A research school combines research with the education of researchers in a given scientific area. The school contributes to the national coordination of research programmes within specific disciplines, and it plays a particularly important role in providing the ‘third leg’ of the doctoral programme: professional skills.
TU Delft is the coordinating university of five research schools:
In addition, TU Delft participated in the following research schools:
- Casimir Research School
- Graduate School on Engineering Mechanics (EM)
- Institute for Programming research and Algorithmics (IPA)
- Netherlands Graduate School of Urban and Regional Research (NETHUR)
- Netherlands Institute for Catalysis Research (NIOK)
- Netherlands Insitute of Government (NIG)
- Research School Process Technology (OSPT)
- Dutch Research Scool of Philosophy (OZSW)
- Netherlands Research School for Information and Knowledge Systems (SIKS)
- Netherlands Graduate Research School of Science, Technology and Mordern Culture (WTMC)
25 September 2023
Modelling of adhesive technology sheds new light on prehistoric cognition
Studying prehistoric production processes of birch bark tar using computational modelling reveals what kinds of cognition were required for the materials produced by Neanderthal and early modern humans.
15 September 2023
TU Delft Reactor Institute in Focus broadcast on Nuclear Energy
On Monday 11 September 2023, Focus aired a broadcast on nuclear energy in which EPZ, COVRA and TU Delft Reactor Institute were interviewed.
15 September 2023
Caspar Chorus and Han Derkx pioneers for TU Delft innovation campus Rotterdam
13 September 2023
Call for proposals Open Education Stimulation Fund 2023 now open
TU Delft recognizes the importance of open education and encourages all TU Delft teaching staff to submit a proposal for open education projects for a funding up to EUR 20,000, with a project term of a maximum of 1 year. Proposals can be submitted till November 10.
08 September 2023
TU Delft pioneer in openness
We, together with Tim van der Hagen, had the honour of receiving outgoing minister Robbert Dijkgraaf of Education, Culture and Science. During his visit on September 7th, Dijkgraaf engaged in discussions with various TU Delft scientists about the principles of Open Science in practice.