Students can keep you up to date
Now an architect at ZJA in Amsterdam, Anurag Bhattacharya has never lost touch with TU Delft.
Convergence is the future of engineering sciences
TU Delft is increasing its collaboration with the universities and medical centres in Rotterdam and Leiden. This will also have an impact on alumni, says Rector Magnificus Tim van der Hagen. “Ultimately, all of our initiatives aim to benefit society, even if it’s not always noticeable overnight.”
Top-level science for the world’s poorest
On Global Impact Day, people from across the world met to discuss water, electricity, healthcare and more. In just five years, a research community has emerged that is developing TU Delft's ingenuity in order to help alleviate hardship and suffering in Asia and Africa.
The firm: Brighter Investment
Alumnus Thijs Mathot came up with a business model that can predict whether a student will be successful. His company Brighter Investment provides loans to students from Africa.
Museum of Failure
Tonie Mudde is science editor at de Volkskrant newspaper and studied Aerospace Engineering at TU Delft.