Quieter airports and wind turbines
Salil Luesutthiviboon is passionate about noise reduction. Having completed an Aerospace master’s in 2017, his research aims to contribute to a sustainable and quiet future by reducing noise at airports and also at wind turbines.
Bedrock below West Antarctica rising surprisingly fast
Researchers have found that the bedrock below the West Antarctic Ice Sheet is rising much more rapidly than expected, revealing a very different Earth structure than previously believed. This discovery has important implications in understanding climate changes in Antarctica. The team of researchers, from ten universities including TU Delft, report on their findings in Science on June 22th.
Aerospace students are GoFly winners
A team of TU Delft students is one of the ten winners in the first round of Boeing's GoFly competition.
Antarctica ramps up sea level rise
Ice losses from Antarctica have increased global sea levels by 7.6 mm since 1992, with two fifths of this rise (3 mm) coming in the last five years alone.The findings are from a major climate assessment known as the Ice Sheet Mass Balance Inter-comparison Exercise (IMBIE), to which TU Delft also contributed, and are published today in Nature.
Aircraft Noise and Climate Effects wins state-of-the-art multibeam echo sounder
The Aircraft Noise and Climate Effects group is the winner of the R2Sonic Multispectral Challenge. The prize is a R2Sonic 2026 multispectral multibeam echo sounder.
Sizzling Summer of Space van start – publiek welkom bij topsprekers van het ISU Space Studies Program 2018
Een astronauten-panel, de man die de Hubble-telescoop een nieuwe ‘bril’ gaf, ruimtevaartfilms, een speciaal science café in Den Haag, Breakthrough Starshot over de missie naar Alpha Centauri, en een LEGO-robotcompetitie tussen scholieren en de SSP18-studenten.
Aerospace Women’s Day
On May 29, 2018, the fifth Aerospace Women's day will be held. The event aims to bring students and young professionals together to network and share experiences.
Delfi-C3: first TU Delft satellite celebrates 10 years in space
On April 28, 2018 nanosatellite Delfi-C3 will celebrate its ten anniversary in orbit.
More accurate depth measurements
Dr. Mirjam Snellen designed an algorithm to determine the sound velocity profile from the already measured echo data.
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.