TU Delft
TU Delft
04/27/2017 at 18:47. Facebook
A flashback to the visit of Queen Juliana of the Netherlands on September 26, 1955, because today is Kingsday. Juliana was invited to a reception and special assembly held in the Nieuwe Kerk on the occasion of our 50th anniversary, previously called the Technische Hogeschool Delft. Upon arrival, the Queen inspected the honor guard, which involved members of the Delftse Studenten Weerbaaarheid....
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A flashback to the visit of Queen Juliana of the Netherlands on
Angela Cecilia Mollo Gutiérrez
TU Delft
TU Delft
04/24/2017 at 17:51. Facebook
The Urban Heat Island effect was first described some 200 years ago, but methods for mitigating heat in urban areas have been around much longer. 'Uchimizu is one of these techniques, which was already being used in Japan in the 17th century', says Anna Solcerova.

Anna Solcerova is focussing on this technique for her PhD research. On this pageflow you can check out her story and view her...
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The Urban Heat Island effect was first described some 200 years ago
TU Delft
TU Delft
04/21/2017. Facebook
After eight months designing and building Eco-Runner Team Delft proudly presented the next generation of fuel-efficient vehicles yesterday. The reveal of the Ecorunner VII by the Mayor of Delft (Marja van Bijsterveldt) made it to the front page of the 'Metro' along with the headline 'Typisch Delft'. Earlier this week, television program De Kennis van Nu already interviewed the team to raise...
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After eight months designing and building EcoRunner Team Delft proudly presented the
Anja van der Heide
Mario Yousry
TU Delft
TU Delft
04/18/2017. Facebook
Microbiologist Beijerinck is considered as the founding father of virology, by discovering the virus. Until his retirement, Professor Beijerinck lived with his sisters in the Professor’s house. He seems to have focused entirely on science, with little time for a social life. As a “scientific omnivore”, he spent his time investigating anything that caught his attention.

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TU Delft
TU Delft
04/16/2017. Facebook
Happy Easter to all of you!
Happy Easter to all of you
Henrica Tegelaar
Leticia Vicencio
TU Delft
TU Delft
04/14/2017. Facebook
Hoe leven we in de toekomst van de wind?

Afgelopen dinsdagavond sprak Prof. dr. Gerard van Bussel van de TU Delft bij de Universiteit van Nederland over de futuristische opvolgers van de moderne windturbines. Gerard van Bussel, hoogleraar windenergie bij L&R, krijgt energie van de wind. Ook is hij zelf molenaar, en is dus een van de weinigen, die nog een echte Hollandse molen mag besturen. De...
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Nick Overkamp
Bart van Eeden
Niek van den Bos
TU Delft
TU Delft
04/13/2017. Facebook
In the nineties, members of student association Sint Jansbrug designed and built a new bridge, which would temporarily span the canal 'Oude Delft' in front of their fraternity. This was just like fifty years earlier, during the founding of the association. Afterwards, the bridge was donated to the city of Delft and placed in the Delftse Hout.

Upcoming Academic year, four of the largest...
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In the nineties members of student association Sint Jansbrug designed and built
Henkjan Faber
TU Delft
TU Delft
04/11/2017. Facebook
Today, the International Festival of Technology announced their very first names. On the 7th, 8th and 9th of June the technological heart of the city of Delft beats even harder. How big is the influence of big data, bio technology and the birth of the superhuman? Bright TV (Bright.nl), Lieven Scheire, Broederliefde and Chef'Special will be present at the International Festival of Technology...
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Lise Jansen
Anna van Bon
Miriam Oldhoff
TU Delft
TU Delft
04/10/2017. Facebook
Engineers and scientists use mathematical models to solve problems. In our new online course Mathematical Modeling Basics you can learn to analyse a problem, make a mathematical model, calculate and verify the results.

Interested? Visit bit.ly/2nP0LMY to enroll in this online course.
Amro Elfeki
Agathe Ngoma
TU Delft
TU Delft
04/06/2017. Facebook
The auditorium of the TU Delft was built between 1958 and 1968. It is designed by the architect firm 'Van Den Broek en Bakema'. The auditorium is built in the style of Brutalism. This was a very popular style of building in the beginning of 1960.

