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‘After 6 years at TU Delft I felt albe to conquer the world’

Joop Heijenrath studied hydraulic engineering in Delft in the 1980s. Throughout his varied career, he stayed in touch with his alma mater....

The lab of... Project Inspiration

Biomechanical engineer Dr Gerwin Smit (Faculty of 3mE) decided to do something about the impending shortage of ventilators. He disassembled...

‘I’m a child of TU Delft’

Her designs include Mekel Park and the campus library. TU Delft owes its appearance in no small measure to the architect Francine Houben,...

Investing in talent is particularly important right now

For President of the Executive Board Tim van der Hagen, the coronavirus pandemic emphasises the huge importance of TU Delft’s work:...

The firm: Fairm

They were each taking a completely different degree programme, yet came into contact with the same material. Now TU Delft alumni Mark...

[Column] Where's the technologist?

When it became clear in late February that the coronavirus had also reached the Netherlands, our lives quickly changed. Just days later we...

How Delft engineers are fighting the coronavirus

Delft students and scientists are contributing to the fight against the coronavirus. Thanks to the TU Delft Covid-19 Response Fund they can...

Will the first Martians be robots?

Start by sending a swarm of robots to Mars to prepare the way for human pioneers. This was the plan that took Henriette Bier and Roland...

Working towards a fossil-free future

The Delft e-Refinery research institute is developing sustainable technologies for energy and chemicals.

Coronacrisis

July 2020 Our usually so lively campus has...

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...

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...

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...

Museum of Failure

Tonie Mudde is science editor at de Volkskrant newspaper and studied Aerospace Engineering at TU Delft.