News & Agenda
30 June 2020
Historic floods reveal how salt marshes can save lives in the future
Coastal wetlands like salt marshes are increasingly recognized as valuable natural defenses that protect coasts against strong wave attacks.
31 March 2020
Graduations from April 6
Click here to read the current rules due to the coronavirus, for students who graduate from April 6 and for whom the graduation date has already been scheduled.
12 March 2020
New Department Chair of Hydraulic Engineering
Professor Stefan Aarninkhof is the new Department Chair of Hydraulic Engineering as of 1 March 2020. He takes over the activities of professor Wim Uijttewaal, who has led the department for four years.
26 February 2020
TU Delft Delta Links
The new DeltaLinks are available [Dutch only].
14 February 2020
Postdoc (PhD) position
Development of a probabilistic design method for rock groynes
13 February 2020
Master Thesis Opportunity
The inclusion of flood defences in flood hazard maps.
31 January 2020
New staff member: Hassan Niazi
We warmly welcome Hassan in our department! Click here to read his introductory words.
30 January 2020
MSc Thesis proposal
Building with Nature Solutions in Flood Defenses. Looking for a student to start straightaway (early 2020).
17 December 2019
Building offshore wind turbines quickly and gently without disturbing marine life
How can you build foundations for offshore wind turbines creating as little disturbance as possible?
09 December 2019
Waddenacademieprijs Vincent Vuik
Vincent Vuik has been awarded the price of the Wadden Academy for his PhD thesis Building Safety with Nature. Salt Marshes for Flood Risk Reduction.