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Where to study during the exam period?

Only a few weeks left until the summer holidays start! Although you probably still have to study quite a bit before you can fully enjoy the amazing weather we’ve been having. To make your life a little easier, ORAS created an overview of the opening hours of all faculties, so you know exactly where and when you can study at campus between June 19th and July 7th. Good luck with your exams!

NB. The faculty of Industrial Design Engineering is also open during the weekend on the 24th and 25th of June.

And of course also Fellowship and Aula are great places to study.

Update: Wireless network failure resolved

At this moment (Tuesday, 20 June) we’re experiencing a failure of the wireless network throughout the entire campus. It is currently not possible to connect to eduroam. Our ICT-department is working hard to solve the problem, but it is unfortunately not possible to say how long this will take. As an alternative, you can connect to the wired network. Network cables are available at the Service Desk (while stock lasts).

Follow the status of this failure on the ICT maintenance page (http://meldingen-ict.tudelft.nl).

Update: Wireless network failure

The failure of the wireless network has been resolved via a workaround. You can now connect to Eduroam again. ICT is currently investigating the cause of the failure.
If you have any questions, please contact the Service Desk in your faculty.

FINAL RESULTS ELECTIONS STUDENT COUNCIL

According to the final election results of 29 May 2017 following the elections for the university’s Student Council at institutional level held on 17 and 18 May 2017, the Central Election Committee hereby declares that the following candidates have been elected.

The Student Council at institutional level:

Lijst 1, ORAS:

1 Marijke Blom

2 Benjamin Schoemaker

3 Yannick Hoff

4 Fieke Noordam

5 Daan Gorsse

6 Carel Wagenaar

7 Marie Sam Rutten

Lijst 2, Bèta:

1 Janna Beukers

2 Stijn Burmanje

3 Axel Meeuwissen

Possible formal objections pertaining to the validity of the above results must be submitted, in writing, to the election committee at the latest on 6 June 2017 17:00 p.m. to: the Student Council Election Committee, Stevinweg 1, 2628 CN Delft, room 5.10. If no formal objections are received then the results will be made irreversible on 7 June 2017. After 7 June 2017 the elected students will be requested, by letter, to confirm their acceptance.

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Campus Run: Run through your faculty for charity


Would you like to run over the campus for charity? Well, this is your chance!

At the 7th of June, the CampusRun will be organized, and the theme is: The Faculty Edition. This means that you can run 1.75 km, for the 175th anniversary of the TU Delft, 5 km or 10 km THROUGH the faculties, you’ll see more of the campus than ever before! All of the registration fee will go to the charity Stichting Bewegen Tegen Kanker, this charity provides movement programs and movement outings for people with cancer. We want to raise as much funds as possible!
Register yourself quickly as runner or volunteer at www.campusrun.nl/en!

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Aula open for self-study during Ascension day and Friday!

The coming days the Aula is open. Extra study places are available on Thursday 24 May (Ascension day) and Friday 25 May from 8.00 to 20.00. Friday will be decided if it is necessary to open the Aula on Saturday and Sunday as well.

Earn EC by participating in an online course

We have some pretty cool news for you. You can now study online at your own pace, at a time that suits you and upon completion of the online course and a successful final assessment, you will receive EC can use for your grade list.

You can now sign up for online courses (MOOCs) offered by top-ranking international universities, for which you can earn credits (MSc elective, as part of your free minor or honours programme). The 2017-2018 courses can be found here. Some additional courses may be added for the second semester – keep an eye on the website http://tudelft.nl/creditsformoocs

High-ranking expertise and guidance
You can choose topics offered by top-ranking international universities such as the University of Queensland, the Australian National University… and TU Delft, of course.


Easy enrolment, great outcomes
Enrolment in these courses is easy – it only takes three steps! – and you reap many benefits. Find out more here.

What we need from you is a clear commitment to engage with the course and stay with the programme, so that you don’t miss out on the benefits and we – and our partner universities, are able to maintain high-standards of participation and completion.

  • Enrich your portfolio: Choose electives from a growing diverse portfolio of online courses from TU Delft and other leading universities.
  • Access to expertise: Tap into the expertise of world-class academic staff in prestigious universities around the world without travelling.
  • Online and flexible: Enjoy a completely online and flexible learning experience. With 24/7 access you can study at the time and place that suits you.
  • Diverse learning experiences: User-friendly online courses offer different types of learning activities, content in multiple formats and flexible choices to maximize your learning experience.
  • Connect: Through active and social learning you can connect with a global community of online learners.

