Thematisch minor-aanbod

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Op deze pagina vind je het minor-aanbod van 2020-2021.

Aanmeldperiode selectieminors:
Leiden, Delft en Rotterdam en externe studenten: 1 t/m 15 april 2020

Aanmeldperiode niet-selectieminors:
TU Delft-studenten: 1 mei t/m 31 mei 2020*
Studenten van Leiden en Rotterdam: 1 mei t/m 31 mei 2020
Externe studenten: 1 mei t/m 31 mei 2020

*Voor TU Delft-studenten geldt een aanvullende inschrijfperiode voor vrijgekomen plekken bij TU Delft-minors van 15 tot 30 juni 2020.


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Spaces of Display: retail and exhibition design

During this interiors minor, students design a (small) shop or exhibition space with a fully detailed fragment of the building or interior. The minor consists of two quarters, each divided into two separate courses: The Design project and the Tools course. Language : English Participating institutions : Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment Maximum participants: 35 Education methods: Design project, excursion, lectures and workshops Selection minor: Yes, admissible TU Delft students will be selected based on their BSc programme to achieve an even interdisciplinary group. During the first quarter, students design a small space for a carefully selected artefact and its users at a specific location in a city (Spaces of Display 1). The Tools Course (Tools for Spaces of Display 1) focuses on specific skills that contribute to a coherent design project. Students learn how to work within the complex combination of these 'tools'. Various workshops and lectures focus on the position of the designer, the relationship with the city, the design of a space within the field of the retail and exhibition branch, and the analysis of reference projects based on relevant themes. Based on a thorough analysis of the location in the city, the choice is made for the artefact/product and a specific user group. This allows the possibility to explore the full range of related interventions. During the second quarter, students design and build a fragment of the building on different scale levels (1:10/1:5 and sometimes even 1:1) based on the outcome of their space or display (or that of a fellow student) designed in Q1. This design project (Spaces of Display 2) runs parallel to a Tool course (Tools for Spaces of Display 2). The workshops and lectures in this quarter make a substantial contribution to the theme of the project. For whom? BSc students from TU Delft: BSc programme of Architecture, Urbanism and Building Sciences, and Industrial Design. BSc students from Leiden University and Erasmus University: this minor is not open to students from Leiden University and Erasmus University. BSc students from other Dutch universities: this minor is not open to students from other Dutch universities. BSc students from HBO: students from HBO institutions (Architecture or Industrial Design) are asked to provide a letter of motivation to establish whether you have the right frame of reference. This minor consists of 2 quarters (both of 15 ECs); each with a separate content. For students of the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment TU Delft it is possible to follow either just quarter 1 or just quarter 2, or to follow both quarter 1 and 2. For all other students who are admissible to this minor, it is only possible to follow either quarter 1, or both quarter 1 and 2. Please be aware that each quarter has a separate minor code. If you would like to follow both quarter 1 and 2, you should register for both minor codes in Osiris. Spaces of Display Quarter 1 Spaces of Display Quarter 2 Minor code: BK-MI-209 What will you learn? At the end of Q1 you will: have acquired knowledge, insights and skills in the domains of architectural and interior design, analysis, and presentation; have the skill to establish the connection between idea, function and material elaboration of a small scale design; have knowledge of different cultural and social conditions, and awareness of their implication and effects on architecture and the interior; be able to develop a consistent architectonic / interior design. This covers the materialisation of the overall space as well as the design of a lighting scheme; have developed abilities in the targeted analysis of design precedents and the effective representation and communication of findings, using various representation techniques as well as digital and physical models. Course overview Spaces of Display 1 (BK7064) (Design project - 10 ECs) Tools for Spaces of Design 1 (BK7066) (Lectures/ analysis/workshops - 5 ECs) For course descriptions, please visit the study guide . Minor code: BK-MI-210 What will you learn? At the end of Q2 you will: have the skill to establish the connection between idea, function and material elaboration of a fragment of the building / interior; have acquired knowledge, insights and skills in the domains of furniture / interior design, analysis and presentation; have developed abilities in the targeted analysis of design precedents and the effective representation and communication of findings, using various representation techniques as well as digital and physical models; be able to develop a consistent fragment. This covers the materialisation of the object itself as well as the detailed scale; the processing of technical and esthetic aspects plays an essential part in this. Course overview Spaces of Display 2 (BK7065) (Design project - 10 ECs) Tools for Spaces of Design 2 (BK7067) (Lectures/ analysis/workshops – 5 ECs) For course descriptions, please visit the study guide . Contact Ir. Leontine de Wit L.M.M.deWit@tudelft.nl Students about this minor: “The project and lectures, which are taught well, give a complete view of Retail. I’ve worked on this minor for half a year with a high level of motivation and enthusiasm.” - Lauren Broshuis “It is an instructive and creative minor, where you learn to design from someone else’s point of view.” - Annemiek Visser Register for this minor Please note: additional registration requirements at the bottom of the page

