MIT Technology Review discusses the Digital Ludeme Project and the founding of a new research field combining AI and the study of ancient games.
A group of bachelor’s students of the Maastricht Science Programme (MSP) and Data Science and Knowledge Engineering (DKE) won the Eramet challenge at the VivaTechnology Hackathon in Paris during the weekend of 18 May.
Precious Plastic Maastricht is currently setting up a local recycling workspace that turns plastic waste into entirely new goods, such as bins, beams, 3D printer filaments, and much more.
Technology conference TNW catalogues 500 of the Dutch tech world’s most talented people under the age of 26. This year’s list – the T500 – features three alumni and eight current students of the Department of Data Science and Knowledge Engineering (DKE). Among them is Dirk Bongers, DKE master's student.
Philippe Debie is literally going the extra mile to present his bachelor thesis at a renowned international conference in Santiago, Chile.
What would you ask someone who, in the words of the organizers, played a major role in the story of science in the last 70 years?
Teun Dekker, the political philosopher and first professor of Liberal Arts and Sciences Education in Europe, turns every lecture into a performance. The goal: reaching his students. Thursday 31st January he will deliver his inaugural lecture.
Regional newspaper De Limburger talks about The Infinity Games, a collaboration between DKE researchers and an artist exploring whether computers can create ‘beautiful’ art (article in Dutch).
Student Services Centre hosts information market on extracurricular activities
KE@Work won a silver award in the category Best Employer-University Partnership during the gala ceremony in San Francisco.