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TU Delft
yesterday at 23:10. Facebook
TU Delft
12/02/2016 at 09:59. Facebook
TU Delft has partnered with The Royal Netherlands Society of Engineers (KIVI) to offer courses for engineers who would like to obtain the Chartered Engineer qualification. Interested? Read more and join the first course - Professional Ethics for Engineers!

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TU Delft
11/09/2016. Facebook
Providing clean, reliable and affordable energy to 9 billion people by 2050 is one of today's biggest challenges. Some solutions are already in use today, but many will come from the next generation of entrepreneurs, policy makers, engineers and scientists. What can we do in order to rise to this grand challenge? Who are the trendsetters in this transition and who is starting this movement?...
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TU Delft
11/30/2016 at 21:10. Facebook
Humans of TU Delft

Jeff Newcamp – PhD candidate, Aerospace Engineering

“I’m on the three year plan to finish my PhD so that means I have to be really focused and disciplined. Luckily the aerospace faculty is supportive enough to make it work. I also have three sons aged four, two and three weeks old. My wife is really well organised, she’s a great partner and that’s what makes it work. One...
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TU Delft
11/28/2016 at 19:22. Facebook
Virtual sleep coach effective against insomnia

The interactive app developed by TU Delft, Utrecht University and the University of Amsterdam to help people with chronic insomnia to learn a better sleep rhythm has been shown to work. The use of this virtual coach reduces sleeping problems, argues doctoral candidate Corine Horsch. She will obtain her doctorate from TU Delft on 23 November for...
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TU Delft
11/27/2016. Facebook
Humans of TU Delft

Aukje Schukken – Master’s student, Architecture

“A friend of mine was volunteering for Engineers 4 Refugees, a great organisation that works to help integrate refugees. She was leaving for vacation and needed someone to help with her ‘buddy’ during that time so I volunteered. They try to match participants with people from the faculty that they are interested in. We were...
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TU Delft
11/25/2016. Facebook
Medical imaging techniques have become essential for the assessment of all kinds of disorders. Researchers Robiël Naziroglu and Frans Vos have developed a method for improving the assessment of MRI images in cases of Crohn’s disease. Crohn’s disease is a chronic inflammatory disease of the gastrointestinal tract and 700,000 European citizens are suffering. The researchers developed an...
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TU Delft
11/23/2016. Facebook
Tim, a PhD candidate in the Transport & Planning department of the Civil Engineering and Geosciences faculty, visited the festival Mysteryland together with his team to study the behaviour of festival goers. Tim’s measuring instrument was an app he developed himself. He contacted the participants on the spot and via Facebook, and together they recorded which stages they visited, in what order...
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TU Delft
11/22/2016. Facebook
Microsoft announced Monday that it is doubling its investment in quantum research. It is already an important private partner of QuTech (a collaboration between TU Delft and TNO) and will be extending its cooperation with the Delft quantum institute. In addition to this, Microsoft is to set up its own lab on the campus at TU Delft. The lab will be led by Professor Leo Kouwenhoven, who has been...
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TU Delft
11/21/2016. Facebook
Delft city center during the evenings. For the people who are in a winter depression, have a look at the great atmosphere outside. Check out our #instagram for more! @tudelft
TU Delft
11/19/2016. Facebook
Pixels, which do not emit light themselves but are visible in sunlight, can be created with the new method found by researchers from the TU Delft and Graphenea. These pixels could lead to energy-efficient colour displays that can be used in devices such as e-books and smart watches.

They found that the colors of membrane-covered cavities were changing. These changes arose from interference...
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TU Delft
11/18/2016. Facebook
The first edX Prize for Exceptional Contributions to Online Teaching and Learning was awarded.
We would like to congratulate Professor Arno Smets for being awarded the best instructor! With his lectures in the MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) Solar Energy and Sustainable Energy: Design a Renewable Future, Arno Smets reaches more than 150,000 online students from all over the world.

Through...
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TU Delft
11/17/2016. Facebook
Olaf van Campenhout (Aerospace Engineering) is the Best Graduate of TU Delft 2015-2016! This afternoon, the best graduates of our eight faculties pitched their graduation projects during the ‘Best of TU Delft’ ceremony. The jury praised Olaf on his dept scientific research and the relevance of his research to both science and business. His work was dedicated to the experimental investigation...
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TU Delft
11/16/2016. Facebook
TU Delft students design new aircraft for last resort option against global warming.

If global efforts to reduce carbon emissions fail and temperatures will rise, a last resort could be to turn to geoengineering methods, like the injection of aerosols in the stratosphere. This will produce stratospheric clouds which reflect part of the incoming sunlight. Students of the TU Delft have looked...
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TU Delft
11/15/2016. Facebook
Why plant 10,000 plastic plants in the waterlab of the TU Delft?

There is rising awareness of the need to include the effects of vegetation in studies dealing with the behavior of rivers. To study this further, researcher Andrés Vargas, who defends his PhD-thesis on Wednesday November 16th, created a ‘river’ that flows through the main channel of the waterlab at TU Delft and that is full of...
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TU Delft - 10,000 plastic plants in the waterlab

Andrés Vargas Luna (PhD Hydraulic Engineering TU Delft) uses this set up to study how rivers behave. What determines their shape? And what is the role of veg

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TU Delft
11/14/2016. Facebook
Are you familiar with our dream teams? One of our teams is the Human Power Team Delft and Amsterdam.

It was founded in 2010 with the goal of breaking the world speed record for human-powered transport. To this end, race students from the Delft University of Technology and the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam have developed a special aerodynamic recumbent.

In September 2013, their ambition...
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TU Delft
11/09/2016. Facebook
Providing clean, reliable and affordable energy to 9 billion people by 2050 is one of today's biggest challenges. Some solutions are already in use today, but many will come from the next generation of entrepreneurs, policy makers, engineers and scientists. What can we do in order to rise to this grand challenge? Who are the trendsetters in this transition and who is starting this movement?...
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TU Delft
11/08/2016. Facebook
Are you interested in seeing what a day of a student at Delft University of Technology looks like? Follow a day in the life of Hugo and find out! Subscribe to our youtube channel, in order get an update when the next vlog is uploaded: [ Youtube.com Link ]
TU Delft
11/05/2016. Facebook
Winter is coming with possible freezing temperatures next week. Have a look back at our wonderful August and September weather on our Instagram! @tudelft
TU Delft
11/04/2016. Facebook
Humans of TU Delft

Tricia Gibo – Postdoctoral researcher, Biomechanical Engineering

“When I first moved overseas I was unsure if I would still be able to vote, but I found out how to do it. I actually turned in my ballot last week at the American consulate in Amsterdam. I did that instead of mailing it because I wanted to be sure it gets there. I feel like I have to exercise my right to...
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