Delft University of Technology (TU Delft)

Delft University of Technology (TU Delft)

Delft University of Technology (TU Delft)   link
Location: Delft - South Holland
Mekelweg 5, 2628 CD Delft

Delft University of Technology (Technische Universiteit Delft), also known as TU Delft, is the oldest and largest Dutch public technical university, located in Delft, Netherlands.


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Innovation - 12.06
Domein Architect Onderzoek & Innovatie Delft University of Technology
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HR management assistent / medewerker personeelsbeheer Delft University of Technology
Innovation - 10.06
Assistant / Associate Professor in Wind Plant Aerodynamics Delft University of Technology
Economics - 10.06
Projectmanager, Vastgoedprojecten Delft University of Technology
Computer Science - 10.06
PhD Position in Quantum Networks Delft University of Technology
Computer Science - 10.06
PostDoc Position in Quantum Networks Delft University of Technology
Life Sciences - 06.06
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Life Sciences - 06.06
PhD Environmental Biotechnology Delft University of Technology
Innovation - 06.06
Onderzoeksmedewerker Delft University of Technology
Computer Science - 06.06
IT Risk Consultant Delft University of Technology
Environment - 05.06
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Law - 05.06
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Why TU Delft collaborates with the defence industry

Innovation - Jun 7

For many years, TU Delft has been working with other universities, companies and governments to contribute to concrete innovative solutions to societal problems. In addition to scientific education and research, this is a statutory task for universities in the Netherlands, including TU Delft.

Research Management - Jun 5

Five TU Delft researchers receive Marie Curie grant

The European Commission has awarded five Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) Staff Exchange 2023 grants to talented scientists from TU Delft.

Physics - May 27

NWO Summit Grant to investigate fundamental quantum limits

Physics

A research consortium from TU Delft and Leiden University receives an NWO Summit Grant of 35 million euros, as a long-term support and to continue their prominent role internationally. They aim to investigate the fundamental limits of quantum physics. In total five consortia from different Dutch universities will receive a total of 188 million euros to strengthen the position of Dutch science.

Life Sciences - May 23

Creating life from lifeless biomolecules with AI and lab evolution

What is life? How does a living cell emerge from lifeless molecules?- wondered a multidisciplinary team of Dutch scientists.

Campus - May 22

Israel-Hamas: EB TU Delft calls for immediate ceasefire

Given the development of the conflict between Hamas and Israel since 7 October, rulings by the International Court of Justice, signals that colleagues and students no longer feel safe, and protests at universities, the TU

Pedagogy - May 16

Social Safety Plan TU Delft submitted to the Education Inspectorate

The action plan for social safety has been presented to the Education Inspectorate by TU Delft's Executive Board and shared with Minister Dijkgraaf by the Supervisory Board.

Helping children from neighbourhoods with socio-economic disadvantages with their vocational orientation

In a dynamic collaboration between academia and young minds, 12 enthusiastic children from a school in Delft recently embarked on an enriching journey into the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).

Mathematics - May 13

Exposing children from neighbourhoods with socio-economic disadvantages to Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education and vocational paths

In a dynamic collaboration between academia and young minds, 12 enthusiastic children from a school in Delft recently embarked on an enriching journey into the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).

Pedagogy - Jun 3

Occupation of TU Delft building ends with eviction

At around 20.30 on Monday evening, the police ended the occupation of the Mechanical Engineering building by around 30 protesters who refused to leave the building voluntarily at closing time.

Pre-collapse monitoring of Kakhovka Dam in Ukraine

Astronomy & Space

New findings from a spaceborne monitoring team of University of Houston, TU Delft and DLR indicates the collapse of the Kakhovka Dam in Ukraine may have been already ongoing before the war with Russia, with deformations in the dam pre-dating the actual collapse. The results were published in the journal Nature Communications Earth and Environment

Campus - May 22

Israel-Hamas: EB and deans TU Delft call for immediate ceasefire

Given the development of the conflict between Hamas and Israel since 7 October, rulings by the International Court of Justice, signals that colleagues and students no longer feel safe, and protests at universities, the TU

Physics - May 21

Strings that can vibrate forever (kind of)

Physics

Researchers from TU Delft and Brown University have engineered string-like resonators capable of vibrating longer at ambient temperature than any p

Life Sciences - May 15

Animal brain inspired AI game changer for autonomous robots

Life Sciences

A team of researchers at Delft University of Technology has developed a drone that flies autonomously using neuromorphic image processing and control based on the workings of animal brains.

Exposing children from neighbourhoods with socio-economic disadvantages to STEM education and vocational paths

In a dynamic collaboration between academia and young minds, 12 enthusiastic children from a school in Delft recently embarked on an enriching journey into the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). This event was part of the project - Bliksemstage - of JINC organisation.

TU Delft brings hopeful story on critical raw materials

Smartphones, solar panels, medical equipment and electric vehicles are just a few examples of everyday products that use critical raw materials. The demand for these materials is on the rise, and it's expected to further increase in the coming years mainly due to the energy transition.



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