Results, impact and quality
The research conducted within the department is successful in journals with high impact factors and publications have been widely cited. Members of the department serve as Editors-in-Chief and on the editorial board of leading journals.
TU Delft researchers present the results of their research in academic publications. These can be found on the personal pages of the staff, Google Scholar or in the following repositories, operated by TU Delft Library.
TU Delft Repository
The TU Delft Repository gives full text open access to 48.000 PhD theses, journal articles, conference papers, patents, speeches and other TU Delft publications. TU Delft puts a lot of effort into making all Delft PhD theses available online from the first doctoral conferral in 1905.
Delft Research in PURE
PURE is a system proving information about ongoing research at TU Delft. It is intended as a management information system and contains short descriptions of research, publications and authors.
NARCIS - National Academic Research and Collaborations Information System
TU Delft Repository is a member of NARCIS, the national platform of scientific research. The Narcis platform gives access to Open Access publications. Besides scientists and students also teachers, entrepreneurs, governments and journalists make use of this platform.
The core activity of this department is to understand and predict emerging technological innovations and user service patterns, and use these insights for improved design, regulation and operation of engineering systems and services in the domains of Energy, Mobility and ICT. Studies carried out by the department show time and again that successful policymaking involves taking flexible measures that allow for an uncertain future.
Members of the department serve as Editor-in-chief and on the editorial boards of leading journals. For example the European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research (EJTIR), with a high TU Delft involvement and content. The European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research can be found here:
More information on editorships and journals can be found on the personal pages of our staff.