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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.

SURFsara strengthens Research Data Netherlands

On 25 September 2014, Research Data Netherlands (RDNL), the collaborative partnership between 3TU.Datacentrum and DANS, welcomed SURFsara. The arrival of this new partner will enable RDNL to assist more academic institutions in the sustainable storage and sharing of research data through a collective approach.

Dutch Data Prize 2014

The Dutch Data Prize for 2014 has been awarded to the Nederlandse Liederenbank (Dutch Song Database) in the category of Humanities & Social Sciences and to DINED in the category of Exact & Technical Sciences. The awards were presented yesterday by professors Karel Luyben (TU Delft) and Kees Aarts (University of Twente).

Launch of 3TU.CEE attracts great interest

It was standing room only at the official launch of the new 3TU.Centre for Engineering Education on Monday, 22 September. Director Jan van der Veen was delighted by all the positive reactions.

3TU-CME Master’s Thesis Award for Jella Jongerius

Jella Jongerius (TUD) is the winner of the 3TU Construction Management and Engineering Master’s Thesis award 2014. On the 4th of September, jury chairman Rob Roef (Construsoft) awarded her at the 3TU CME kick-off day at the University of Delft with a cheque to the value of €1000,- .

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Control on shape of light particles opens the way to ‘quantum internet’
15 December 2014:
Researchers TU/e and FOM obtain faster than ever control on the emission of photons, they write in Nature Communications.
Monday 15 December 2014
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UT successful in European ICT projects
Six University of Twente proposals, totalling over 2.5 million euros, have been approved in the latest round of Horizon 2020 research projects of the European Commission, in the field of ICT. For this, the University of Twente is collaborating with research institutes, government bodies and businesses throughout Europe.
Thursday 18 December 2014
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How nanostrings and quantum bits go ‘out of tune’
The key to quantum computing is preserving quantum information. A classic computer bit has two states: 1 or 0. A quantum bit however has the special property that it can be not just 1 or 0, but also 1 and 0 at the same time, and, in fact, everything in between. The biggest challenge for quantum researchers is that a qubit in these ‘in-between’ states lose their quantum information very quickly due to a process called ‘decoherence’ arising from disturbances of the qubit from its surroundings....
Friday 19 December 2014
3TU Delft
3TU Eindhoven
3TU Twente

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.

SURFsara strengthens Research Data Netherlands

On 25 September 2014, Research Data Netherlands (RDNL), the collaborative partnership between 3TU.Datacentrum and DANS, welcomed SURFsara. The arrival of this new partner will enable RDNL to assist more academic institutions in the sustainable storage and sharing of research data through a collective approach.

Dutch Data Prize 2014

The Dutch Data Prize for 2014 has been awarded to the Nederlandse Liederenbank (Dutch Song Database) in the category of Humanities & Social Sciences and to DINED in the category of Exact & Technical Sciences. The awards were presented yesterday by professors Karel Luyben (TU Delft) and Kees Aarts (University of Twente).

Launch of 3TU.CEE attracts great interest

It was standing room only at the official launch of the new 3TU.Centre for Engineering Education on Monday, 22 September. Director Jan van der Veen was delighted by all the positive reactions.

3TU-CME Master’s Thesis Award for Jella Jongerius

Jella Jongerius (TUD) is the winner of the 3TU Construction Management and Engineering Master’s Thesis award 2014. On the 4th of September, jury chairman Rob Roef (Construsoft) awarded her at the 3TU CME kick-off day at the University of Delft with a cheque to the value of €1000,- .

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
Control on shape of light particles opens the way to ‘quantum internet’
15 December 2014:
Researchers TU/e and FOM obtain faster than ever control on the emission of photons, they write in Nature Communications.
Monday 15 December 2014
RSS feed: news University of Twente
UT successful in European ICT projects
Six University of Twente proposals, totalling over 2.5 million euros, have been approved in the latest round of Horizon 2020 research projects of the European Commission, in the field of ICT. For this, the University of Twente is collaborating with research institutes, government bodies and businesses throughout Europe.
Thursday 18 December 2014
RSS feed: news Delft University of Technology
How nanostrings and quantum bits go ‘out of tune’
The key to quantum computing is preserving quantum information. A classic computer bit has two states: 1 or 0. A quantum bit however has the special property that it can be not just 1 or 0, but also 1 and 0 at the same time, and, in fact, everything in between. The biggest challenge for quantum researchers is that a qubit in these ‘in-between’ states lose their quantum information very quickly due to a process called ‘decoherence’ arising from disturbances of the qubit from its surroundings....
Friday 19 December 2014