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21 September 2023

Last doctoral candidate Huub Savenije

Last doctoral candidate Huub Savenije

03 August 2023

Peter Teunissen awarded Fellow and Honorary Member of IUGG

Peter Teunissen awarded Fellow and Honorary Member of IUGG

Professor Teunissen of Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands, was elected Fellow and Honorary Member of the IUGG ‚Äėfor his exceptional contributions and international leadership in the geodetic sciences, satellite positioning and navigation

28 March 2023

TU Delft | Water for Impact at the UN Water Conference in New York

TU Delft | Water for Impact at the UN Water Conference in New York

During the plenary opening of the UN2023 Water Conference on March 22nd in New York City, all representatives were asking for more awareness, discussions, and most importantly, #WaterAction. Researchers from the TU Delft | Water for Impact programmes were present in New York to do just that: share knowledge, activitate participants and bring together international water experts to accelerate the search for global solutions. 

18 October 2022

Rarest extreme rainstorms will become even more intense

Rarest extreme rainstorms will become even more intense

Promovendus Gaby Gr√ľndemann berekende de regenval in 2071-2100 voor vier toekomstscenario‚Äôs, vari√ęrend van een wereld waarin de bevolkingsgroei en de fossiele energiebehoefte blijven toenemen tot een wereld die zich focust op duurzaamheid en een dalende CO2-uitstoot. Hoe dan ook zullen zowel de meest zeldzame buien als de jaarlijkse extreme buien in elk scenario heviger worden.

13 October 2022

Volcanic rocks solving CO2 problems

Volcanic rocks solving CO2 problems

What if we could capture CO2 from the atmosphere and permanently store it under the ground in the form of solid minerals? Applied Earth Sciences student Elara Redondo Garcia didn’t think twice when she had to opportunity to go to Iceland, where they are researching CO2 mineral trapping.