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


27 July 2019

Students from TU Delft and VU Amsterdam present recumbent bike they hope will go faster than 121.8 km/h

Students from TU Delft and VU Amsterdam present recumbent bike they hope will go faster than 121.8 km/h

On Saturday 27 July the Human Power Team, a student team from TU Delft and VU Amsterdam, presented their latest aerodynamic bike at the Dutch National Military Museum in Soesterberg. The team hope that this recumbent bike, named the VeloX 9, will break the world speed record for cycling – which currently stands at 121.8 km/h – in the Nevada desert in the USA.

22 July 2019

Delft Hyperloop students fourth in SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition

Delft Hyperloop students fourth in SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition

On Sunday 21 July 2019, the Delft Hyperloop student team took fourth place in the final of the 2019 SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition in Los Angeles. The team's hyperloop pod – a vehicle that can reach extremely high speeds in a vacuum tube due to the fact that it experiences virtually no drag – reached a top speed of 196 km/h in a one-kilometre-long vacuum tube. This meant that the team trailed, among others, their German rivals from the University of Munich, who won the competition with a speed of 465 km/h.

06 July 2019

TU Delft Solar Boat Team world champion solar boat racing on open sea

TU Delft Solar Boat Team world champion solar boat racing on open sea

The TU Delft Solar Boat Team became world champion in open-sea solar boat racing during the Solar & Energy Boat Challenge 2019. The challenge took place on Friday 5 and Saturday 6 July in Monaco. This was the first time in the history of the team that it took part in the offshore class, and it is the first Dutch team to race on the open sea with a solar-powered boat.

28 June 2019

Second place for students Delft University of Technology during International Submarine Races

Second place for students Delft University of Technology during International Submarine Races

With a top speed of 12,2 km/h, the WASUB team has finished second during the World Cup for human powered submarines in Washington. After days of neck-and-neck battle with the Canadian team they were only 0,3 km/h short for the first place.

14 June 2019

Students of the Delft University of Technology reveal new rocket: Stratos IV

Students of the Delft University of Technology reveal new rocket: Stratos IV

The Delft Aerospace Rocket Engineering team revealed their latest rocket, the Stratos IV. A rocket that was entirely designed, built and will be launched, by students, to the edge of space! The show wouldn't have been complete without the perfect rocket transportation, a Corvette C7, just like the Apollo astronauts drove 50 years ago.

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