Get started with the bibliometric tool SciVal
TU Delft has recently gotten access to the bibliometric tool SciVal. This tool can be used to analyse and visualize the positioning of research of individuals, groups and institutes. Read more >
Strategic plan Open Science in the making
The TU Delft Executive Board has assigned a Steering Committee Open Science with the task to develop a ‘Strategic Plan Open Science 2020-2024’ by September 2019, in order to implement the ‘open’ ambitions of the TU Delft Strategic Framework 2018-2024. Read more >
TU Delft publishes great open access figures
TU Delft has just released its latest open access figures: 63% of all peer-reviewed articles published by TU Delft authors in 2018 were published open access. The intended 2018 goal of 60% has been successfully achieved and exceeded, a great achievement. Read more >
31-3 t/m 22-9 Exhibition "From the highest point: land surveys in the time of Mesdag"
The Library displays its Special Collections in an off-campus setting. The exhibition at Panorama Mesdag literally maps out the history of surveying based on the instruments used, drawings, historical maps and scientific photographs. Read more >
The writing is on the map
After a visit to America prominent Dutch architect Berlage was inspired by the spacious ‘parkways’ of New York. He wanted to translate the same concept to Amsterdam. ‘Parkway’ symbolised an a spacious, multifunctional area for him, whereas the municipality decided on a more practical solution in the shape of a wide street with trees, and called them ‘lanes’. The way we describe things paints different pictures to the reader. Looking at urbanism with the eyes of a linguist can render revealing new insights in our cultural history.