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27 juni 2016

2nd Petrus-OPERA PhD and Early-Stage Researchers Conference 2016

From 27th June at 10:00 up to 1st July at 15:00, 2016 Delft University of Technology will host the second PETRUS-OPERA PhD Conference in Delft, the Netherlands, dedicated to: ‘Radioactive Waste Management and Geological Disposal’ in conjunction with the Reactor Institute Delft. You are welcome to register to attend and/or present relevant work.

15 juni 2016

A reading by Emeritus Professor S. Kroonenberg about his book “Why hell stinks of Sulfur”

The Mijnbouwkundige Vereeniging has organised the reading on Wednesday June 15th 2016 at 19:00 (walk in 18:30).

01 mei 2016

Geoscience students ended first in the Imperial Barrel Award competition

The Imperial Barrel Award is an annual competition organized by the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) for Geoscience MSc students from universities around the world. Each team receives a data set (2D and/or 3D seismic data, petrophysical logs, cores etc.) and has to define exploration targets in the area of interest.

12 februari 2016

Negar Khoshnevis Gargar wins DEWIS Award

On Friday 12th of February, Negar Khoshnevis Gargar has won the DEWIS Award for Best Female PhD candidate TU Delft over the past year.

01 februari 2016

Book: The Rare Earth Elements - An Introduction

This book, writtenby J.H.L. Voncken, deals with the rare earth elements (REE), which are a series of 17 transition metals: scandium, yttrium and the lanthanide series.

25 januari 2016

4th Delft Summer School 2016

The Petroleum-Engineering Section of the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands is organizing the 4th Delft Summer School on “Gas and Solvent Enhanced Oil Recovery”.

20 januari 2016

Negar Khoshnevis Gargar doctoral research nominated for DEWIS award

Negar Khoshnevis Gargar doctoral research has been nominated for the DEWIS award, an annual accolade presented by Delft Women in Science (DEWIS) to the most talented female PhD graduate at TU Delft. She obtained her cum laude doctorate with a research thesis entitled “Combustion for Enhanced Recovery of Light Oil at Medium Pressures”.

20 januari 2016

Two projects on geothermal engineering awarded by EU

Geothermal energy has huge heating potential. How can geothermal wells be enhanced to make the most of this renewable energy source? Two projects on improving the potential of geothermal wells have been awarded as part of the EU’s Horizon 2020 Innovation Programme. David Bruhn, part-time professor for Geothermal Engineering at TU Delft, is involved in both projects