Contact

Correspondence address

DC systems, Energy conversion and Storage
Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science - EEMCS
P.O. Box 5031
2600 GA  Delft
The Netherlands

Visiting address

DC systems, Energy conversion and Storage
Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science - EEMCS
Mekelweg 4
2628 CD Delft
The Netherlands

Head of the Group

prof.dr.eng. P. (Pavol) Bauer
E-mail           P.Bauer@tudelft.nl
Office           B36-LB 03.600
Telephone    +31 15 27 84654

Secretary

S. (Sharmila) Rattansingh
E-mail           S.Rattansingh@tudelft.nl
Office            B36-LB 03.260
Telephone    +31 15 27 87376

Map and route

Click on the map to download a complete overview of TU Delft and the route from the highway.

Public transport

If you are coming by public transport, take the train or bus to Delft Central Station. The following buses travel between Delft Central Station and Building 36 on the TU Delft campus.

  • Bus 40: get off at bus stop "Mekelpark"
  • Bus 69: get off at bus stop "Mekelpark"
  • Bus 121 : get off at bus stop "Aula TU"
  • Bus 174: get off at bus stop "Stieltjesweg"

For more information see Journey planner 9292. 

Car

  • Highway A13 (The Hague - Rotterdam)
  • Exit 10: Delft South
  • Exit: TU Campus
  • Follow the signs P Elektro
  • You can park at the rear of the building (Feldmannweg)

Services

 

Parking: at the rear of the building 

 

Food and drinks:
Restaurant on the 1st floor in the high-rise building.

Accessibility

 

Handicapped parking spaces:
Two at the rear of the building.

 

Floor to floor accessibility (lifts):
All floors are accessible by elevator.

Route from the car park to nearest entrance: Ground level.

Room to room accessibility:
Most connecting doors are left open as standard, except those in the central hall and the fire doors in lecture rooms.

Main entrance:
Access through two electronic sliding doors.

Disabled toilet:
Two on the ground floor (in twenty-one-storey building)

Rear entrance and other entrances:
All entrances have electric sliding doors. 

Lecture rooms:
No suitable space for wheelchairs; space in front of the first row or at the back.