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Out of the Blue #18: Neutral is impossible

There is no universal design. Everyday objects and services that work in some parts of the world, are totally different somewhere else.…

Lockdown presents a unique opportunity to study sustainable taxiing at Schiphol

Starting a PhD on the first day of the Covid-19 lockdown was a bit challenging for Bieke von den Hoff. But the lockdown also gave her an…

Education

MSc ESE and SET courses The Intelligent Electrical Power Grid (IEPG) group offers various courses in Bachelor and Master levels…

ERIGrid 2

European Research Infrastructure Supporting Smart Grid Research, Technology Development, Validation and Roll Out …

Alive and Kicking: designing with living materials

Imagine a future in which our materials can morph. Your crisp white cotton shirt has been replaced by a living textile that purifies the air…

Safety

The DASML lab is accessible for people with different technical backgrounds and experience. This combined with advanced machines,…

Out of the Blue #16: Infuse a Little Empathy

Due to COVID-19, design students, lecturers and researchers are stuck at home. How are they coping? For part one of a special three-part…

Out of the Blue #17: Noise-cancelling windows and wacky giraffes

Working from home provides us with a whole new set of challenges and opportunities. As designers, shouldn’t we be the best equipped people…

Out of the Blue #15: Freedive with Yongqing Jackie Fei

Due to COVID-19, design students, lecturers and researchers are stuck at home. How are they coping? For part one of a special three-part…

Out of the Blue #14: (Not) Safe for Designers?

Material science is often a black box for designers. But in Delft Design, knowledge on material properties is essential. Erik Tempelman has…