A field guide to AI systems
Studying artificial intelligence (AI), but in the way the biologists of yore did with the exotic species they found on their expeditions.…
‘Don't be ashamed of wanting to excel as an educator’
Wijnand IJsselsteijn selected as Distinguished NIAS-Lorentz Fellow 2024/25
IJsselsteijn has been awarded the Distinguished NIAS-Lorentz Fellowship 2024/25 for his research on progressively lifelike virtual…
‘I take care of the deadlines; the researchers take care of content’
Daniel Lakens wins Ammodo Science Award 2023
The sum of 350,000 euros will Lakens put to use to research how scientists conduct science.
Wijnand IJsselsteijn, Ans Tummers and Rens Brankaert win IE&IS Valorization Prize 2022
For their pioneer role in researching warm technology for people with dementia
Daniel Lakens in Highly Cited Researchers ranking
Daniel Lakens is in Clarivate’s ‘Highly Cited Researchers’ ranking
Honest gossip may not be a bad thing after all
As part of an international team of researchers who modelled the effects of gossip, TU/e researcher Leo Tiokhin wins an Ig Nobel Prize.
Gendering robots is a cognitive shortcut that can lead to short circuits
Giulia Perugia, was interviewed about the human tendency to gender technology
This is how your phone keeps you awake
New research insights on screen use, light and sleep
Deciding on what scientific studies to replicate
Peder Mortvedt Isager defended his thesis on May 24th at department of Industrial Engineering and Innovation Sciences.
Separated by distance, but connected by technology using affective haptic devices
Sima Ipakchian Askari defended her thesis at the department of Industrial Engineering and Innovation Sciences on May 10th.