ATHENS Incoming Students
Programme schedule: March 2020
Saturday 14 March
Arrival of the students
Sunday 15 March
11:00 - 12:00: Registration at Cafe X located at X (building 37 at the campus map, Mekelweg 8 in Delft)
From 12:00: City Rally. This activity is free of charge.
Monday 16 March
10:00 - 11.30: Campus Tour. Meeting Point at the front door of the Faculty of Architecture (building 8 at the campus map, Julianalaan 134)
11:30 - 12:15: Opening Session at the College Zaal F, Faculty of Civil Engineering (building 23 at the campus map)
12:15 - 12:45: Take away lunch
From 13:00: Lectures start
Monday 16 - Friday 20 March
Three TU Delft courses
Friday 20 March
17:00 - 19:00: Farewell drinks/dinner at Cafe X located at X (building 37 at the campus map, Mekelweg 8 in Delft)
Saturday 21 & Sunday 22 March
Departure of the students
All the students attending to the ATHENS week will have the possibility to be accommodated at:
Once you have been selected to participate in Delft, you must make your own reservation.
The payment for accommodation goes directly via the students’ association and the Hostels.
A special discount, arranged through TU Delft, will be offered to the students under use of a specific code.
More information will be sent via e-mail.
All students participating in an ATHENS Course are themselves responsible for having a health and liability insurance during the ATHENS week. In addition it is wise to arrange travel insurance. TU Delft is in no way liable or responsible for any lack of insurance.
For fire, ambulance or police in case of emergency dial: 112
For other emergencies related to the ATHENS programme:
- during office hours: + 31(0)152788012
- outside office hours: + 31(0)624418711 (Whatsapp) (to be used ONLY from 14 to 22 March)
From Delft Central Station you can take busses to TU Delft Campus. Make us of the website of public transport: 9292ov.
Lunch and Dinner
Are at your own expenses.
TU Delft organizes three intensive courses in November 2019 at the following faculties:
- Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Sciences (Building 36)
- Faculty of Applied Sciences (Building 58)
- Faculty of Architecture and The Built Environment (Building 8)
- Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering (Building 32)
See the Campus Map
The courses start on Monday 18 November after the opening session. A detailed schedule will be given by the lecturer during the first lecture.
TUD01: Introduction into the Finite Element MethodFaculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science
Contact: Dr. Domenico Lahaye
TUD20: New Techniques and Materials for Design FabricationFaculty of Architecture and The Built Environment
Contact: Dr. Serdar Asut
TUD14: Computed aided analysis of power system stabilityFaculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science
Contact: Dr. Jose Luis Rueda Torres