Ing. Verwaal, M.
Martin Verwaal is Technical support in the Applied Labs at the Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering.
After my studies in Electronics I started at the TU Delft, supporting a project aimed at developing a stand-alone solar powered refrigeration machine for medical storage. At the end of the project I got a permanent job as a lab assistant, taking care of the instrumentation of lab setups and developing control hardware and software.
In 2004 I started as a teacher in electronics at the faculty of Industrial Design Engineering. There I have been involved in the introduction of Arduino to our students, and supported a lot of projects mainly in the field of sustainable products, like PV Energy Systems, fuel cells and batteries.
- 1978 – 1983
Elektrotechniek, HTS Rotterdam
Courses in Computational Science
Unix system management
- 2004 – Present
Teacher and Technician, TU Delft, faculty of Industrial Design Engineering
- 1986 – 2004
Technician, Lab Climate Control and Refrigeration Engineering, TU Delft, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Lectures and/or coaches students on:
- Electric motors and motor control
- Solar energy