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Information processing in the neural and gene regulatory networks

Aïsha Mientjes

aishamientjes@gmail.com

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Seminar 4:

Speaker:  Gasper Tkacik             

Department: Bionanoscience

Subject: Information processing in the neural and gene regulatory networks

Location: TU Delft          

Date: 22-03        … 375 more words

Quantum optomechanics - exploring mechanical motion in the quantum regime

Aïsha Mientjes

aishamientjes@gmail.com

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Seminar 3:

Speaker:  Markus Aspelmeyer  

Department: Nanoscience/Physics

Subject: Quantum Optomechanics – exploring mechanical motion in the quantum regime.

Location: TU Delft           … 345 more words

Aether Rocket Rollout

Delft Aerospace Rocket Engineering students recently rolled out their new rocket, Aether. Designed to be actively stabilised during supersonic flight, the rocket represents a great leap forward for the team and their active control quest. 145 more words

Rocket

Pavilions for Okana

Pavilions for Okana is a project set up by two master students from the faculty of architecture at the TU Delft. The two students, Laura Straehle and Ellen Rouwendal, wanted to create a new community centre for a small village in western Kenya. 214 more words

Africa

No Story, No Glory!

Ianus Keller asked me to put together a workshop on the creation of scenarios and/or storyboards as part of a series of extra curricular workshops organized to close the gaps students are feeling in their chosen paths, studying at the Delft University of Technology. 746 more words

Story

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TU Delft

Since the day I arrived in the Netherlands in August 2010, I have always been affiliated with TU Delft. I started as an international Master student back then, a status I held for exactly two years until August 2012. 655 more words

Zilko's Life

interactive environments minor at TU/Delft

The Industrial Design department at TU/Delft now has an entire minor dedicated to Interactive Environments.  Although relatively new, the program has promise – check out the Veroni installation as an example.

Interactive Lighting