These students already found FAST and managed to get their ambitious project realised.
Watch, read & learn from their experiences here.
Applied Physics student Karima Almoujy went to America together with three other TU Delft students. They visited the Harvard National Model United Nations at Harvard University: an international conference for students that simulates meetings for the United Nations.
For his Masters in Life Science & Technology, Rik completed an internship at the European Astronaut Center. He investigated the feasibility of microbial applications for exploring the moon. With the help of Delft University Fund, he was given the opportunity to present his work at the International Astronautical Congress in Bremen.
Vinay Balaji is a master student at TU Delft. Vinay came up with the idea of ‘Virtual Referee’, a technology which helps the referee to determine whether or not it’s offside or a penalty during a football game. Thanks to funding available from EEMCS alumni (with the help of the Delft University Fund), Vinay is able to work on this project.
Alberto Gancedo is a master student in Electrical Engineering. With help from Delft University Fund, he got the opportunity to further develop a portable prototype to detect babies’ unusual brain activity, directly after birth which he developed himself.
Did you know..
that all funding from Delft University Fund is possible thanks to donations from TU Delft alumni and other donors to the Fund? Even current students who already received a grant pay it forward and support future talent!