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28 July 2020

Sabbatical visit to Berkeley Lab

“At other top universities, they do …” is a phrase you may have heard before. And even though TU Delft has been ranked high in the QS World ranking for Chemical Engineering (10th in 2019, 13th in 2020), and we can be happy with many things at TU Delft, it’s always good to have a look how things are being done at the other top universities.

09 July 2020

Arjan Houtepen appointed as full professor

The executive board has decided to appoint Arjan Houtepen (Chemical Engineering) as full professor.

07 July 2020

Appointment Prof. Dr. Ir. Anton A. Kiss

At the beginning of the next academic year, Prof.Dr.Ir. Anton A. Kiss will start as a professor at the Bioprocess Engineering and Chemical Engineering departments.

18 June 2020

Farewell Michiel Makkee

Michiel Makkee retires after 30 years of devotion in research and education at our department.

09 June 2020

Evgeny Pidko appointed as full professor

The executive board has decided to appoint Evgeny Pidko (Chemical Engineering) as full professor.

27 May 2020

New photo-charging efficiency record

25 May 2020

ChemE coordinates EU-project on new flow battery technology

A consortium of 4 universities and 4 companies, led by TU Delft, has been granted a 4 million euro Horizon2020 project to study and develop hydrogen bromine redox flow batteries.

18 July 2019

Veni award for Tomas Burdyny

The Dutch Research Council (NWO) has awarded a Veni grant worth up to 250,000 euros to twelve highly promising young scientists from TU Delft. The grant provides the laureates with the opportunity to further elaborate their own ideas during a period of three years. One of the twelve has been granted to Tomas Burdyny.

18 July 2019

Atsushi Urakawa new professor Catalysis Engineering

On April 1 Prof. Atsushi Urakawa joined the Catalysis Engineering group.

04 July 2019

Teachers of the Year of AS announced

During the Science Day of the Faculty of Applied Sciences, on Thursday 27 June, Dean Lucas van Vliet announced the Teachers of the Year for 2019.

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