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RainGuRU , AI-based rainfall nowcaster

RainGuRU is an AI-based rainfall nowcaster for The Netherlands. It predict rainfall intensities up to 100 minutes ahead based on real-time radar data provided by the Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI).

RainGuRU has been developed by TU Delft MSc student Eva van der Kooij for her thesis and it is an adaptation of the TrajGRU recurrent convolutional neural network.

This work was supervised by M. Schleiss and R. Taormina (CiTG faculty), and F. Fioranelli (EWI faculty), and the website https://rainguru.hkvservices.nl/ was developed by HKV with the support of the TU Delft Safety and Security Institute.

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RainGuRU , AI-based rainfall nowcaster

RainGuRU is an AI-based rainfall nowcaster for The Netherlands. It predict rainfall intensities up to 100 minutes ahead based on real-time radar data provided by the Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI)

Innatera: Spiking neural network architecture

A short video about the Spiking Neural Hardware Architecture Innatera is working on. (Innatera is a startup originating in the CAS group.)

Convergence Open Mind Grant for ME Department

Francesco Fioranelli, Assistant Professor at the MS3 group, has received an Open Mind Grant as part of the Convergence Initiative between TU Delft, Erasmus MC and Erasmus University. The co-applicants were Caitlin Ramsey, PhD candidate at Erasmus MC (and former alumna of this department), and Lytske Bakker, PhD candidate at Erasmus University Rotterdam.

Chao Chen receives Open Mind Grant

Chao Chen's ULTRAPROBE proposal is among the winning proposals of the Open Mind Call 2021

Item on chip manufacturing on national television

On the 1st of September, Sten Vollebregt explained in the program NTR Atlas on national television in the Else Kooi Laboratory how chips are made and why it is difficult to produce many of them on short notice to resolve the current chip shortage.

Asli Yelkenci wins CadenceLIVE Europe 2021 award

Asli Yelkenci is the winner of the CadenceLIVE Europe 2021 under the category of “Master Thesis Award for the Best Design using Cadence tools” with her master thesis done at Delft University of Technology under the supervision of Virgilio Valente, Section Bioelectronics.