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French research institute Inria and Dutch CWI intensify their collaboration

National Institute for Research in Digital Science and Technology (Inria) and Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI), the Dutch national research center for mathematics and computer science, signed a cooperation agreement today.

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Break the Code? Breaking Changes and Their Impact on Software Evolution

Lina Ochoa Venegas defended her PhD thesis cum laude at the department of Mathematics and Computer Science of Eindhoven University of Technology on 29 March.

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CONcISE Project aims for a revolution in biomedical optical imaging

The Computational Imaging (CI) group at CWI takes part in a new project funded by the European Union's Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) of the Horizon Europe programme: CONcISE.


AIVD, TNO and CWI publish handbook on migration to quantum-secure communications

Organizations should start migrating to a quantum-safe environment soon. On 4 April 2023, AIVD, TNO and CWI published a handbook for the migration to quantum-secure communications. Alexandra van Huffelen, State Secretary for …


Simon Telen elected EMYA member

In March 2023, Simon Telen was elected a member of the new Young Academy of the European Mathematical Society (EMYA).

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Best paper award for a novel approach to training neural networks

A paper on multi-objective (MO) training of neural networks, written by researchers from CWI and Leiden University Medical Center, has received the best paper award during the international EMO 2023 conference.

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DIS group releases open source software for digital humanities

Together with European partners the DIS group investigated the potential which opera could have to foster social transformation in disparate communities through the use of technology.

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Artificial intelligence helps deciding on best radiation therapy for prostate tumours

An algorithm developed by CWI and Amsterdam UMC helps doctors determine the best plan for internal radiotherapy. This makes prostate cancer more treatable. Thanks to the research of Anton Bouter and his …