For more than a year now, our lives have been dominated by Covid-19. I am constantly pleasantly surprised by the resilient way so many people at TU Delft have managed to cope, each in their own way.
Resilience means designing for change
Natural disasters are familiar territory for Dr Tina Comes, researcher in disaster management at TPM and director of research at the 4TU Centre for Resilience Engineering.
Resilient transport: shareable, small-scale and lightweight
How can transport networks become more resilient? Professor of Transport Modelling Bart van Arem (CEG) envisages plenty of opportunities.
Software for improving suicide prevention
If you work for a suicide prevention chatline, a mental block can mean the difference between life and death, says Salim Salmi, who developed software to assist staff dealing with callers.
Resilience at a time of crisis
Coronavirus has turned student life upside down. Lecture rooms have been replaced by computer screens and study associations and catering facilities have closed.
Resilience and the circular economy
TU Delft focuses a great deal of attention to the circular economy in its online teaching. Resilient designs play a key role in this.