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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

Elections members of the Student Council at institutional level

Elections members of the Student Council at institutional level

The Central Election Committee hereby makes known the candidates for the elections for the university’s Student Council at institutional level on 17th and 18th May 2017. A formal objection pertaining to the validity of the candidate lists can be submitted, in writing, to the election committee until 5.00 p.m. on Wednesday 25th April 2017. If no formal objections are received then the results will be made irreversible on 26st April 2017. Formal objections can be submitted to the Student Council Election Committee, Stevinweg 1, Delft, room 5.10.

Lijst 1: ORAS Lijst 2: Lijst Bèta
1 Marijke Blom 1 Janna Beukers
2 Benjamin Schoemaker 2 Stijn Burmanje
3 Yannick Hoff 3 Axel Meeuwisse
4 Fieke Noordam 4 Tim Wubbe
5 Daan Gorsse 5 Luc Enthoven
6 Carel Wagenaar 6 Amber van Hamel
7 Marie Sam Rutten 7 Joep Bastiaans
8 Bart Ovaa 8 Floor van Dam
9 Mitchel Grund 9 Fleur de Geer
10 Wolke Visser 10 Maxine Ankora
11 Emiel Bartels 11 Bart van Eeden
12 Marieke Noordermeer 12 Iris Kooijman
13 Manon Waling 13 Egbert Kooij
14 Casper Dek 14 Annemarie van den Hoed
15 Mark Janssen 15 Jelle Vos
16 Ramy Al-Sharif 16 Gijs Wissing
17 Beer van der Drift 17 Marianne Schaaphok
18 Coen de Vries 18 Marloes Bier
19 Marc Bathelt 19 Lennard Pol
20 Philip van den Heuvel 20 Hessel van der Eijk
21 Eva Schouten 21 Daan Picavet
22 Rutger van Limborgh 22 Caspar Roth
23 Rachel Los 23 Margot Guurink
24 Michael van der Wielen 24 Elsemiek Smilde
25 Lisa Büller 25 Daniëlle Bode
26 Léjon Zorn 26 Wietse Kruijsse
27 Wouter Kessels 27 Janna Bogers
28 Zaïda Rivai 28 Bruno Lapré
29 Sophie Smits 29 Stijn Strebus
30 Daniëlle Roos 30 Johannes Nieuwenhuis

 

Verkiezingen leden studentenraad op instellingsniveau

De Verkiezingscommissie maakt hierbij de kandidaten voor de verkiezingen op 17 en 18 mei 2017 van de leden van de studentenraad op instellingsniveau bekend. Tegen de geldigheid van de kandidatenlijst kan tot dinsdag 25 april 2017 17:00 uur bezwaar worden ingediend. Indien er geen bezwaarschriften zijn ingediend, zullen de kandidatenlijsten op 26 april 2017 onaantastbaar zijn. Bezwaarschriften kunnen ingediend worden bij de Verkiezingscommissie, Stevinweg 1, Delft, kamer 5.10.

Lijst 1: ORAS Lijst 2: Lijst Bèta
1 Marijke Blom 1 Janna Beukers
2 Benjamin Schoemaker 2 Stijn Burmanje
3 Yannick Hoff 3 Axel Meeuwisse
4 Fieke Noordam 4 Tim Wubbe
5 Daan Gorsse 5 Luc Enthoven
6 Carel Wagenaar 6 Amber van Hamel
7 Marie Sam Rutten 7 Joep Bastiaans
8 Bart Ovaa 8 Floor van Dam
9 Mitchel Grund 9 Fleur de Geer
10 Wolke Visser 10 Maxine Ankora
11 Emiel Bartels 11 Bart van Eeden
12 Marieke Noordermeer 12 Iris Kooijman
13 Manon Waling 13 Egbert Kooij
14 Casper Dek 14 Annemarie van den Hoed
15 Mark Janssen 15 Jelle Vos
16 Ramy Al-Sharif 16 Gijs Wissing
17 Beer van der Drift 17 Marianne Schaaphok
18 Coen de Vries 18 Marloes Bier
19 Marc Bathelt 19 Lennard Pol
20 Philip van den Heuvel 20 Hessel van der Eijk
21 Eva Schouten 21 Daan Picavet
22 Rutger van Limborgh 22 Caspar Roth
23 Rachel Los 23 Margot Guurink
24 Michael van der Wielen 24 Elsemiek Smilde
25 Lisa Büller 25 Daniëlle Bode
26 Léjon Zorn 26 Wietse Kruijsse
27 Wouter Kessels 27 Janna Bogers
28 Zaïda Rivai 28 Bruno Lapré
29 Sophie Smits 29 Stijn Strebus
30 Daniëlle Roos 30 Johannes Nieuwenhuis

 

Remember to deregister when you graduate

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Finished with your exams and waiting for the results? Then you should know that your registration at TU Delft will not be terminated automatically when you are graduated. . When you are graduating, you should file a request for deregistration during the month of graduation. You do not have to wait until graduation; you may submit the request as soon as you can, preferably even a couple of weeks prior to your graduation date.You pay tuition fees up to and including the last month of your registration. Retroactive deregistration is not allowed

So, have you passed your exams and are you officially done studying? Time to deregister and celebrate! Visit the CSA website for more information regarding deregistration and/or a possible refund of tuition fees.

