10 April 2019
TU Delft publishes vision on Climate Action
The climate is changing and this is something we shall have to deal with. What TU wants to contribute is written down in a vision paper published today.
26 March 2019
TU Delft and AIVD start research programme on national cyber security
As our society becomes increasingly interconnected, the vulnerability to abuse of digital technology grows. To improve our understanding of the nature of the cyber threat to national security and of the technical, organisational and institutional means to address it responsibly, the Dutch General Intelligence and Security Service (AIVD) and Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) initiate a collaborative research programme.
16 January 2019
The Hague worst hit in the case of extreme precipitation
A new precipitation index compares the risks that different cities face from extreme rainfall. In The Netherlands, The Hague will be affected most.
14 January 2019
Grant for forensic crime scene investigation
The Department of BioMechanical Engineering at TU Delft has received a grant for its research on how to optimise the work method of forensic crime scene investigations.
14 November 2018
First ever professor of Ethics of Water Engineering: ‘Take account of the differing opportunities available to citizens’
On Friday, 16 November, Prof. Neelke Doorn gave her inaugural address as professor of Ethics of Water Engineering.