News and agenda
29 June 2023
Three Vidi's for 3mE: Wouter Westerveld, Remco Hartkamp and Carlas Smith
Eight researchers from TU Delft, including two from the 3mE Faculty, namely Wouter Westerveld, Remco Hartkamp and Carlas Smith, received a Vidi grant in June for their research proposals.
16 May 2023
Sikke Klein in various media
13 April 2023
Othon Moultos has been awarded an NWO OTP grant of 1 million euros for water treatment research
The board of NWO Domain Applied and Engineering Sciences awards funding to seven research projects through the Open Technology Programme, a programme that gives companies and other organisations a way to join scientific research that should lead to applicable knowledge. One of the seven proposals has been awarded to Othon Moultos.
17 March 2023
Ad van Wijk in various media
13 March 2023
Earl Goetheer in various media
16 February 2023
The Ship Hydromechanics lab welcomes the upgraded Wave-Flume Tank
A number of internal relocations have taken place in the 3mE building the past year and one of them was the relocation of the Wave-Flume Tank. The tank has been moved from building section J to the API hall nearby in Leeghwaterstraat to create space for projects being conducted in the Fluid Mechanics Lab. The Wave-Flume Tank has returned home: at the Ship Hydromechanics Lab.
02 February 2023
Lorenzo Botto has been awarded an ERC Proof of Concept grant
His research is based on a previous ERC grant on graphene nanoparticles, in which centrifugation was used to sort particles by size classes.
30 January 2023
NWO-xs grant for new ‘Green’ way to produce Ammonia
The Dutch Research Council (NWO) has awarded Mahinder Ramdin (P&E) an NWO-xs grant for his ‘Green Ammonia Production’ project, GAPLiC. Ammonia is important in the production of fertiliser, and therefore mass food production, but the current ammonia production process consumes enormous amounts of energy - 1% of all the energy produced globally.
22 December 2022
Willem Haverkort in various media
22 December 2022