News & Agenda
10 October 2020
Ongoing survey study of All-Risk
The program All-Risk has a new website and is currently looking for support in their survey!
02 October 2020
Professorship Coastal Structures for Marcel van Gent at TU Delft
The TU Delft executive board has appointed Dr. Marcel van Gent as professor of Coastal Structures. This addition to the Hydraulic Engineering department will further boost the cooperation between the university, Deltares and the hydraulic engineering sector.
10 September 2020
Multidisciplinary Project Proposal, CE Consultancy Project 2020-2021
Polder2C’s levee challenge: Design and test an innovative repair for a damaged levee.
21 August 2020
New staff member: Burhan Yildiz
Mr Burhan Yildiz has been working as a researcher and lecturer in the area of Hydraulics for more than 14 years. His desire to help people control rivers against disastrous outcomes and make everyone reach clean water triggered his motivation of hydraulics research. He is also a lover of mathematical calculations and mechanics and has pure joy when teaching the subjects to the students.
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.