TU Delft will celebrate its 180th anniversary on 14 January 2022.
Working on accelerating the energy transition
On its 180th anniversary in January, TU Delft will reflect on its role in the energy transition, and especially on how to accelerate it.
24/7 Energy Lab: local, autonomous and CO2 free
At present, households account for 20% of the Netherlands’ energy consumption.
‘It looks like there is finally some real momentum in this technology’
Will the thorium reactor finally get off the ground?
Tarnoc develops electrical central heating boiler
The Delft tech start-up Tarnoc was one of the winners of the WarmteWissel 2020 with its heat pump.
Lifelike look-alike of the power grid
Professor Peter Palensky is developing a digital twin of the Dutch electricity grid, making it possible to do free research on innovations…
The view of Kornelis Blok
Professor of Energy Systems Analysis Kornelis Blok, who also contributes to IPCC reports on climate mitigation, is chairman of the TU Delft…
‘A year abroad will do away with any preconceived notions’
Design researcher, comedian and de Volkskrant columnist Jasper van Kuijk talks about what interests him.
Energy transition? Energy revolution!
TU Delft was born towards the end of the first industrial revolution.
The firm - Layco
Alumnus Dieuwertje Drexhage wants to develop an affordable intubation tool with her start-up Layco Medical Devices.
The risk of virus inhibitors
Virus inhibitors disrupt the production of new viruses by the host cell. But too low doses can cause resistance to develop.
On a deserted island
Ten TU Delft Hydraulic Engineering master students were the first to do multi-day research on the Marker Wadden islands.
Shelf-stocking robot working independently
A robot that helps store employees by moving independently through the supermarket and shelving products in their proper place.
Best graduates of 2021
Zhuo-Ming Shia has been elected TU Delft’s best graduate of 2021. Like the seven other nominees, he was awarded top marks by the Board of…
‘We have just one interest, and that is society’s interest’
The Fukushima disaster prompted alumnus Mike ten Wolde to start working in sustainable energy.