IEEE ITS Institutional Lead Award for Bart van Arem
TU Delft test-drives new technologies on the roads of Noord Holland
Asphalt that lasts five times longer than conventional asphalt and self-healing concrete are just some of the new technologies that TU Delft is researching. Now the provincial authorities of Noord-Holland and TU Delft are putting these technologies through their paces in the real world. The aim of the partnership is to speed up testing time and promote the widespread application of successful infrastructure innovations.
H2020 grant for My-TRAC
Professor Hans van Lint of Delft integrated travel and traffic laboratory (DiTTlab) is involved in a new Horizon 2020 project My-TRAC that will receive 3,5 million euros funding from the H2020 programme Shift2Rail.
Booking.com supports five Delft Global Scholarships for women in technology
Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) has announced plans to award five Delft Global Scholarships to outstanding female students from sub-Saharan Africa in 2018. The scholarships have been made possible by a donation to the Delft University Fund by Booking.com. Each scholarship will cover the full cost of a two-year Master of Science programme, including living expenses.
First international students gain Bachelor’s degree in Applied Earth Sciences
Dhavissen Nayaren (Mauritius) and Ellie Roy (UK) are the first international students to successfully complete the bachelor’s programme in Applied Earth Sciences. Applied Earth Sciences has been taught completely in English from September 2014.