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22 January 2021

Well prepared for future disasters

22 January 2021

Well prepared for future disasters

15 January 2021

Special award for Pieternel Levelt and OMI satellite instrument team

Pieternel Levelt (Professor at TU Delft and Head at KNMI) and her international team were recently awarded a special award by the American Meteorological Society (AMS) for their successful OMI satellite project. The AMS awards recognise outstanding individuals and organisations in the field of weather, water and climate research.

15 January 2021

How coral reefs are affected by pollution

We know that coral reefs worldwide are in decline, but remarkably little is known about how exactly this happens. That is why a multidisciplinary team of Dutch and Caribbean researchers, including TU Delft’s Boris van Breukelen, will investigate this in the coming years. The project ‘SEALINK’ was recently awarded 3,5 million euros of funding as part of the Caribbean Research programme of the Dutch Research Council (NWO).

03 December 2020

Pieternel Levelt Director American NCAR

In the first quarter of 2021, Pieternel Levelt (Professor of Remote Sensing of the Earth Atmosphere) will start as director at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), located in the city of Boulder (Colorado). Despite her move to the US, she will continue to work as a part-time professor at our faculty.

02 December 2020

Success in second round of the Dutch Research Agenda

Researchers from the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences (CEG) will work in three consortia with the entire knowledge chain and societal organisations to conduct interdisciplinary research that will bring scientific and societal breakthroughs within reach. The awarded projects and consortia focus on societal questions, and receive funding from the Dutch Research Agenda (NWA) programme.

06 November 2020

Two CEG researchers receive Veni grant

The Dutch Research Council (NWO) has awarded a Veni grant worth up to 250,000 euros to two highly promising young scientists of the Faculty of Civil Engineering & Geosciences. The grant provides them with the opportunity to further elaborate their own ideas during a period of three years. A total of fourteen Veni's have been awarded to TU Delft researchers.

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