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News and Events

  • 16 Oct 2014News

    More than a hundred orders for Goei Eete

  • 03 Oct 2014Press release

    Renata Sotirov appointed as Professor of Optimization and Operations Research
    Tilburg University has appointed dr. ir. Renata Sotirov as Professor of Optimization and Operations Research at the Tilburg School of Economics and Management, effective October 1, 2014. Sotirov combines theoretical and computational approaches to solve difficult optimization problems including practical ones such as those coming from industry. Read more

  • 29 Sep 2014Direct link

    Liberal Arts student wins UNHCR Award

  • 25 Sep 2014Press release

    ‘Announced split of Philips is right move'
    Companies that want to have inventive impact need to focus on a limited number of products, especially if the products concerned recombine different technologies, for example, digital cameras. “Ideally, you use 10-30% or more of your R&D time for a multiple-technology product,” Tilburg Professor Xavier Martin states on the basis of research he conducted with three fellow researchers from Spain, Switzerland, and the United States. “In this light, the announced split of Philips is the right move. It will bring the necessary R&D focus, enabling Healthtech to really catch up to its competitors and Lighting to continue the transformation of its business model.” Read more

  • 25 Sep 2014Press release

    Elsevier magazine: Tilburg University runner-up in best Dutch university ranking

  • 24 Sep 2014Press release

    EU must act on ebola outbreak in Liberia now
    Scientists and politicians plea for special fund Read more

  • 24 Sep 2014Press release

    Two Tilburg University students receive UNHCR Award for Statelessness Research
    An international expert jury has awarded the UNHCR Award for Statelessness Research to Maria Jose Recalde Vela of the Tilburg University Liberal Arts Program for her bachelor thesis and to Caia Vlieks for her master thesis in completion of the LLM in International Human Rights Law at Tilburg University. Dr. Jason Tucker of the University of Bath (United Kingdom) won the award for best PhD research on statelessness. All laureates were presented with their awards at the Global Forum on Statelessness which was held in The Hague last week. Read more

  • 22 Sep 2014News

    'Every MBA should have e-leadership component'
    Every modern MBA course should have an e-leaderhip component, states Professor of Information Management Piet Ribbers in his valedictory address on Friday, September 26. Read more

  • 15 Sep 2014Press release

    Risks climate engineering are manageable
    The concerns about regulating climate engineering are out of proportion, states Jesse Reynolds on the grounds of his PhD research. He will defend his thesis at Tilburg University on September 22nd. Reynolds proposes to set up an international institution to facilitate and help regulate climate engineering field experiments worldwide. Read more

  • 12 Sep 2014Direct link

    Mark Brandt in Science: Morality in daily life

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