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New vlog: student council elections

On the 21st and 22nd of May the elections of the Student Council take place. Our reporter Sander went to find out what this council does and why these elections are important. You can vote for the Central and Faculty Student Councils through stem.tudelft.nl from 21 May, 8 a.m. until 22 May, 5 p.m.

The world’s first hydrogen powered passenger plane

The students of dreamteam Aerodelft set up Project Phoenix; the world’s first liquid hydrogen-powered two-seater motor glider. Amazing!

This perfect piece of design has a range greater than 2000km and is able to fly from the Netherlands to almost every part of Europe. Just on one tank of hydrogen.

Project Phoenix has a special layer system on both wings, which reduces the drag and fuel consumptions by up to 10% in comparison with other airplanes of this type. Want to know more about this special airplane? Have a look at the website of Aerodelft.

Osiris 11 May offline due to an update

Coming weekend,  Saturday 11 May Osiris will not be available for a whole day because of a new Osiris release. This also means that the MyTUDelft app will not work. More information: https://meldingen-ict.tudelft.nl/ 

 

Did you spot our new inhabitants?

One of the most beautiful birds – the peregrine falcon – decided to create a nest: on top of the tower of Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment at TU Delft. And we’ve got some more news: she got babies!

No worries if you haven’t seen the little falcons yet. You don’t have to climb on top of our A+BE building to take a look. We placed a special webcam into the bird nest, so you can watch mum and her babies every minute of the day.

Student council elections on 21 and 22 May

The Student Council elections at institutional level and the Student Council elections at faculty level are due to take place on Tuesday 21 and Wednesday 22 May 2019.

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Minor registration will be available 2 May 13:00

On the 1st of May we experienced some network issues, therefore the minor registration in Osiris could not open. The registration will open on 2 May 13:00.

Our apologies for any inconvenience.

Now available: new interactive campus map

Finding the fastest route to your classroom? Want to know exactly where you can park your bike or like to know where you can buy your tasty lunch? Our interactive map provides an answer to all of your questions.

With the new interactive map, you will immediately get more information about the accessibility, activities and food and beverage to or at our university. On the map you will find all buildings, parking spots, bike parks, bus stops and restaurants. Also very handy: with our built-in route planner, you can take the shortest route to your location. map.tudelft.nl 

Second Inspiring Dialogues by alumni for students

The Alumni Relations Office and Studium Generale have launched a new series called Inspiring Dialogues: interactive interviews with renowned DUT alumni giving you, the students, a chance to meet and talk to inspiring personalities that will help you skyrocket your career!

After a successful kick-off, we continue the series with Ionica Smeets on 7 May 2019! Our Alumnus of the year in 2018 graduated from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics & Computer Science in 2005, and is currently Professor of Science Communication at Leiden University. The general public knows her for her popular science columns, blogs, books and television work. She has also written several books on science communication.

During this interview Ionica shares her experiences as a student at our University and reveals how she became how she became an outspoken advocate of science communication. It goes without saying that there’s room for questions, so come join us and prepare to be inspired!

Sign up now and arrive early, because the first 50 students (present at the event) receive a copy of the book ‘Het exacte verhaal’ or ‘Don’t be such a scientist’ for free!

For more information and registration go here. Hope to see you there!

Elections members of the Student Council at institutional and Faculty level

The Central Election Committee hereby makes known the candidates for the elections for the university’s Student Council at institutional and faculty level on the 21 and 22 of May 2019.
Candidates who join the elections introduce themselves at https://stem.tudelft.nl/

A formal objection pertaining to the validity of the candidate lists can be submitted, in writing, to the election committee until Tuesday 30 April 2019 5.00 p.m.. If no formal objections are received then the results will be made irreversible on the 1st of May 2019. Formal objections can be submitted via JZ@tudelft.nl

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Don’t forget to unenrol after the final part of your study

Have you completed the final part of your study? Please be aware that you need to send a request to terminate your enrolment via Studielink as it will not be done automatically. Tuition fees need to be paid up to and including the last month of your enrolment.  Retroactive unenrolment is not allowed

Visit the SA website for more information regarding unenrolment and/or possible refund of tuition fees.

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