News & Agenda
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.
09 December 2019
Student project opportunity
Fact-finding study for flooding of Venice (Nov 2019) and performance of the MOSE barrier.
03 December 2019
Understanding and predicting sandy beaches
Sand is the second most widely used raw material in the world, after water. Sand dunes keep our country safe from flooding.
08 November 2019
Guaranteeing freshwater with a virtual delta
Freshwater is vital for drinking water, nature, agriculture and industry. However, the availability of freshwater is under pressure in deltas throughout the world. Salty seawater is penetrating further up the rivers due to human intervention, such as the deepening of waterways, as equally climate change.
06 October 2019
Multidisciplinary Project Opportunity in Vancouver, Canada
Looking for a MDP group that is interested in developing coastal adaptation measures to sea level rise.
02 October 2019
M.Sc. Thesis: Fluid mechanics of trash clogging hydraulic structures in Indonesia
30 September 2019
Living Labs: the Sand Motor, Hondsbossche Duinen and the Hedwige-Prosperpolder
Within the programme Living Labs in the Dutch Delta researchers of Delft University of Technology will coordinate two projects. They are focused on large-scale nature-based interventions in the coastal and river area: the Sand Motor and the Hedwige-Prosperpolder.
19 September 2019
Delta21 verdient een D.O.H.O.
Column by Ties Rijcken.
28 August 2019
Call for Master student
Master project: Reliability analysis of sea-dikes in Shanghai city, China