21 January 2022
TU Delft supercomputer officially opened
As of 2022, TU Delft will have its own supercomputer: DelftBlue. The official opening of this DelftBlue supercomputer was on Thursday, January 20th. Researchers, students and education can use the computing power of the Delft High Performance Computing Centre (DHPC) to solve and calculate complex societal issues.
20 January 2022
Delft students present new sustainable hydrogen-powered racing car
TU Delft students presented their latest hydrogen-powered racing car on the Scheveningen Pier last Tuesday. With its top speed of 300 kilometers per hour, the 'Forze IX' is expected to compete with Porsches and Lamborghinis on the Zandvoort circuit and definitively break the spell for hydrogen in the automotive industry.
14 January 2022
TU Delft anniversary dedicated to energy transition
On Friday 14 January, TU Delft celebrated its 180th Dies Natalis, or birthday. The university has chosen ‘speeding up the energy transition’ as theme for the anniversary celebrations, which will continue over 180 days after Friday’s official Dies Natalis ceremony.
13 January 2022
SpaceX launches TU Delft mini-satellite: will it survive in space?
During the Transporter-3 satellite launch by SpaceX on 13 January from Cape Canaveral a small satellite from Delft will also travel into space. The DelfiPQ is one of the smallest satellites in the world.