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14 June 2022

Vordering ‘slim én duurzaam’

Vordering ‘slim én duurzaam’

In 2018 publiceerden twintig transportorganisaties en kennisinstellingen samen het actieplan ‘Slim en duurzaam’ om de CO2-uitstoot van de luchtvaart te reduceren. Daarna volgden twee aanvullingen om inzicht te geven in activiteiten en behaalde resultaten. Vandaag is er een derde actualisatie beschikbaar die de huidige stand van zaken weergeeft.

31 May 2022

Wind energy top scientists together in Delft for TORQUE conference

Wind energy top scientists together in Delft for TORQUE conference

From 1 – 3 June 2022 the TU Delft Wind Energy Institute and the European Academy of Wind Energy will organize the prestigious Science of Making Torque from Wind Conference (TORQUE) 2022 in Delft. Leading scientists in wind energy will share the latest insights and ground-breaking research and discuss the grand challenges in wind energy still to tackle.

30 May 2022

Self-flying drones that monitor greenhouse diseases and pests

Self-flying drones that monitor greenhouse diseases and pests

TU Delft, Royal Brinkman and start-up Mapture have developed the next step in drone technology for agriculture. Their new AI-enabled drone takes off completely independently, flies over rows of plants and people in a greenhouse, takes high-resolution photos, and lands safely back on its charging station.

20 May 2022

More efficient aircraft maintenance through AI

More efficient aircraft maintenance through AI

Maintaining aircraft fleets smarter and more efficiently using AI? With a major study of several European universities and industries (ReMAP) with TU Delft as project leader, a step has been taken in the modernization of aircraft maintenance using Artificial Intelligence.

11 May 2022

Grants awarded within NWO-KIC call for ‘Wind and solar energy innovations’

Grants awarded within NWO-KIC call for ‘Wind and solar energy innovations’

Four research projects have been awarded funding within the KIC call for ‘Wind and solar energy innovations’, two of which are led by researchers from TU Delft's Faculty of Aerospace Engineering.

26 April 2022

Energy Challenge Event

Energy Challenge Event

On 9 June, the TU Delft campus will be all about students and their ideas for the future of the energy transition. This year, almost all students will pay extra attention in their education to the transition to a society where the energy supply is more sustainable.

20 April 2022

Floating wind turbines change everything

Floating wind turbines change everything

In order to become climate neutral by 2050, the share of renewable energy generated at sea will need to increase significantly. Floating wind turbines, solar panels and tidal power plants will play a crucial role in this.

19 April 2022

TU Delft intensifies research into floating wind turbines

TU Delft intensifies research into floating wind turbines

If it is up to the European Commission, all the energy used will come from renewable sources by 2050. Achieving this goal will require the large-scale use of floating wind turbines, says Axelle Viré, wind expert at TU Delft. ‘Although the technology is still in its infancy, it has enormous potential,’ she explains. ‘To capitalise on this potential, TU Delft is launching the Floating Renewables Lab: a lab facility that will tie together all the elements of the development chain for floating wind turbines and other offshore renewables with the help of numerical models and AI.’

14 April 2022

Significant contribution National Growth Fund to sustainable aviation

Significant contribution National Growth Fund to sustainable aviation

Today, the Nationaal Groeifonds announced 383 million would be given towards the future of aviation, of which 119 million euro conditional.

12 April 2022

Top players in the aviation sector and TU Delft aim to accelerate transition to sustainable aviation

Top players in the aviation sector and TU Delft aim to accelerate transition to sustainable aviation

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Royal Schiphol Group, Airbus, Royal NLR and TU Delft are entering into a close co-operation to develop the technology needed for climate-neutral flights in 2050.

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