F. Oikonomopoulou PhD MSc
F. Oikonomopoulou PhD MSc
Adhesive solutions for cast glass assemblies
Ground rules emerging from built case studies on adhesive selection and experimental validation
F. Oikonomopoulou / T. Bristogianni
Cast Glass Architecture in Extreme Conditions
T. Bristogianni / F. Oikonomopoulou
Design, Engineering and Experimental Testing of Tubular Glass Columns
C.R.A. Veenstra / C. Noteboom / F. Oikonomopoulou / M. Overend
In Between: An Interlayer Material Study for Interlocking Cast Glass Blocks
M. Dimas / F. Oikonomopoulou / M. Bilow
Geen lijm meer nodig voor ?metselen? glazen bakstenen
Verscheen in: Cobouw
Fat glass is our baby
Verscheen in: Delta no 6
De kracht van glas
Verscheen in: TU Delft
Best paper award 2020 Glass Structures & Engineering
For the paper "Bristogianni, T., Oikonomopoulou, F., Yu, R., Veer, F.A., Nijsse, R.: Investigating the flexural strength of recycled cast glass. Glass Structures & Engineering 5(3), 445-487 (2020). doi:10.1007/s40940-020-00138-2 "
S+T+ARTS Prize Nominee 2020
STARTS is an initiative of the European Commission to foster alliances of technology and artistic practice. As part of this initiative, the STARTS Prize awards the most pioneering collaborations and results in the field of creativity and innovation at the crossings of science and technology with the arts. The STARTS Prize of the European Commission is launched by Ars Electronica and the consortium partners BOZAR, Waag, INOVA+, T6 Ecosystems, French Tech Grande Provence and Frankfurter Buchmesse.
Aanmoedigingsprijs/ Encouragement Award
The TU Delft Glass and Transparency group received the Encouragement Glass Award from Bouwend Nederland. The award acknowledges the importance of fundamental academic glass research to develop new solutions for the future. Through the award, Bouwend Nederland wants to support the efforts from educational institutions towards glass innovations. The TU Delft Glass & Transparency research group consists of researchers from BK Bouwkunde and the faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences.
Glas Award 2019
Nomination for the New Material Award 2018
The New Material Award is a joint venture between Stichting DOEN, Fonds Kwadraat and Het Nieuwe Instituut. These organizations firmly believe in the potential of artists, designers and architects to play a vital role in initiating new developments in society, and devising sustainable responses to urgent issues facing us today. The New Material Award is on the cutting edge of science, design, art and technology. The prize aims to challenge participants to think beyond their own discipline in seeking solutions for the future. This ambition is also reflected in the submissions, which span a broad spectrum of innovative solutions in which functionality, aesthetics and sustainability go hand in hand.
Dutch Design Week 2018
Nederlandse Bouwprijs, Talent met Toekomst 2017
This national award is given every two years to a talent in building engineering below 40 years old. This award was conjointly received together with ir. Telesilla Bristogianni from the CiTG faculty of TU Delft.
Gala van de Nederlandse Bouw