TU Delft Safety & Security Institute
Who we are
Delft Safety and Security Institute aims to make the world a safer and more secure place. By reasoning from science and society on a global level about global problems. We approach safety and security in a broad sense without limiting us to a specific domain and we always strive to take it one step further.
We develop innovative scientific safety and security methodology and research approaches. With these, we can share, educate, make knowledge accessible and we can answer complex societal safety and security questions. We connect people and knowledge and we work together to achieve results beyond limits.
Our research themes
- Uncertainty quantification & vulnerability assessment
- Safe & secure by design
- Mitigation of impact
- Forensics & failure analysis
20 October 2022
TU Delft Safety & Security Institute Seed Funding – Call for ProposalsThe TU Delft Safety & Security Institute calls on TU Delft researchers to submit a proposal for seed funding for transdisciplinary collaborative activities in either initial or more advanced phases. The overall aim of the seed funding program is to increase the impact of safety & security research and education at TU Delft and to strengthen the position of TU Delft in this field.
Each year, usually around fall, the Safety & Security Institute issues a call for proposals from TU Delft researchers. In 2020 and 2021 more than 250.000 euro was awarded to projects involving researchers from all TU Delft faculties. See our website for more information about proposals which were awarded in previous rounds.
01 July 2022
Successful Safety by Design course at the TU Delft Safety and Security InsituteSafe by Design was successfully completed from 22 June to 24 June with a tremendous response from the PhD participants from all the relevant fields. We thank all the experts and the participants from various prestigious institutions to make this event a success.
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