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23 Jun Printen sporters binnenkort hun eigen schoenen? 

Interview @Jouke Verlinden @tudelft in @SportKnowhowXL  #3dprinting Welke sporter wil er nu geen gereedschapskist met reserveonderdelen voor het lichaam? Met behulp van 3D-printtechnieken hebben wetenschappers al geprinte wervels bij mensen geïmplanteerd, maar die gereedschapskist is nog ver weg. Toch opent 3D-printen ook nu al een scala aan...

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18 May Sports Engineering Island

 Technology has become a fact of everyday life, and influences our sport performance. That is what TU Delft Sports Engineering Institute will show during the festival. Visit the demo square including the Dream Teams RISE and Human Power Team or join the interactive program: a...

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10 May ISEA2016: Early bird registration open

The 11th conference of the International Sports Engineering Association will take place in Delft from July 11-14th 2016. The early bird registration is now open! Until the 15th of June, we offer a €100,- reduction on the ticket price for every delegate. Don't miss this opportunity and register via this link. Keynote speakers include Robert...

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07 Apr Seminar: Data Science & Sports

On the 7th of April, Delft Data Science, in collaboration with the Leiden Centre of Data Science (LCDS) and the Sports Engineering Institute, organised an event on Data Science and Sports; an exciting combination. There were presentations by representatives of sports associations, research groups and companies. Moreover...

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04 Feb Minor Sport Innovations

In January the faculty of Industrial Design Engineering was transformed into an exhibition space for the end results of the various minors. The Sports Engineering Institute was well represented. Smart surfboard Arjen Jansen led the minor sport engineering and had students work on various projects. One of the...

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