For questions you can email us: onlinelearningsupport@tudelft.nl

 

Voorlopige uitslag verkiezingen SR / Provisional results elections student council

Bij de voorlopige uitslagbepaling op 19 mei 2017 van de verkiezingen voor de Studentenraad op instellingsniveau, gehouden op 17 en 18 mei 2017, heeft de Centrale Verkiezingscommissie de navolgende kandidaten voorlopig gekozen verklaard:

Studentenraad op instellingsniveau:

Lijst 1, ORAS:
1 Marijke Blom
2 Benjamin Schoemaker
3 Yannick Hoff
4 Fieke Noordam
5 Daan Gorsse
6 Carel Wagenaar
7 Marie Sam Rutten

Lijst 2, Bèta:
1 Janna Beukers
2 Stijn Burmanje
3 Axel Meeuwissen

Op 29 mei 2017 zal de definitieve uitslag worden vastgesteld. Eventuele bezwaarschriften m.b.t. de geldigheid van deze uitslag moeten uiterlijk 6 juni 2017 17:00 uur schriftelijk worden ingediend bij de verkiezingscommissie SR, Stevinweg 1, 2628 CN Delft, kamer 5.10. Indien er geen bezwaarschriften zijn ingediend, zal de uitslag op 7 juni 2017 onaantastbaar zijn. De gekozen studenten zullen na 7 juni 2017 een brief krijgen om aan te geven of zij hun verkiezing aanvaarden.

 

Provisional results elections student council

According to the provisional election results of 19 May 2017 following the elections for the university’s Student Council at institutional level held on 17 and 18 May 2017, the Central Election Committee hereby declares that the following candidates have been provisional elected:

The Student Council at institutional level:

Lijst 1, ORAS:
1 Marijke Blom
2 Benjamin Schoemaker
3 Yannick Hoff
4 Fieke Noordam
5 Daan Gorsse
6 Carel Wagenaar
7 Marie Sam Rutten

Lijst 2, Bèta:
1 Janna Beukers
2 Stijn Burmanje
3 Axel Meeuwissen

The final results will be made known on 29 May 2017. Possible formal objections pertaining to the validity of the above results must be submitted, in writing, to the election committee at the latest on 6 June 2017 17:00 pm to: the Student Council Election Committee, Stevinweg 1, 2628 CN Delft, room 5.10. If no formal objections are received then the results will be made irreversible on 7 June 2017. After 7 June 2017 the elected students will be requested, by letter, to confirm their acceptance.

Top American academic from Caltech in Delft

On 16 May, the world-famous biochemical engineer Frances Arnold will be the key lecturer of the annually organised Van ‘t Hoff Lecture. Her public lecture will be about the innovative work for which she won the Millennium Technology Prize last year: making enzymes with directed evolution. The lecture (in English) will take place in the main auditorium of the Aula Building and starts at 19:00. Admission is free.

Frances Arnold is in Delft at the invitation of professors Andrzej Stankiewicz (3mE) of the TU Delft Process Technology Institute and Isabel Arends (AS) of the TU Delft Bioengineering Institute. As a colleague of Arnold, Prof. Arends will give an introduction to the Van ’t Hoff Lecture lecture.

Date:                           Tuesday 16 May 2017 – 19:00 to 20:00
Location:                     Main Auditorium of the Aula Building, TU Delft, Mekelweg 5, Delft
Admission:                  free, registration is not necessary

The Van ’t Hoff Lecture is organised annually by the DPTI, which is celebrating its fifth anniversary in 2017.

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There is no such thing as over-engineering

Alumni from the DUT09, DUT10 and DUT11 year have the tradition to gift each other hand made presents for each member’s graduation from the TU Delft. Over time, these gifts became “slightly” over-engineered. This ‘Settlers of Catan’ board game is their latest creation.

The game is milled out of solid aluminium and completely DUT-themed with carbon, aluminium, bremsenspritz, structural adhesive and cable ties instead of the regular resources. Next to that it has 3D printed, magnetic car parts that snap into place instead of streets, settlements and cities.

This article was posted online by FSteam on facebook.

Minor Event – 2 May

Are you in your second Bachelor year? Then you get to choose in May what you’re going to in the first half of your next year! Come to the Minor Event on May 2 and find out what kind of minors TU Delft has to offer.

Register here

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