Collaboration with Port of Rotterdam, Portbase and Erasmus University Rotterdam for the port of the future
As the largest European port, Rotterdam is at the forefront of smarter, cleaner and more efficient production and organization of logistics. Information exchange and knowledge development are crucial.
AI Hub Zuid-Holland’ will be a single point of contact for business and knowledge institutions in Zuid-Holland that want to work with Artificial Intelligence (AI).
A multidisciplinary research team, including Jurian Edelenbos from the Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences, has been awarded a ZonMw COVID-19 research grant.
A group of international researchers draw on their collective expertise on how the Covid-19 pandemic changes assumptions on the human life course.
Sociologist Illias El Hadioui argues that schools should compose their summerschool programmes based on scientific insights.
Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR), TU Delft and the Municipality of Delft have decided that EUR will become a shareholder of tech incubator Yes!Delft.
Sophie van der Zee, Assistant Professor in the department of Applied Economics at Erasmus School of Economics, researches lie detection and gives her views on the case of Stéphane Bourgoin.
"Vulnerable people are hit much harder, which is also what we’re seeing during the current coronavirus crisis"
Disasters don’t just happen completely out of the blue, and they are never equally distributed, either, according to Professor Thea Hilhorst.
Integration of migrants is an elusive process that does not allow linear planning or influencing. This is the idea put forward by Warda Belabas in her thesis.
Prof Peter Scholten, in association with eight colleagues, founded the new Centre on the Governance of Migration and Diversity.