01 maart 2023
TU Delft wint 2022 edX Prize voor innovatief online onderwijs over duurzame stedelijke ontwikkeling
17 januari 2023
2019-2022 Erasmus + project: Strengthening problem-based learning in South Asian Universities
This project aimed at building expertise and skills in Problem-Based Learning (PBL) with ten higher education institutes in Finland, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Nepal, India and Bhutan. The project, led by Aalto University in Finland, was supported by the TU Delft Global Initiative with expertise from the TU Delft Centre for Entrepreneurship, the department of Industrial Design Engineering and the department of Architecture and Build Environment. As part of the project deliverables, the ten institutes co-created online course materials to foster problem-based learning by following an action-learning approach.
23 augustus 2022
Doris van Halem appointed as Professor at TU Delft
Doris van Halem has been appointed Professor of Drinking Water Quality & Treatment at TU Delft. Both nationally and globally, our drinking water sources are under increasing pressure, which calls for new strategies and technologies to secure access to safe water. Her goal is to understand how contaminants behave in our water and to use this knowledge to develop new processes for sustainable water treatment.
15 juni 2022
Huisvesting als gezondheidszorg: Nelson Mota wint NWO/NRO Comenius Onderwijssubsidie
Het belang van biodiversiteit voor de volksgezondheid wordt algemeen erkend. Weinig mensen zijn zich er echter van bewust hoezeer woningontwerpbeslissingen van invloed zijn op de interactie tussen mensen, niet-mensen en de diversiteit aan micro-organismen die onze leefomgeving bevolken. Met het project Housing as Healthcare: Mapping the correlation between housing design, microbiodiversity and health in The Hague heeft Nelson Mota de NWO/NRO Comenius Teaching Fellowship gewonnen.
24 maart 2022
Prerna Prasad wins Best Paper Award 2022
On March 15, Prerna Prasad (Consortium for DEWATS Dissemination Society, CCD) received first place in the annual Best Paper Award, handed out by the TU Delft | Water for Impact research group during the Water Summit for Global Development 2022. The two runner-ups are Judith Uwihirwe (TU Delft) and Shiyang Chen (TU Delft). The winner receives €2.000,- and the two runner-ups receive €500,- each. This award is made possible through the Goede Vrienden of Delft University Fund.