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23 November 2018

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.

19 November 2018

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.

15 November 2018

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.

09 November 2018

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.

06 November 2018

'Lack of ambition in much-needed modernisation of Dutch railways'

According to Rob Goverde, professor of Railway Traffic Operations & Management, Dutch railways should switch much faster to the modern European ERTMS communication standard for rail traffic control and safety. This is a key message in his inaugural address to be held at TU Delft on Friday, 9 November.

05 November 2018

Sound as an influencing factor on safe cycling

Agnieszka Stelling explores how sound impacts cyclist traffic safety. She will obtain her doctorate from TU Delft on Monday, 5 November 2018 with research into this subject.

04 November 2018

Inaugural speech prof. Bas van de Wiel - The Nighttime Weather: a piece of cake?

Our daily weather has always intrigued many of us. From day to day we experience how the continuously changing weather patterns affect our ongoing activities and plans. On a sunny moment we may decide to go for a nice walk in the park, while a few hours later after a heavy thunderstorm we have to repair our roof.