Delft University of Technology (TU Delft)

Delft University of Technology (TU Delft)

Delft University of Technology (TU Delft)   link
Location: Delft
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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Can quantum computers solve an old riddle in composites design?

Computer Science

A team of researchers at TU Delft are the first in the world to apply quantum computing to solve an old riddle in the design of fibre-reinforced composite materials: how to determine the optimal sequence of angles at which the material's layers are composed and stacked. This layering determines the mechanical properties of the material, essential for the application of composites for lightweight aircraft, wind turbine blades, cars or even batteries, etc. The QAIMS team have now gone through to the final rounds of the Airbus-BMW Quantum Computing Challenge where they will pitch their approach to -push the boundaries of quantum tech for mobility.

Education - Jul 5

Education Inspectorate’s reaction to Plan for Change

This week, the Education Inspectorate shared its findings on TU Delft's social safety improvement plan: the Plan for Change . In its findings, the inspectorate is very critical on many points - about the content, but also about us as an Executive Board.

Environment - Jun 28

June edition Delft Matters published

Environment

The new Delft Matters is out and is full of all the great things that are happening in our TU Delft community.

Dream Team designs a self-supporting lunar village

Astronomy & Space

Dream Team -Space Oasis Delfthas designed a lunar village for 150+ residents. The dwellings have elements of biomimicry, contain a self-sustaining biosphere and simulate a day-night cycle as well as seasons. Smart design choices safeguard not only the occupants' safety but also their mental well-being.

Sport - Jun 21

TU Delft presents faster and safer suit for kiter Annelous Lammerts

For the first time, kitesurfing is on the Olympic Games programme, with the Dutch Annelous Lammerts as one of the top participants. Using the Formula Kite, a hydrofoil under the kiteboard, Lammerts can reach speeds of over 70 km/h.

Physics - Jul 1

TU Delft launches future proof research reactor with cold neutron source

More advanced and faster research is possible with the commissioning of the cold neutron source and the improved instruments of TU Delft Reactor Institute (RID) as of 27 June 2024. The first results of research are expected in October 2024, around the official reopening of the reactor.

TU Delft student team designs a self-supporting lunar village

Astronomy & Space

Dream Team -Space Oasis Delfthas designed a lunar village for 150+ residents. The dwellings have elements of biomimicry, contain a self-sustaining biosphere and simulate a day-night cycle as well as seasons. Smart design choices safeguard not only the occupants' safety but also their mental well-being.

Campus - Jun 26

TU Delft congratulates its oldest PhD graduate ever

On 17 June 2024, 89-year-old Hans van Duivendijk defended his doctoral thesis -Fighting Against the Currenton sealing dike breaches with relatively simple methods. This makes him the oldest PhD graduate ever at TU Delft.

Microtechnics - Jun 21

David Abbink receives Stevin Prize

David Abbink will receive this year's NWO Stevin Prize. The Stevin Prize and the Spinoza Prize are the most prestigious Dutch prizes in science. They are awarded annually to four scientists 'for their outstanding, pioneering and inspiring work', NWO said, announcing today. Abbink will receive 1.5 million euros to be spent on scientific research and knowledge exploitation. He receives the Stevin Prize in particular for the societal impact of his research.