06 July 2021
Untappable communication becomes practical with new system in future quantum internet
Engineers from QuTech (a collaboration between TU Delft and TNO) can provide untappable communication.
30 June 2021
The wind app which puts the wind in your sails
Catching the breeze may bring you gold but sail too close to the wind and you’ll miss the boat. Combined with a sailor’s intuition meteorologist Sukanta Basu’s highly detailed wind forecast may well help the Dutch sailing team secure a win at the Olympics this year.
29 June 2021
NWO appoints Karen Aardal to the board of the NWO Domain Science
Professor Karen Aardal was appointed as board member of the NWO Domain Science. As a professor at the Delft Institute of Applied Mathematics, Aardal brings with her an enormous knowledge on the area of applied mathematics and theoretical computer science.
28 June 2021
Dutch Universities shine a light on essential Design Engineering Sciences sector
First sector portrait for design engineering sciences presented to Ministry of Education, Culture and Science
28 June 2021
Appointment of first chef d'emission: TU Delft cheers on sporting climate campaign
Three-times world champion in sailing Marcelien de Koning has been appointed the world's first ‘chef de emission’. With this NOC*NSF wants to promote making sports and society more sustainable. “An excellent idea”, according to professor Andy van den Dobbelsteen, Sustainability Coordinator at TU Delft. TU Delft has a long history of working with NOC*NSF on innovations in top-level sports and will be the first one helping the chef de emission with knowledge in the field of sustainability.
22 June 2021
TU Delft presents its perspective on Recognition & Rewards
21 June 2021
Broad support for ambitious climate policy if four conditions are met
Onderzoekers stelden ruim 10.000 Nederlanders in staat de overheid te adviseren over klimaatbeleid. Het eindrapport is nu online.
17 June 2021
Sand on the horizon
It’s a decade since the creation of the Sand Motor, an artificial sand bank off the North Sea coast. What happens to a natural system following human intervention on such a large scale? That question has been the focus of professor of Coastal Engineering Stefan Aarninkhof’s research for the last ten years. The results, he hopes, will pave the way to a full-scale experimental climate lab.
16 June 2021
Lunar Zebro and TNO join forces to pave the way to the Moon
Lunar Zebro, an ambitious team at TU Delft will work together with TNO (The Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research) to build the lightest and smallest Moon rover to date.
15 June 2021
TU Delft becomes New European Bauhaus partner
TU Delft has been selected as a partner of the New European Bauhaus, a think-do tank initiated by the President of the European Commission.