The importance of fundamental glass research
The TU Delft Glass and Transparency group received the Encouragement Glass Award from Bouwend Nederland. The award acknowledges the importance of fundamental academic glass research to develop new solutions for the future.
Tools and criteria for urban water management
Thom Bogaard (associate professor water management) was awarded a grant worth EUR 250.000 by NWO for his proposal on improving sustainable water resources management.
The Hague worst hit in the case of extreme precipitation
A new precipitation index compares the risks that different cities face from extreme rainfall. In The Netherlands, The Hague will be affected most.
TU Delft researchers visit Great Barrier Reef to rehabilitate coral
This week a team of researchers from TU Delft, Van Oord and Australia’s national science agency CSIRO are travelling to the Great Barrier Reef off the coast of Australia to test a new method for the large-scale rehabilitation of coral.
Subsidence in the Netherlands greater than expected
Subsidence in The Netherlands is much greater than expected, according to data from the new Dutch Land Subsidence Map presented this week.
NWO funds 5 CEG research projects into deep subsurface processes under the Netherlands
NWO awarded more than 4 million euros to 5 innovative research projects from the faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences (CEG) for research into the effect of human interventions deep under the ground.
Hadi Hajibeygi Innovative Teaching Talent 2018
Hadi Hajibeygi, assistant professor in the faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences has been elected Innovative Teaching Talent 2018. He lectures on the courses, Reservoir Simulation, Rock Fluid Physics and Advanced Reservoir Simulation, and set up the DARSIM research group.