21 May 2014 - University of Twente develops antenna capable of remedying malfunction
Researchers from the University of Twente have developed an antenna that can put an end to a malfunction. Developing such an antenna has been possible for some time, but its production was too expensive. Postgraduate student Michiel Soer has developed smart circuits which mean this antenna can now be manufactured extremely economically and cheaply.
15 May 2014 - Research of CTIT PhD-student Mena Badieh Habib Morgan in the news!
There has been a UT homepage news item with an associated notice to the press about Mena's research. This has been picked up by some journalists from Tweakers.net and NU.nl.
14 May 2014 - Computers learn better reading comprehension through UT research
Mena B. Habib, a researcher at the University of Twente CTIT research institute, teaches computers to improve their reading comprehension. He developed a method by which computers can detect and interpret 'named entities' in a text. These are, for example, names of people, places and organizations, whose importance is dependent upon the context. Habib's method allows computers to analyze the context and thus determine what is meant by the named entity.
29 Apr 2014 - June 2, 2014: Cyber Security symposium – share knowledge, meet & expose
On June 2, the NCSRA (National - Dutch - Cyber Security Research Agenda) organises a Symposium on Cyber Security. Topics: Discovering, Measuring en Building.
29 Apr 2014 - Information meeting for NWO Vernieuwingsimpuls (Veni-Vidi-Vici)
On Thursday, June 12, 2014, NWO will organise an information meeting on this year's Vernieuwingsimpulse (information in Dutch).
28 Apr 2014 - Twitter Data Grant
Twitter awards the University of Twente with a prestigious Twitter DataGrant (Djoerd Hiemstra, Tijs van den Broek, Michel Ehrenhard and Ariana Need).Twitter awarded 6 out 1,300 proposals.
16 Apr 2014 - UT doctoral degree candidate develops techniques to protect information
Tri Minh Ngo, researcher at the University of Twente, has developed a new method for monitoring whether private information is sufficiently protected in computer programs. His technology can be used to check whether private data can be leaked and, if so, how much information is actually leaked in that case. His technology can also be used to detect possible leaks.
16 Apr 2014 - STEVEN TE BRINKE WINS STUDENT RESEARCH COMPETITION AT SAC '14
The Symposium on Applied Computing (SAC) 2014 was held from March 24 to 18 in Gyeongju, Korea. SAC 2014 hosted a Student Research Competition that provides graduate students the opportunity to receive feedback on their research ideas from the scientific community. For this competition, students are selected based on submitted abstracts and then graded first on their poster and then on their presentation. Steven te Brinke from the FMT group of the University of Twente won the gold medal of this competition with his presentation titled "Interpreting Energy Profiles with CEGAR".