The Delft University of Technology is well known for its successful student teams. These TU Delft | Dream Teams are solely managed by the motivated students themselves. With every year a completely new international and interdisciplinary team, they participate in competitions to put technical innovation on the map that contributes to a better future. There is also a number of student teams that are involved in Special Projects in smaller groups and for a shorter period of time. From team management, to designing and producing their inventions, it all happens at TU Delft | Dream Hall. Because at this location, located on the TU Delft campus, young engineers make dreams come true. Together with the staff members of the TU Delft | Dream Hall, the TU Delft | Dream Teams and Special Project Teams form the D:DREAM community, where D:DREAM stands for 'Delft: Dream Realization of Extremely Advanced Machines'. This website presents all the information about D:DREAM, our teams and the hall, so look around and discover!
 

Click below to find out what our Dream Teams do and how they fight for a better future.

News


30 October 2022

TU Delft campus full of marveled faces

TU Delft campus full of marveled faces

TU Delft opened its doors to families last Sunday for the annual free Science Day, organized by the TU Delft Science Centre. More than 3.000 visitors, young and old, came to meet TU Delft, startups, foundations and other local organizations this weekend.

07 June 2020

Eco-Runner Team Delft reveals its new efficient hydrogen-powered city car

Eco-Runner Team Delft reveals its new efficient hydrogen-powered city car

10 September 2019

TU Delft and VU Amsterdam students break cycling world speed record with 122.12 km/h

TU Delft and VU Amsterdam students break cycling world speed record with 122.12 km/h

On the 10th of September, The Human Power Team, made up of students from TU Delft and VU Amsterdam, broke the women’s world speed record for cycling. Athlete Rosa Bas reached a speed of 122.12 km/h, breaking the old record that stood at 121.8 km/h. The students have constructed their own aerodynamic recumbent bike to take part in the World Human Powered Speed Challenge, taking place until 14 September in the Nevada Desert in the USA.

19 August 2019

TU Delft’s hydrogen racing car wins second place

TU Delft’s hydrogen racing car wins second place

The Forze VIII, developed by TU Delft students, was the first ever hydrogen racing car to secure a podium place in an official race this weekend. On Saturday 17 August, team Forze finished second in the Supercar Challenge at the TT Circuit in Assen. The race saw the team’s hydrogen racing car beat conventional petrol-powered racing cars.

29 July 2019

TU Delft students narrowly miss out on title at the world championships for energy-efficient construction

TU Delft students narrowly miss out on title at the world championships for energy-efficient construction

On Sunday 28 July the TU Delft MOR (Modular Office Renovation) team finished second at the 2019 Solar Decathlon Europe. MOR was the only Dutch team at the world championships for building energy-efficient houses, which took place in Szentendre, Hungary. The TU Delft students with their self-built energy-efficient house were at the top of the overall ranking from the start of the competition, but were overtaken by the French team HABITER2030 on the thrilling final day.

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