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11 October 2018

Yenni Villa Acuña nominated for Best Graduate 2018

Every year, TU Delft's eight faculties nominate their best graduates. At the ‘Best Graduate’ ceremony, each of the nominees presents a pitch on their graduation project. This year Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences nominated Yanni Villa Acuña.

03 October 2018

SPE Award for Jan Dirk Jansen

Prof. Dr. Ir. Jan Dirk Jansen has received SPE Distinguished Membership and Distinguished Achievement Award for Petroleum Engineering Faculty from Society of Petroleum Engineers

06 September 2018

Vibrations from underground nuclear test travel into atmosphere via earth and ocean

Noord-Korea heeft sinds 2006 vijf ondergrondse kernproeven uitgevoerd op hun nucleaire testlocatie Punggye-ri in het noordoosten van het land. De meest recente en krachtigste proef vond plaats op 3 september 2017. Onderzoekers van de TU Delft (Shahar Shani-Kadmiel, Pieter Smets and Läslo Evers) en KNMI hebben zowel de seismische als akoestische signalen van deze meest recente proef onderzocht.

28 June 2018

TU Delft Geo-engineering photo contest sponsored by KIVI Geotechniek, deadline 03-09-2018

04 June 2018

CEG alumna Martha Deen wins Marina van Dammebeurs 2018

Can we combat climate change by drawing energy from the ocean? Martha Deen, alumna Applied Earth Sciences, has the ambition to map the potential of marine energy. She convinced a jury and won the Marina van Damme scholarship 2018 for female alumni of TU Delft.

12 April 2018

Dutch contribution to European Plate Observatory System awarded

The department of Geoscience & Engineering is part of EPOS-NL, the Dutch contribution to the European infrastructure for geosciences, natural hazards and geo-resources. This project is one of the ten awarded proposals in the National Roadmap for Large-Scale Scientific Infrastructure by NWO.

29 March 2018

Micro-CT scanner reveals secrets hidden in prehistoric eggs

25 March 2018

Inaudible infrasound also useful for weather and climate forecasts

Research by Pieter Smets of TU Delft and the KNMI shows that infrasound can be used for weather and climate forecasts. These inaudible low sound waves can be used to gain a better picture of the stratosphere, which can barely be measured in any other way. On Wednesday 28 March, Smets will be awarded his PhD at TU Delft for his work on this subject.

08 February 2018

TU Professor advocates for nitrogen injection in Groningen

09 January 2018

“Vriendenbericht” about Prof. Dr. D.F. Bruhn, see page 8 and 9 (In Dutch)