Spatial Computing in Architectural Design

The new generation of architects will be expected to improve the quality and the performance of existing and new buildings in face of new environmental, social and economic challenges. This often requires formulating and solving multi-disciplinary design and decision-making problems in a collaborative setting. However, the fundamental question is: “How do we know if our interventions or designs will yield better results?” In other words, can we model, analyse, simulate, and evaluate the functioning of buildings? How can we improve sustainability and quality of buildings in quantifiable ways, and validate our design assumptions? To effectively deal with complex multi-disciplinary problems, computational approaches need to be utilized to automate analysis, synthesis & evaluation procedures required for optimization and systematic decision-making in the design process. Minor code: BK-MI-197 Language : English Participating Faculties: Faculty of Architecture and Built Environment and Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science Maximum participants : 30 Education methods : research-based learning in design studios, lectures combined with hands-on workshops, working on real world problems, seminars, and study groups. Selection minor: Yes, admissible TU Delft students will be selected based on their BSc programme to achieve an even interdisciplinary group. The minor Spatial Computing offers a set of courses providing the fundamentals of computing in spatial (geometrical, topological, and/or graph theoretical) design and decision-making. This minor consists of a computational design studio and three methodological courses, all of which cover the applied mathematics and computation topics necessary for algorithmic design, modelling, analysis, simulation, and evaluation of buildings. Spatial Computing in Architectural Design is about formulating and solving spatial design problems in architecture. It involves developing computational procedures and models for formulation of design requirements and rules, algorithmic generation of designs, analysis, simulation, and evaluation of building performance for design optimization of buildings. The aim is to logically deduce the design based on functional requirements and environmental considerations. For whom? BSc students from TU Delft: BSc programme of Architecture, Urbanism and Building Sciences, Technology, Policy & Management, Electrical Engineering, Applied Mathematics, Computer Science, Civil Engineering, Industrial Design, Mechanical Engineering, Marine Technology, Aerospace Engineering and Applied Physics. BSc students from Leiden University and Erasmus University: this minor is open to students from a few specific BSc programmes of Leiden University and Erasmus University. For the exact BSc programmes from Leiden University and Erasmus University with which you can apply for this minor please check www.minors.tudelft.nl. BSc students from other Dutch universities: students interested in rational and collaborative approaches to design and decision making as well as mathematical/computational modelling are asked to provide a 200 words motivation letter and a 1-page CV to establish whether they have the right skills and frame of reference. Prior knowledge is appreciated but is not considered a prerequisite; eagerness for learning is more important. An interest in game development would be very relevant and appreciated. BSc students from HBO: HBO students interested in rational and collaborative approaches to design and decision making as well as mathematical/computational modelling are asked to provide a 200 words motivation letter and a 1-page CV to establish whether they have the right skills and frame of reference. Prior knowledge is appreciated but is not considered a prerequisite; eagerness for learning is more important. An interest in game development would be very relevant and appreciated. What will you learn? You will learn to systematically design and underpin the decisions made for designing a complex building project. Specifically: to formulate a program of requirements based on the needs of a client; to use basic spatial mathematical constructs in architectural design and simulation; to perform spatial data visualization using existing software tools or programming; to distinguish and identify data modelling, analysis, simulation, evaluation and optimization methods; to utilize simulation in architectural design; to show by analytic models or simulations how a design is supposed to work; to compare design or decision alternatives according to evaluation criteria; and, to formulate design problems and draft algorithms for procedural design. Course overview The 15 ECs minor Spatial Computing consists of two courses and takes place in the second quarter. These courses introduce the essential mathematics and fundamentals of computing in spatial (geometrical, topological, and/or graph theoretical) algorithmic design, simulations, and evaluation in the context of a design challenge and a series of assignments. Both courses include lectures and hands-on [programming] workshops, group-study, and seminars. For the seminars, the experts on the specific topics will be invited to broaden the scope of students. Virtual Reality and Rapid-Prototyping facilities will be available for experimentation to all students on demand. The computational design studio will involve work on an architectural design challenge (urban housing) and practice design in groups. Computational Design Studio (BK7083): 9 ECs Computational Simulations (BK7084): 6 ECs For course descriptions, please visit the study guide . Contact Prof.dr.ir. Sevil Sariyildiz I.S.Sariyildiz@tudelft.nl Dr. Pirouz Nourian P.Nourian@tudelft.nl Register for this minor

