How do different planning responses relate to the spatial form and performance of ‘territories-in-between’? What is the architectural status quo and the role of architecture at the railway sites in the northern Randstad (the megalopolis in the west of the Netherlands)? These are two of the questions PhD candidates are trying to answer at Graduate School A+BE.
During their 4-year programme, PhD candidates work on a project within one of our nine research programmes. The final product of the PhD research is a thesis, which preferably contains four or five scientific articles published in or accepted by peer-reviewed journals.
Below is a selection of ongoing PhD projects within each research programme:
PhD projects within Architectural Project & its Foundations
PhD projects within Design Engineering
PhD projects within Design & History
PhD projects within Geoinformation Technology & Governance
PhD projects within Housing in a Changing Society
PhD projects within Innovation in Management of the Built Environment
PhD projects within Urban and Regional Studies
PhD projects within Urbanism
More interested in completed theses?
TU Delft Library has a database that contains, amongst other publications, the dissertations defended at Delft. They are available, as abstracts and in their entirety, in portable document format (PDF).
This link will take you to our Faculty’s selection.