No restitution of tuition fee

If you’ll continue your studies in the 2016-2017 academic year, beware of the changes in the rules for restitution of tuition fee. If you deregister during the 2016-2017 academic year, you will not be entitled to a refund if you terminate your enrolment by 1 July or 1 August.

QA part 2: Snapchat – TU Delft Vlogs #12

Round 2 baby! If you don’t follow TU Delft on Snapchat yet, shame on you. But you can redeem yourself, just subscribe to TU Delft Vlogs on Youtube today.

Meer weten over autisme? Vanavond met Filemon in Delft

Vanavond ‘Jong en Aut’ in Delft, met Filemon Wesselink. In het kader van de NVA autisme week is er op 6 april in Delft aandacht voor autisme. Er zijn workshops, lezingen, een informatiemarkt en er is een documentaire over autisme. Ervaringsdeskundige  Filemon Wesselink maakt zijn opwachting in Delft.


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QA part 1 – TU Delft Vlogs #11

All these questions, so little time! Hugo got a lot of questions from high-school students and TU Delft students alike via Youtube and Snapchat. Watch Part 1 of the Q&A, where the Youtube questions are answered. Don’t forget to subscribe to TU Delft Vlogs.

Semester start – TU Delft Vlogs #10

All the cool kids are doing it

We are looking for new Introduction Programme coaches: 

Specifically, we’re looking for you. Because you are:

  • a team player
  • with a positive working attitude
  • with a strong sense of responsibility
  • interested in creating an amazing start for new international students
  • available in August 2017, and for some training days in May and June

 

The 2-week Introduction Programme is organised by the Central International Office (CIO), to welcome all new international students to TU Delft (nearly 2000 in Summer 2016). Students learn about the academic culture and student life at TU Delft, while meeting their new peers from around the world.  It is an intense, fast-paced and fun 2 weeks to give all the new students the best start to their studies in Delft.  Your contribution is most valuable.

Who?

80 TU Delft students (Dutch and internationals) are selected and trained to become fun, professional and responsible coaches to guide and support the new students during the Introduction Programme. Coaches mentor the new students during the programme and are the first point of contact.

You have to be flexible and show initiative in taking roles in many different programme elements, to help the whole event run smoothly.

We expect you to have a positive working attitude, a strong sense of responsibility, to be a team player, to have genuine interest in the well-being of new international students, to have knowledge of the educational system of the TU Delft, and to be enthusiastic about showing Delft and its educational environment to new students.

When?

The Introduction Programme will take place between 19 August  – 1 September 2017. You must be available for this whole period as well as the 3 trainings on 16 May, 6 June and 18 August 2017. Active participation in all three trainings is absolutely mandatory to be accepted as a coach.  

 To have a chance of being selected, you need to attend one of the assessment days on 24 and 25 April.

Why?

  • Get an amazing experience on your CV
  • Meet a lot of fellow students,
  • Be part of an amazing enthusiastic team
  • Earn a gross salary of €10.02 per hour
  • Total 45-80 hours work

If this all sounds good to you, then wait no longer apply here before 3 April: https://flexdelft.nl/applications

Explore your Brain at the TU Delft Library

As part of the ‘175 years TU Delft’ celebrations around the TU Delft Library will be exploring the brain from 13 March till 7 April.

The mission of the Library is to enable knowledge to flow freely. It is a place to study, learn and be inspired. During the ‘Explore your Brain’ weeks students, staff and the general public can find out how to get the most out of their brain, with or without technology.

Check out these events in the Library this week:

  • Brain Month optical illusion in the hall
  • Brainfood @ CoffeeStar: discover how (super)foods work on yer noggin’
  • Spotify: How music can influence your brain
  • Tinker Table: Challenge yourself and try to solve one or more of these brainteasers!

You also can watch an interesting selection of brain related movies and documentaries as well as to take part in workshops, presentations and a provocative debate.

Explore your Brain! Discover the whole programme here: www.175.tudelft.nl/brain

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