Sustainable Urbanism - The Green-Blue City

Dutch cities have to deal with urgent environmental problems. Climate change has become a visible problem in the urban environment of the Netherlands. Cities cope with heavy rainfall in short periods of time and heat stress occurs more often, even leading to more casualties. At the same time, it is clear that both the structure of our cities and their (public) spaces cannot be changed at will. They have a long term life span, creating a friction with necessary social and environmental changes. How to achieve this is the aim of this minor. Image by Erik Fecken, In: Waterplan 2 (2007-2012), Gemeente Rotterdam Used with permission of the Municipality of Rotterdam. Minor code: BK-MI-216 Language : English Participating institutions : Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment in cooperation with AMS-institute. Maximum participants: 30 Education methods: Research and design studio, lectures, workshops, excursions and study groups. Part of the course is offered as distance learning course. Selection minor: Yes, admissible TU Delft students will be selected based on their BSc programme to achieve an even interdisciplinary group. The task of the urban planner is to introduce and design sustainable urban interventions, creating future proof neighbourhoods within the framework of a green blue city. In the Sustainable Urban Design studio ‘City and Public Space’ of this minor a sustainable urban design is the main subject. In this studio the minor students will develop design proposals, in interdisciplinary teams. Focus in the studio is on concrete sustainable design exercises. The course Basic Techniques for Sustainable Urban Design will make the minor students equipped and prepared to perform well in the design studio. They will apply theory and use their knowledge background in the group design process. For whom? BSc students from TU Delft: faculty of Civil Engineering, Industrial Design and Technology, Policy & Management. This minor is not open to students from the BSc programme Architecture TU Delft . BSc exchange students of the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment are admissible. BSc students from Leiden University and Erasmus University: this minor is open to students from a few specific BSc programmes of Leiden University and Erasmus University. For the exact BSc programmes from Leiden University and Erasmus University with which you can apply for this minor please check www.minors.tudelft.nl. BSc students from other Dutch universities: students with a background in urban planning, regional planning, landscape architecture, social sciences, and other studies related to the topic of climate change are asked to provide a letter of motivation to establish whether they have the right frame of reference. BSc students from HBO: HBO students with a background in urban planning, regional planning, landscape architecture, social sciences, and other studies related to the topic of climate change are asked to provide a letter of motivation to establish whether they have the right frame of reference. Course overview The programme consists of two courses of a total of 15 ECs and takes place in the second quarter. City and Public Space: Sustainable Urban Design (studio) (BK7225) 10 ECs Basic Techniques for Sustainable Urban Design (BK7215) 5 ECs For course descriptions, please visit the study guide . Contact Ir. Mariëtte Overschie M.G.F.Overschie@tudelft.nl Students about this minor: “I’ve enjoyed creating design solutions for an assignment that is actual daily practice!” “Working on an urgent topic as climate change, creating a resilient plan for Rotterdam while using tools of urban planners, is what inspired me.” “The interaction between students with different backgrounds created additional value to the project.” “I've learned to search for possibilities!” Register for this minor

Transport, Infrastructuur en Logistiek

Hoe kom je zonder transport ’s ochtends op tijd op de TU Delft en hoe komt het pak hagelslag voor je ontbijt op tijd in de supermarkt? In deze minor ga je nader in op dit soort vragen. Je leert niet alleen over reizigers en goederen, maar ook over vervoermiddelen en infrastructuur. De minor behandelt het brede domein van transport ‘te land, ter zee en in de lucht’. Het gaat niet alleen over weg- en railvervoer, maar ook over luchtvaart, zeevaart, binnenvaart en buisleidingen. Daarnaast verdiep je je in effecten van mobiliteit: bereikbaarheid, onveiligheid, milieu en economische effecten. Je wordt in de minor uitgedaagd om na te denken over maatschappelijk georiënteerde vraagstukken. Je beoordeelt beleid en projecten: moet er toch een Noord-Zuidlijn komen in Amsterdam of moet de aanleg stoppen? Of kun je de voorraadketen van een bedrijf optimaliseren met behulp van logistiek? Minor code: CT-MI-127 Taal: Nederlands Toegang: BSc studenten TU Delft (m.u.v. BSc TB toepassingsdomein T&L). BSc studenten van andere Nederlandse universiteiten en hogescholen. BSc studenten die zich willen voorbereiden op de MSc-opleiding Transport, Infrastructure & Logistics. Max. deelnemers: 200 Wat leer je? De vakken in deze minor Inschrijven De minor behandelt het brede terrein van transport. Interfacultaire minor met invalshoeken vanuit Civiele Techniek en Technische Bestuurskunde. Je krijgt colleges en projectbegeleiding van specialisten werkzaam bij de universiteit, de overheid en het bedrijfsleven. Je werkt samen in interdisciplinaire groepen. Studiegids Zie voor de uitgebreide inhoud de Studiegids Inschrijven? Contact Dr.ir. John Baggen +31 (0)15 27 88068 j.h.baggen@tudelft.nl Faculteit Techniek, Bestuur en Management Afdeling Transport & Logistiek Dr. Adam Pel +31 (0)15 27 84874 a.j.pel@tudelft.nl Faculteit Civiele Techniek en Geowetenschappen Video Bekijk een introductievideo over deze minor Fietsparkeren Studenten van de minor TIL hebben voor het introductie vak Transport, Infrastructuur en Logistiek onderzocht hoe je slim kunt omgaan met tienduizend fietsplekken voor het station in Delft. Lees het hele artikel uit de Delta Uitdagingen Hoe kom je zonder transport ’s ochtends op tijd op de TU Delft? Hoe komt het pak hagelslag voor bij je ontbijt op tijd in de supermarkt? ‘Zonder transport staat alles stil’, volgens Transport en Logistiek Nederland. Is deze slogan echt steekhoudend?

 

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Alle thematische minors op TU Delft zijn Engelstalig, met uitzondering van de volgende minors:

  • Educatie
  • Ondernemerschap: Med-Tech Based Entrepeneurship
  • Ondernemerschap: Technology Based Entrepeneurship