Scientific integrity

As a publicly-funded organisation, TU Delft considers integrity and the ethical aspects of the professional behaviour of all its staff and students to be extremely important. To monitor the quality and independence of the integrity policy, the Executive Board is advised by the Coordination group on integrity. The coordination group is chaired by Prof.dr. S. Roeser (TPM), secretary is nr. J.J. Nuijten (jz@tudelft.nl).

TU Delft assumes that all staff involved in research and education will take personal responsibility in matters concerning academic and scientific integrity within the organisation. This is in accordance with the guidelines set out in the Netherlands Code of Conduct for Scientific Practice (Nederlandse Gedragscode Wetenschapsbeoefening, VSNU 2004, revised 2014).The code of conduct is currently being revised into the Netherlands Code of Conduct for Research Integrity

TU Delft also has its own Scientific and Academic Integrity Complaints Regulations, which include a complaints procedure for situations involving breaches of scientific or academic integrity that may occur within the organisation.

Regulations