One of the characteristics is the use of a lot of concrete making the building look large and solid. This is supposed to show power and...
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The auditorium of the TU Delft was built between 1958 and 1968
Mark Rotteveel
Marti von Stein
Arun Muraleedharan
TU Delft
TU Delft
04/04/2017. Facebook
Laura and Ellen, two graduates from the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment TU Delft, went to Africa for three months to design and build a community center in Okana. Okana is a small village in Western Kenia, where SRI (Sustainable Rural Initiatives) operates. It's a local NGO, which is working to improve the quality of life of local inhabitants.

Working together with SRI meant...
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Marco Tiberga
Jochem van der Zaag
Lars Kleyn Winkel
TU Delft
TU Delft
03/31/2017. Facebook
Let the festivals begin! The start of the local festival season, Festival Aangeschoten Wild at Lijm & Cultuur, is today. Over 40 artists, ranging from small-scale theatre groups to bands of national talent, will perform at four different stages and more than 200 students work together to make everything happen. The upcomming months, other student associations and fraternities organize plenty...
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Let the festivals begin The start of the local festival season Festival
Festival Aangeschoten Wild
Tamara Covacevich Stipicich
TU Delft
TU Delft
03/30/2017. Facebook
As inspiration for scientists, policy makers, entrepreneurs and students the Delft Energy Initiative organizes in the series ‘Meet the Energy Leaders’ a guest lecture by Peter Molengraaf (CEO Alliander). "Changes in the energy system and the role of the public distribution system operators".

Peter Molengraaf sketches the context of the national and international developments within the energy...
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As inspiration for scientists policy makers entrepreneurs and students the Delft Energy
TU Delft
TU Delft
03/27/2017. Facebook
Our favorite trees are blossoming and the Mekelpark is getting more and more colorful. The spring is in the air! How are you enjoying this sunny afternoon? We selected some of your posts on Instagram (#TUDelft)
Our favorite trees are blossoming and the Mekelpark is getting more and
Kostas Konsolakis
Suyash Verma
Zé Silva Pinto
TU Delft
TU Delft
03/23/2017. Facebook
Curious how the 'Mekelweg' looked back in the day? This photo from 1969 is made from the north of our campus. The Mekel Road was officially closed for motorized private transport at the beginning of 2007. A historic moment. During sunny days, the park provides an enjoyable meeting place for the international community of teachers and students! #Mekelpark #ThrowbackThursday
Curious how the Mekelweg looked back in the day This photo from
Arend Stam
Vincent Kuijs
Lorena Dueñas Soto
TU Delft
TU Delft
03/22/2017. Facebook
“It is like building wetlands with low fat yoghurt. To overcome the challenges associated with the building material, we use natural processes that are freely available and that will accelerate this ecosystem development. We do not add any artificial elements such as constructed walls.”

PhD students Maria Barciela Rial (TU Delft) and Rémon Saaltink (University of Applied Sciences Utrecht) are...
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It is like building wetlands with low fat yoghurt To overcome the
TU Delft
TU Delft
03/19/2017. Facebook
Because tomorrow (International Day of Happiness) is the day we all should be extra happy, we want you to know how we are contributing in making us all a little bit happier.

Industrial Design, together with a wide variety of partners set up the Delft Institute of Positive Design. This in order to generate knowledge that enables designers to formulate effective strategies in contributing to...
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Because tomorrow International Day of Happiness is the day we all should
TU Delft
TU Delft
03/18/2017. Facebook
Last month, our researchers Thom Bogaard and Rolf Hut tested an innovative method to map the flow of the Ayeyarwady River (Myanmar). With fifteen specially crafted GPS trackers, 400 balloons and LEDs, the researchers examined how the the river interacts and whether they could gather sufficient data on variations in flow rates. TU Delft TV joined Rolf Hut and his team on their trip to Myanmar.
Last month our researchers Thom Bogaard and Rolf Hut tested an innovative

Merging rivers in Myanmar

After curving through Myanmar's landscape for miles on an end, the Ayeyarwady River, Myanmar's most important commercial waterway, unites with the Chindwin R...

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TU Delft
TU Delft
03/17/2017. Facebook
Do you need some extra excitement in your student life? DroneClash is organizing a battle between drones. This in order to generate new ideas which should make sure the drone development will not carry on to far resulting in an unsustainable situation.

‘Drone development has grown hugely in recent years, and you can see the anti-drone industry growing too. really, these developments keep...
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Gouzouni Tou Dasous
Kostas Kiskiras
Alessio Salman
TU Delft
TU Delft
03/15/2017. Facebook
What a nice day! Have you already voted for the Dutch General Elections? You can do so right on our campus.
What a nice day Have you already voted for the Dutch General
Hyungsub Kim