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26 June 2019

Mobilizing young researchers and citizen scientists to close water data gaps

Young researchers and citizen scientists can and should be systematically mobilized with a common mobile data collection platform to help close ‘water data gaps’, says Jeffrey Davids. He defended his PhD-thesis on this subject on Thursday June 13th at TU Delft.

03 June 2019

Matthieu de Schipper bags New Scientist Science Talent award 2019

Assistent professor of Coastal Engineering Matthieu de Schipper is the New Scientist Science Talent of 2019. The announcement was made at the New Scientist Live event in Utrecht on May 31.

24 May 2019

Cooperation with German GFZ further strengthens geothermal research TU Delft

During a working visit of King Willem Alexander and Queen Maxima to the German state of Brandenburg, TU Delft and the German Research Centre for Geosciences (GFZ) signed a memorandum of understanding concerning research into geothermal energy.

24 May 2019

Vidi grants for cloud research and energy storage

Two researchers of the faculty of CEG, Louise Nuijens and Hadi Hajibeygi, have been awarded a Vidi grant by The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO). This grant offers them the possibility of developing their own line of research and building their own research group.

14 May 2019

The Sand Motor review: results and reflections on the NatureCoast programme

How can the Dutch Sand Motor help nature protect the Dutch coast? And can this knowledge be used to combat coastal erosion in Jamaica? The newly published ‘The Sand Motor: a nature-based response to climate change’ outlines the most important results and reflections on the multidisciplinary NatureCoast programme which ran from 2013 to 2017.

26 April 2019

Royal Honour for Prof. Jan Dirk Jansen

Professor Jan Dirk Jansen, Dean and Professor of Reservoir Systems and Control at the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences (CEG), has just been made a Knight of the Order of the Netherlands Lion in Delft.

16 April 2019

TU Delft Campus living lab for autonomous driving

Along the Leeghwaterstraat on TU Delft Campus masts are currently being erected to monitor bicycle and car traffic. This will turn this part of the campus into a living lab for research into the behavior of cyclists and autonomous driving.

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