Working at the TU Delft
The climate, energy transition, the growth of cities, digital society, health. At the TU Delft you take on these global challenges.
When you work at TU Delft, you are ambitiously working on positive change through world-class research, education and innovation.
Whether it concerns quantum computing, sustainable aviation, clean water or robots. Along with colleagues and students, you devise and develop solutions using technology to have a positive impact on a global scale.
Challenge. Change. Impact!
See what your future colleagues are working on. Read TU Delft Stories
TU Delft Stories
reading time: 6 min
Is hydrogen-powered air travel the future?Hydrogen is a sustainable alternative to kerosene-powered air travel because there are no CO₂ emissions. But hydrogen is also associated with challenges and risks, such as the danger of explosion. TU Delft scientist Dr. Ivan Langella aims to use mathematical models, high-fidelity computational simulations and experiments to develop a zero-emission hydrogen-powered engine that will enable aircraft to fly safely and efficiently.
reading time: 4 min
Giving all children space to playSeveral hundred children in the Netherlands are lying in hospital beds, undergoing cancer treatment; around the world, that number is in the millions. Treatment can last for months and, even when a child’s treatment comes to an end, there are the follow up visits, which go on for a further three years on average. Children undergoing cancer treatment lose out on a lot, from attending school to playing sports. Boudewijn Boon, who just completed his PhD at the Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering, developed a framework in his thesis to help these children with something else they miss out on: play.
Watching time: 12 min