28 Sep 2015 - SCS BSc Student Lisa de Wilde wins Best Poster Award at BIOSIG 2015
At BIOSIG 2015, held from 9-11 September 2015 in Darmstadt, SCS BSc student Lisa de Wilde received the Best Poster Award for her poster: "Exploring How User Routine Affects the Recognition Performance of a Lock Pattern". The poster was based on her bachelor work, in which she looked at the question how far biometric recognition improves the safety of a lock pattern, as used in android systems.
25 Sep 2015 - DACS MSc Student Nils Rodday nominated for the JBISA Award
The MSc thesis "Exploring Security Vulnerabilities of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles" of DACS MSc Student Nils Rodday has been nominated (top 3) for the JBISA Award, to be announced during the Security Congres on October 14, 2015 in Amsterdam.
24 Sep 2015 - 7-11 December 2015: ICT with Industry
The Dutch research organisations NWO and STW will organize from December 7-11, 2015 the annual event "ICT with Industry" (information in Dutch). This workshop offers the opportunity to accelerate the innovation process of companies, through application of new methods and techniques, developed during this workshop .
21 Sep 2015 - Darwin on a Chip
of the MESA+ Institute for Nanotechnology and the CTIT Institute for ICT Research
at the University of Twente in The Netherlands have demonstrated working electronic
circuits that have been produced in a radically new way, using methods that
resemble Darwinian evolution.
14 Sep 2015 - Student hacks professional drone
Professional drones, for instance those used by the police for surveillance and those for border controls, are easy to hack, discovered DACS student Nils Rodday in his master thesis. This can only be solved by adapting the hardware (article in Dutch).
11 Sep 2015 - Opening Centre for Monitoring and Coaching
On Tuesday, September 15th, the CTIT Centre for Monitoring and Coaching (CMC) will host its official opening to present itself to its stakeholders. The event will take place in the DesignLab at the University of Twente in The Gallery building.
11 Sep 2015 - Call for proposals Sports Innovation Projects
The Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development (ZonMw) invites project proposals for its sports innovator projects call (information in Dutch). This aims to provide support for the development and marketing of technological and social innovations that contribute to sports or an active lifestyle as well as providing economical or societal benefits. These projects must also contribute to building up knowledge of sports and exercise.
11 Sep 2015 - Next H2020 ICT Call expected to be opened in December 2015
The Next H2020 ICT Call is expected to be launched in December 2015. Most probable topics are: