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10 April 2018

More accurate depth measurements

Dr. Mirjam Snellen designed an algorithm to determine the sound velocity profile from the already measured echo data.

10 April 2018

IAWA scholarship for female students

The IAWA is again inviting you to apply for a scholarship opportunity for female BSc and MSc students from Aerospace Engineering.

06 April 2018

Synergy Certificate for the smart production of composites

05 April 2018

First BVLOS Flight in the Netherlands

Researchers from the MAVLab tested the first unmanned aerial vehicle ‘beyond visual line of site’ (or BVLOS) this month, flying the delftAcopter from the Dutch mainland to the island Schiermonnikoog. The flight was one of a series of tests to see if such vehicles could be used to deliver medical or other supplies during emergencies.

29 March 2018

TU Delft ranks high in new MIT assessment

20 March 2018

OPZuid financing for DCMC Fieldlab

The Development Center for Maintenance of Composites (DCMC) will enter a new phase with the approval of OPZuid financing for the establishment of a Fieldlab in Woensdrecht, The Netherlands.

13 March 2018

Nigel Drenthe first-time winner Heinz Stoewer Space award

On 6 March 2018, Nigel Drenthe was announced as the first-time winner of the Heinz Stoewer Space Award for his thesis work, titled “SOLSTICE, Small Orbital Launch Vehicles, a Tentative Initial Cost Estimate”.

13 March 2018

Wouter Terra makes cyclists go faster – in a sports hall

TU TV interviewed aerodynamics researcher Wouter Terra of the Aerodynamics, Wind Energy, Flight Performance & Propulsion (AWEP) Department about his and his colleagues’ work on the question of how to make cyclist cycle faster.

13 March 2018

‘Flying start’ for Unmanned Valley

On 6 March the municipality of Katwijk and TU Delft announced that they established the Unmanned Valley foundation that allows companies, research and education institutes and governments to work together on cutting edge innovation in robotics and unmanned systems.

13 March 2018

Extraterrestrial kids lectures Science Centre started

On Sunday 11 March the series ‘extraterrestrial kids lectures’ at the Science Centre Delft started with a lecture by Jasper Bouwmeester ‘How to build a satellite.’ About 80 children from 8 to 12 years old will follow a total of four lectures about space, organised by the Science Centre as part of their MuseumJeugdUniversiteit programme.