Mijn artikelen / my articles

De meeste van deze artikelen heb ik oorspronkelijk in het Engels geschreven en vervolgens in opdracht naar het Nederlands vertaald. 

The urban puzzle of where to put a million solar panels 🇬🇧 / 🇳🇱
Smart buildings for a sustainable future 🇬🇧 / 🇳🇱
Game Boy forever! Thanks to intermittent computing 🇬🇧 / 🇳🇱
QuTech researchers are the first to build a single-hole qubit 🇬🇧
Life, the university and everything under the COVID-19 lockdown 🇬🇧 / 🇳🇱
Intermittent computing to replace trillions of batteries 🇬🇧 / 🇳🇱
A bit of math to constrain epidemics 🇬🇧 / 🇳🇱
So much more than 3D visualisation 🇬🇧 / 🇳🇱
A fresh perspective on potato growth 🇬🇧 / 🇳🇱
Understanding noise – from quantum fluctuations to climate models 🇬🇧 / 🇳🇱
Increased road safety with high-resolution automotive radar 🇬🇧 / 🇳🇱
Algorithms unravel cellular dynamics, and what it means for targeted therapy 🇬🇧 / 🇳🇱
How not to waste energy on 5G 🇬🇧 / 🇳🇱
Visualizing aircraft noise – bringing silent aviation closer 🇬🇧 / 🇳🇱
TU Delft expanding in space 🇬🇧 / 🇳🇱
The impact of algorithms 🇬🇧 / 🇳🇱
A precision mirror positioning system for compact earth observation space telescopes 🇬🇧 / 🇳🇱
Can ancient algae help replace chromium-6 in coatings? 🇬🇧 / 🇳🇱
From micro to macro with duality 🇬🇧 / 🇳🇱
What flying robots can teach us 🇬🇧 / 🇳🇱
Using plasma forces to improve airplane fuel efficiency 🇬🇧 / 🇳🇱
The AerGo: When an airplane modeling exercise takes off 🇬🇧 / 🇳🇱
Organizing high-dimensional data with triangles and fields 🇬🇧 / 🇳🇱
That rocket is/isn’t going to fly 🇬🇧 / 🇳🇱
A wealth of information on noise 🇬🇧 / 🇳🇱
Protection of future power systems 🇬🇧 / 🇳🇱
Airplane maintenance at the speed of data 🇬🇧 / 🇳🇱
Fiery romance: a risk-model for sky lanterns 🇬🇧 / 🇳🇱
Robots, big data and the internet of things –  The robotic trinity 🇬🇧 / 🇳🇱
What do you ask a quantum computer? 🇬🇧 / 🇳🇱