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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Ant insights lead to robot navigation breakthrough

Microtechnics - Jul 17
Microtechnics

Have you ever wondered how insects are able to go so far beyond their home and still find their way?

Sport - Jul 18

Innovative clothing for Olympic cycling team | TU Delft

KNWU and AGU recently presented the new, innovative cycling jersey for the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Paris. , together with NOC*NSF and Sportconfex, collaborated on the design, with a specific focus on aerodynamics.

Paleontology - Jul 17

Results of initiatives on fossil industry cooperation

TU Delft is committed to supporting the energy transition and seeks to collaborate with partners who endorse this mission. The question how cooperation with the fossil fuel industry contributes to the energy transition is a topic of significant interest both within and outside the university.

Environment - Jul 11

Designing a decision-support tool for climate adaptive urban planning

Environment

Heat stress and air pollution ravages cities more and more. In a new Horizon Europe project, researchers will develop a digital twin that supports decision makers to design resilient urban areas that can cope with the changing climate. Researchers from TU Delft and 18 other partners receive the Horizon Europe grant for their project called UrbanAIR.

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.

Revealing coastal sediment pathways

Stuart Pearson, coastal engineer at TU Delft, receives a NWO Veni grant to investigate sediment pathways. He will specifically focus on tracking individual sand grains. Revealing the interconnected network of sediment pathways that shape our coast will help us to better manage the sediment that builds ecosystems and protects us against flooding.

Environment - Jul 19

Thirteen promising young Delft researchers receive Veni grant

The Dutch Research Council (NWO) has awarded thirteen young TU Delft researchers from the Science (ENW) and Applied and Engineering Sciences (TTW) domains, a Veni grant of up to 320,000 euro. This will allow the laureates to further develop their own research ideas over the next three years. A total of 174 Veni grants were awarded.

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 co

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.