Request for multidisciplinary student team for Lelylijn +

The TU Delft Deltas, Infrastructures & Moblity Initiative (DIMI) is as client looking for a multi-disciplinary student team from Civil Engineering and Geosciences who will start and end in Q3-2023.

The team has to cover the fields of transport, railway engineering, structural engineering, construction management and geosciences. The team should attune periodically with a number of graduate students from Landscape Architecture who are doing their research on alternative trajectories of the initial Lelylijn and who are preparing a design proposal from a landscape perspective. There will be some funds in order to co-fund a study trip abroad related to the structural and landscape aspects. Further details will be discussed with the client as part of the project planning by the team.

The team should doing the project in Q3-2023 (start February 13th and end April 21).

For information please contact John Baggen, Transport & Planning (, Valeri Markine, Railway Engineering ( or Hans de Boer, Delft Infrastructures & Mobility Initiative (
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At DIMI, scientists and students work together in the field of Deltas, Infrastructures and Mobility. In our academic education it is very important to approach issues in an integrated manner and from an interdisciplinary perspective. This prepares students better to practice and in understanding the systems as a whole. Furthermore, they will have more awareness of the multidisciplinary context of collaboration and the application of knowledge. The combination of Design & Engineering and Management & Engineering (T-shape) dedicated to the domains of Deltas, Infrastructures and Mobility give direction to educational programs and improve the employability of graduates for the labor market of associated sectors. TU Delft has a broad educational programme to offer in the field of Infrastructure and Environment.

The programme consists of:

  • Specialist BSc programmes and attractive minor specialisations
  • MSc programmes which provide a full range of both dedicated and integrated courses
  • MSc tracks, specialisations and annotations for those with specific interests
  • Honours programme on top of regular MSc programmes