TU Delft harnesses its technological knowledge for economic and social purposes and ensures that this knowledge is translated into products, services, processes and new businesses. The Valorisation Centre of TU Delft assists scientists and supporting staff in bringing innovations to the market. It uses a multi-faceted approach.
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28 September 2020
Royal HaskoningDHV and Delft University of Technology extend partnershipRoyal HaskoningDHV and Delft University of Technology have agreed to further strengthen the existing collaboration in research, field labs, innovation, start-ups, education and talent. To this effect, a Memorandum of Understanding was signed last Thursday by Royal HaskoningDHV CEO Erik Oostwegel and Delft University of Technology President and Rector Magnificus Tim van der Hagen.
14 September 2020
TU Delft start-up develops ‘living coffin’The TU Delft student start-up Loop has developed a living coffin made from mycelium. The Living Cocoon helps the body to ‘compost’ more efficiently, removes toxic substances and produces richer conditions in which to grow (new) trees and plants.
21 July 2020
Do IoT Fieldlab taking shape with the construction of technical infrastructureConstruction of the new Do IoT (Delft on Internet of Things) Fieldlab will continue to progress during the next few months. Thanks to a financial contribution from the ‘Kansen voor West’ programme, which is receiving funding from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), the work on building the required technical infrastructure can begin.
01 October 2019
Delft scale-up PHYSEE wins KvK Innovation Top 100PHYSEE has won the 14th edition of the KvK Innovation Top 100. The spin-off company from TU Delft that produces smart, energy-generating windows can call itself the most innovative SME in the country for a year. PHYSEE is based on TU Delft Campus.
Home of Innovation
This edition of Home of Innovation is entirely devoted to the Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions (AMS Institute). Together with Wageningen University & Research and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Delft University of Technology forms the scientific heart of this unique institute, in which various parties work closely together with the City of Amsterdam to find solutions to the major challenges facing the metropolitan region.
“The traditional models no longer work”
Scientific Director Arjan van Timmeren talks about the need for AMS Institute
'In a few years’ time, Roboats will be collecting waste in Amsterdam'
Autonomous boats can help solve a variety of metropolitan challenges
'I always wanted to work on the city of the future'
Tamara Streefland discusses the role of the industry community within the AMS Institute
‘AMS Institute delivers concrete solutions for the city’
Interview with City of Amsterdam alderman Udo Kock
Addressing metropolitan challenges: “typical engineering work”
Vice-Rector Magnificus Rob Mudde talks about the importance of AMS Institute
‘The role of data will only become more important’
Alessandro Bozzon discussing the role of data within AMS Institute
Home of Innovation
Research at TU Delft is characterized by an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approach that extends across the disciplines of science, engineering and design. Through groundbreaking research we want to make an important contribution to a sustainable society. The booklet below provides an insight into a selection of research projects and ideas developed at TU Delft.