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09 April 2020

CEG Keynote webinar series 2

Now that we all work (mostly) from home, the strategy team of our faculty has thought of a way to get together online, to give each other our collegial supports and positive energy and have scientific events. Therefore, the strategy team has come up with the CEG Keynote webinar series, preferably once in a month, to cover topics of wide interest to our faculty staff and students.

26 March 2020

Virus spreading in ride-sharing networks

25 March 2020

CEG Keynote webinar series

How do we make a transition to energy systems with much lower greenhouse gas emissions? Join the first webinar to get together with colleagues, students and alumni.

12 March 2020

Strength of wooden pile foundations in Amsterdam

The municipality of Amsterdam and CEG have agreed to develop a method together to gain a better understanding of the structural state of the wooden pile foundations that are used in many bridges and quay walls in Amsterdam. Some of these pile foundations are more than 500 years old.

12 March 2020

New Department Chair of Hydraulic Engineering

Professor Stefan Aarninkhof is the new Department Chair of Hydraulic Engineering as of 1 March 2020. He takes over the activities of professor Wim Uijttewaal, who has led the department for four years.

04 March 2020

TU Delft proud of high positions in the global QS Subject Ranking

The World University Rankings by Subjects 2020, published today, places TU Delft 2nd worldwide in the discipline Civil & Structural Engineering, further strengthening the global top position of our faculty.

03 March 2020

Researching landfill emissions

TU Delft researcher Julia Gebert is in the lead of a new fundamental research project about landfill emissions.

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