OTB - Research for the built environment
OTB seeks to make a visible contribution to society by addressing societal challenges in the field of the built environment. We do this by means of our specialist scientific research and education in this area as part of the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment. The emphasis lies on scientific impact and societal relevance. We aim to increase the significance of scientific research, while continuing to focus on the vital exchange between problem-oriented and practically applicable research.
“Geo Delft 2018 will become a unique conference"
Never before these leading geo-information science events have been organized within one joint conference at one location.
Better integration policies and more agglomeration benefits for second-tier cities
Second-tier cities in particular can access greater agglomeration benefits, increase their functional performance, share resources more wisely and become more powerful political players to further pursue the agenda of decentralisation advocated by policy-makers and researchers across Europe.
Insight in market potential for energy renovations of the European housing sector
As part of the Climate KIC Flagship programme Building Technology Accelerator a series of Building Market Briefs are developed. These are reports that provide the building industry with insight in the market potential for energy renovations of the housing sector in Europe. TU Delft processes the information for the Netherlands.