CWI publishes on a regular basis news item about our research, education and the social impact of this research. In addition to news items, we publish more extensive stories about high-profile research or about CWI tackling social issues.
Female mathematics and computer science students wanted for Constance van Eeden PhD Fellowship
To stimulate the recruitment of female PhD candidates, CWI launches the Constance van Eeden PhD Fellowship. Every two years, the fellowship offers one PhD position to a talented young female student in …
Marten van Dijk in New Scientist article on solving privacy problems
Marten van Dijk, head of CWI’s Computer Security group, was quoted in the international edition of New Scientist on ‘An extreme form of encryption could solve big data's privacy problem’.
The mathematics of privacy-friendly data sharing
For his work on the mathematics of privacy-friendly data sharing, Thomas Attema (TNO and CWI) won the TNO Young Excellent Researcher Award 2021. He was interviewed by TNO Insights.
A short history of quantum computing at CWI
Celebrating CWI’s 76th birthday on the 11th of February 2022, we tell the short history of quantum computing at CWI.
CWI scanner revealing art secrets seeks new applications
CWI and Rijksmuseum are exploring the possibilities of CWI's 3D FleX-ray scanner together.
Developing Improved Breast Cancer Imaging Techniques
Breast Cancer is the most common cause of cancer death in women worldwide. Felix Lucka from the Computational Imaging group at CWI is part of a European research team that develops novel …
Scanning volcanic rocks in our FleX-Ray lab
The FleX-ray CT-scanner located at the CWI, is a flexible system that can scan a large range of different objects. Even volcanic rocks!
Saving Lives With Mathematics
"We have developed methods and models that ensure that ambulances arrive on time more often. For us, it's not just about publishing in top scientific journals. Our work is primarily an example …