Open Days for secondary school students
Thesis defence P.L. Blinde: PIV
Thesis defence D. Jatiningrum: accelerometers
Aerospace student Nadine Duursma chosen to receive IAWA Scholarship
The International Aviation Womens Association (IAWA) has chosen bachelor’s student Nadine Duursma as its 2018 TU Delft scholarship recipient.
The AerGo: When an airplane modeling exercise takes off
“Do you also want to build it?” project leader Julian Kupski had asked.
New aerospace MOOC has launched
Introduction to Aerospace Structures and Materials, a seven week interactive course, went live on 28 August 2018.
Poetry in Space
In the Poetry in Space exhibition, Researchers at our faculty were given the opportunity to share their work in a more creative form.
A summer of space
This summer, space experts and professionals from across the globe will be gathering in the Netherlands for the 31st annual International Space University (ISU) Space Studies Programme (SSP).
Focusing on a sustainable future with wind energy
You might not commonly associate studying at the aerospace faculty with wind turbines, but one TU Delft alumnus was drawn to the university after seeing the faculty’s wind tunnel and now is working on the longest wind turbine blade in the world.
Women changing the game in aerospace
Despite the fact that more and more women are pursuing careers in STEM – science, technology, engineering and mathematics – the gender gap is still significant. The good news is that at the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, the number of women has consistently increased over the last years.