On 11 November, TU Delft will show over eighty innovative research projects to the business community and provide leading researchers with a range of master classes. This is part of TU Delft’s efforts to bring new knowledge and technology to the market and society and to encourage cooperation with the business community. The event will enable participants to find out more about the latest scientific and technological developments. The event will take place in the TU Delft Library.
An overview of selected projects: the use of mathematical numerical analysis to optimise industrial processes; a wind-powered car that uses wind to move forward even when it is moving against the wind; smart fixed wings: making optimum use of memory metal; Geobee: using a drone to create 3D maps of difficult terrain quickly and in situ; the Bill Gates toilet: combining different technologies to enable the production of a safe and sustainable toilet in developing countries; genetic analysis of tumours: enabling better predictions of the development of tumours by looking at the genotype of the tumour.
For further information, and to register, please visit tudelft.nl/dig-it