bino (General Director of AFSG, Wageningen UR), Wim Nagtegaal (COO, Member of the Board of Management, TNO) and Eppo Bruins (General Director, STW).

Launch Cyber Security master’s degree

In September 2015, TU Delft and the University of Twente will start the new joint master's specialization Cyber Security. The two-year master's degree is open to students with a bachelor's degree in computer science or a related degree programme. 

3TU.Innovation & Technology Conference 2015

The second 3TU.Innovation & Technology Conference will take place on 18 May in the World Trade Centre in Rotterdam. The theme of this conference is “Inspirations for the Dutch Research Agenda 2025”.

3TU alumni popular with US companies

Many alumni of Delft University of Technology, Eindhoven University of Technology and University of Twente work in the United States. These universities recently began setting up joint local alumni chapters in places such as Boston, New York, Seattle, San Francisco and Houston. With over 3,000 members in the US, the network of these Dutch alumni is very impressive.

Technical Universities honor 3,500th PDEng degree

Chinese Fangyi Shi from the Technological Designer's programme Software Technology was officially honoured on Wednesday 1 October by Rector Magnificus Hans van Duijn of TU/e (Eindhoven University of Technology). She is the 3,500th recipient of the Professional Doctorate in Engineering (PDEng) degree at one of the three universities of technology in the Netherlands since its introduction in 1986. Van Duijn pointed out that the program has accounted for a € 350 million investment in innovation over a 30-year period.

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Kroesen receives Von Engel & Franklin Prize 2015
4 August 2015:
Tuesday 4 August 2015
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Surfing droplets in Nature Communications
Researchers from the University of Twente have succeeded in clearly identifying why droplets on soft, squishy surfaces react differently than on hard surfaces. A water droplet, for example, moves very differently over jelly than over glass, but the science of how this works has never been investigated. Better understanding of this phenomenon is of importance for a variety of applications where droplets come into contact with extremely soft, deformable materials, as is the case in 3D printing, soft contact lenses or sauces such as mayonnaise. The result was published in the renowned scientific journal Nature Communications.
Wednesday 5 August 2015
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Graphene supercurrents go ballistic
Scientists at TU Delft and Leiden University have observed supercurrents in graphene that bounce back and forth between the edges of the graphene without scattering along the way. Supercurrents are electrical currents that flow even when there is no voltage applied. They can be induced in graphene by bringing it in contact with a superconducting material. The ability to create such ballistic superconductor-graphene hybrids makes it possible to study the unique properties of supercurrents...
Monday 27 July 2015
3TU Delft
3TU Eindhoven
3TU Twente

Rinnooy Kan presented with book ‘Agenda voor Nederland, inspired by technology’

As a contribution to the Dutch Research Agenda, the three Dutch universities of technology (TU Delft, TU Eindhoven, University of Twente), together with Wageningen UR, TNO and STW, have put together a collection of ten essays, each of which describes a different innovation task for the Netherlands. Today this collection was presented to Alexander Rinnooy Kan, co-chair of the Dutch Science Agenda, during the Innovation & Technology Conference of the 3TU.Federation in Rotterdam. During the presentation the six organisations were represented by Dirk Jan van den Berg (President of the Executive Board, TUD), Jan Mengelers (President of the Executive Board, TU/e), Victor van der Chijs (President of the Executive Board, UT), Raoul Bino (General Director of AFSG, Wageningen UR), Wim Nagtegaal (COO, Member of the Board of Management, TNO) and Eppo Bruins (General Director, STW).

Launch Cyber Security master’s degree

In September 2015, TU Delft and the University of Twente will start the new joint master's specialization Cyber Security. The two-year master's degree is open to students with a bachelor's degree in computer science or a related degree programme. 

3TU.Innovation & Technology Conference 2015

The second 3TU.Innovation & Technology Conference will take place on 18 May in the World Trade Centre in Rotterdam. The theme of this conference is “Inspirations for the Dutch Research Agenda 2025”.

3TU alumni popular with US companies

Many alumni of Delft University of Technology, Eindhoven University of Technology and University of Twente work in the United States. These universities recently began setting up joint local alumni chapters in places such as Boston, New York, Seattle, San Francisco and Houston. With over 3,000 members in the US, the network of these Dutch alumni is very impressive.

Technical Universities honor 3,500th PDEng degree

Chinese Fangyi Shi from the Technological Designer's programme Software Technology was officially honoured on Wednesday 1 October by Rector Magnificus Hans van Duijn of TU/e (Eindhoven University of Technology). She is the 3,500th recipient of the Professional Doctorate in Engineering (PDEng) degree at one of the three universities of technology in the Netherlands since its introduction in 1986. Van Duijn pointed out that the program has accounted for a € 350 million investment in innovation over a 30-year period.

Latest updates

Programme overview
Overview educational programmes
To all Master’s and Post Master’s programs
Stan Ackermans institute
Professional Doctorate Education
Professional Doctorate Education
To all Post Master’s programs
RSS feed: news Eindhoven University of Technology
Kroesen receives Von Engel & Franklin Prize 2015
4 August 2015:
Tuesday 4 August 2015
RSS feed: news University of Twente
Surfing droplets in Nature Communications
Researchers from the University of Twente have succeeded in clearly identifying why droplets on soft, squishy surfaces react differently than on hard surfaces. A water droplet, for example, moves very differently over jelly than over glass, but the science of how this works has never been investigated. Better understanding of this phenomenon is of importance for a variety of applications where droplets come into contact with extremely soft, deformable materials, as is the case in 3D printing, soft contact lenses or sauces such as mayonnaise. The result was published in the renowned scientific journal Nature Communications.
Wednesday 5 August 2015
RSS feed: news Delft University of Technology
Graphene supercurrents go ballistic
Scientists at TU Delft and Leiden University have observed supercurrents in graphene that bounce back and forth between the edges of the graphene without scattering along the way. Supercurrents are electrical currents that flow even when there is no voltage applied. They can be induced in graphene by bringing it in contact with a superconducting material. The ability to create such ballistic superconductor-graphene hybrids makes it possible to study the unique properties of supercurrents...
Monday 27 July 2015