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17 January 2022

New Home of Innovation magazine launched

New Home of Innovation magazine launched

It's here: the newest edition of the Home of Innovation magazine. The magazine contains interviews with key players and policymakers as well as reports from within the innovation ecosystem of TU Delft and focuses on the energy transition, in honour of TU Delft's 180th anniversary.

10 November 2021

TU Delft supercomputer available from January

TU Delft supercomputer available from January

08 October 2021

TPM MOOC: Designing a Climate Neutral World: An Introduction

TPM MOOC: Designing a Climate Neutral World: An Introduction

On the 15th of November a new TPM MOOC will start in which professor Kornelis Blok will focus on designing a climate neutral world. Participants will learn about climate change strategies and are given basic tools used for evaluation alternative options for mitigating greenhouse gas emissions.

24 September 2021

TU Delft set to future-proof electricity grid

TU Delft set to future-proof electricity grid

In order to ensure that the electricity grid is prepared for the future, TU Delft, the Dutch government and partners including grid operator TenneT have joined forces to build a brand-new laboratory: the Electrical Sustainable Power Lab, otherwise known as the ESP Lab. The laboratory – described as a ‘veritable temple of sustainability’ – will be officially opened on the afternoon of Friday, 1 October 2021.

28 July 2021

Pre-announcement High Tech Sustainable Future Call 2021

Pre-announcement High Tech Sustainable Future Call 2021

The goal of the High Tech for a Sustainable Future programme is to stimulate structural and sustainable collaborative theme-oriented research between the four TU’s on topics that require 4TU collaboration and for which it is currently more difficult to acquire funding externally (namely new or high risk topics). The societal relevant research programmes attract and develop new and diverse talent for the four TU’s and aim to deliver societal impact through scientific breakthroughs. After a funded start-up period of five years, research should continue without 4TU.Federation funding. The programmes strive to increase visibility and impact of the 4TU.Federation in society.

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