24 May 2022
Climate change also measured by the sound of glaciers
In winter, glaciers are silent. But in the summer, it turns out that they generate infrasound through calving ice and meltwater. This is an inaudible sound to humans, but is picked up by high resolution measuring instruments.
17 May 2022
New Professor Sebastian Geiger at CEG
17 May 2022
Trapped between green goals and geopolitical reality [TU Delta Article]
Raw material shortages are putting the brakes on the energy transition. It is time for more (urban) mining in Europe and policy to get the circular economy off the ground.
16 May 2022
Can TU Delft still work with the oil industry?
Delft's climate mission no longer makes working with the oil industry a given. Prof. Dr. Giovanni Bertotti (Geoscience and Engineering (GSE)) works at the department with the most collaborations in the oil and gas industry. The shift from fossil to renewable energy is taking place slowly but irreversibly. What does that mean for collaborations?
12 May 2022
Creation of the Energy Simulation Centre for GeoEnergy
Energi Simulation, a Calgary-based not-for-profit organization, has committed an investment exceeding $1,000,000 Canadian Dollars over the next three years to support Dr. Hadi Hajibeygi and Professor Sebastian Geiger, from the Department of Geoscience and Engineering at the Delft University of Technology, to grow their geoscience and reservoir engineering research activities in energy transition and support innovative science on the transition to a low-carbon energy future.
12 April 2022
GSE in the media: Dominique Ngan & Deyan Draganov
At the end of March, Dominique Ngan-Tillard and Deyan Draganov performed a geophysical investigation at the orphans' cemetery in Neerbosch, Nijmegen. They were invited there by the Foundation Memento Mori to try to image unknown graves.
11 April 2022
Two CEG researchers receive Veni grant
The Dutch Research Council (NWO) has awarded a Veni grant worth up to 280,000 euros to two highly promising young scientists of the Faculty of Civil Engineering & Geosciences. The grant provides them with the opportunity to further elaborate their own ideas during a period of three years. A total of nine Veni's have been awarded to TU Delft researchers.
10 April 2022
Sustainable mining on European soil ‘indispensable for energy transition’
07 March 2022
Underground storage of hydrogen - Catalyst of sustainable energy transition
14 January 2022
De aarde als batterij - Hadi Hajibeygi
Waar sla je overtollige windenergie op als het lekker waait en windmolens overuren draaien? In de ondergrond, zegt ingenieur Hadi Hajibeygi van de TU Delft. Gebruik het overschot aan duurzame energie om water te splitsen in zuurstof en waterstof, en bewaar de waterstof als reservevoorraad energie voor windstille dagen, is daarbij het idee. De ondergrond is dan de ideale opbergplek. Geo.brief zocht hem (via een online gesprek) op.