Last update 3mE information: Thursday, 20 January 2022 | 8.00 am

3mE Information Corona virus

Up-to-date information on the measures taken by the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Maritime Engineering & Engineering Materials Science (3mE) against the spread of the Coronavirus Covid-19.

  • Work at home, unless there is no other choice. Working on location is done in consultation with the supervisor.
  • Research activities can continue to take place on campus if they are strictly site-specific (laboratories, etc.).
  • The Lagerhuys will be closed for drinks and festive activities until 25 January 2022.

Please continue to follow the basic hygiene rules and stay away from campus and test yourself, should you display any symptoms. Check out the corona web page for students or Brightspace for more information for students. For all general information on university-wide guidelines and measures, visit the central TU Delft Corona website.

Access 3mE building

  • The faculty is open on weekdays from 7:00 am to 10:00 pm. The building can only be accessed with a valid campus card from 7 am to 8 am and from 8 pm to 10 pm.
  • The labs are open for experimental work from 8 am to 5 pm. After 5 pm, labs must adhere to the ‘working safely outside office hours’ protocol.

Read more about accessing the campus on TU Delft’s central corona website.

Self-testing

All staff and students can order free self-tests. Regular self-testing helps the detection of asymptomatic spread of COVID-19, and it is advised to do regular self-tests when you come to the campus. The use of these self-tests is not mandatory and no requirement to access our campus or education. Visit www.zelftestonderwijs.nl for more information or to order free self-tests.

Education

Communication with 3mE students about 3mE education and examination takes place via BrightSpace. Also read the corona web page of TU Delft, the corona web page for students, PhD corona web page or BrightSpace for more information.

  • All students on campus wear a face mask, not only when moving between rooms, but also when sitting down in classrooms.
  • For education, there is a maximum group size of 75 students per classroom. An exception applies to examinations and exams.
  • Students are informed about the details of the relevant course by the lecturers via the BrightSpace course page.

Graduation sessions
Graduation sessions can take place at the faculty with the public, with a maximum of 75 people per room and 1.5 meters distance from each other. A face mask is mandatory for all attendees, as a graduation session is held in a teaching room.

Self-study places
For all students, self-study at TU Delft and thus at the 3mE faculty is possible again, with a maximum of 75 students per room. Self-study for students is also possible in Library, Science Center and Pulse (evenings), see Central study places on campus.

For questions or advice, please contact the study advisors of 3mE. They can be reached by email or via Skype.

Read more about education and thesis defences on the TU Delft Corona website.

Face masks

We expect that students, staff and visitors are wearing face mask on the TU Delft campus, including our faculty. Not only when moving but also when sitting in classrooms. Outside the educational areas and in offices, a face mask is recommended when moving, both indoors and outdoors, and in situations where a distance of 1.5 metres cannot be maintained.

The usual safety rules apply to microbiological, chemical and radiological laboratories.