De meningen ge-uit door medewerkers en studenten van de TU Delft en de commentaren die zijn gegeven reflecteren niet perse de mening(en) van de TU Delft. De TU Delft is dan ook niet verantwoordelijk voor de inhoud van hetgeen op de TU Delft weblogs zichtbaar is. Wel vindt de TU Delft het belangrijk - en ook waarde toevoegend - dat medewerkers en studenten op deze, door de TU Delft gefaciliteerde, omgeving hun mening kunnen geven.

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Extended measures – Coronavirus update on TU Delft website

Read the latest update related to the coronavirus; this contain the extended measures TU Delft is taking following the Dutch Government’s decisions and guidelines announced this afternoon.


Opening of second registration period for minors 2018-2019

From 1 July (00.00AM) to 31 July (23.59PM) the second registration period for minors 2018-2019 will be open. Students who are not selected/placed by lottery draw after the first registration period can register again in Osiris Student in the second registration period for minors who still have places available. A minor can fill up quickly. Make sure you register as soon as possible. Registration is no longer possible after 31 July. Students who are not selected/placed by lottery draw, will receive a personal message by mail about the second registration period. More information about the registration periods can be found on the website.

Sign up for the Crash Course Lobbying against nuclear weapons

This spring Peace organization Pax organizes a Crash Course Lobbying against nuclear weapons. During the Crash Course ten ambitious students will be trained as a diplomat, with workshops at Clingendael, NRG Petten and the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The highlight of the Crash Course is a five-day visit to an international conference about the non-proliferation agreement in Geneva at the end of April.

Pax is looking for students from different universities and fields of study (both social and exact sciences). You can find more information about this initiative via this link.

Interested? You can register until 5 February 2018.

Update: campus power cut

De gebouwen op de campus zijn weer van stroom voorzien. Alle gebouwen die ontruimd waren, openen in de loop van de middag weer hun deuren. Je wordt hierover verder geïnformeerd via de communicatiekanalen van je eigen Faculteit/Dienst.


The buildings on the campus affected by the power cut are reconnected to the grid. Buildings that have been evacuated, will be reopening their doors during the course of the afternoon. You will be kept informed of this through the communication channels of your Faculty/Support Service.




Get more out of your summer!


Most of us are happy lectures are over and eager to be lazy for a few weeks. Were you challenged enough in the past year? Or do you want to work on exciting assignments in a multidisciplinary environment, in Delft or abroad?

Make the most of your summer by following one of the summer schools or courses, offered by the TU Delft and its partners! We selected the best for you here. Continue reading

NSE Meeting: Free food and drinks


All students are invited for the yearly National Student Survey (NSE) meeting this Monday, June 15, at the IDE faculty. Everyone at TU Delft is very proud of the increase in student appreciation that this ranking of student satisfaction shows for 2015. As students you know best what the improvements within your own educational programme are. With a slice of pizza in hand, let us know what you think on the 15th! Register at Continue reading

New Free Festival and ‘Day of Wonder’ (formerly ZOMERfestival)

What: New International Festival of Technology
When: 1 to 5 June 2015
Where: Various locations in Delft


It’s time to celebrate what our city is good at: Delft will be combining the best of technology and innovation in a varied programme. Fans of technology, music, and festivals, as well as techno starters, students, and scientists will have the chance to meet for a whole week. Everyone will be challenged to join the debates, to inspire each other, and to create together. Test your knowledge and skills, take a look into the future, and meet the scientists behind the projects.

From June 1 to 5 2015, the city of Delft and the campus will be hosting the brand new International Festival of Technology. During this week, Delft will be the scene of master classes, challenges, debates, art walks and open lab days, as well as special performances like ‘Professors in the Theater Arena’ and ‘The Iceman’.

On the 3rd of June, during the OC&C Ringvaart Regatta, the TU Delft Sports Engineering Institute will be showing the latest technological developments, while on Friday there will be a special business programme for entrepreneurs seeking to collaborate. There will also be workshops for children, while TU Delft students will make an attempt to set a new ‘crate bridge’ world record. The programme is not yet complete!

One thing is sure: the festival will be packed with surprises and encounters. And everyone will be able to enjoy it all, because the Inholland University of Applied Sciences ‘Groentestudentenbus’ will be covering the festival via a livestream.

Spectacular festival finale
The grand finale is on Friday 5 June will be ‘A day of Wonder – a mix of music, technology, art, stand-up science, and very special food. Get inspired by leading speakers on trends in technology, and enjoy live performances by major artists and music innovators like:
Jett Rebel
Jacqueline Govaert
Typhoon & Friends
Benjamin Herman
Rico & A.R.T.

For more information and updates:
Facebook Event & Festival Site

Demonstration Ampelmann Operations 11&12 March

In collaboration with Delft University of Technology, Ampelmann Operations creates an opportunity for students to experience Ampelmann’s high tech innovations from close by. They are actually bringing an Ampelmann system (the L-type) and their technological experts to TU Delft.

During the day Ampelmann will primarily be demonstrating the L-type and its functionalities. Additionally you will find free bites (poffertjes and suikerspin). And while you are there, do take the opportunity to talk to Ampelmann’s various employees.

Date & place

11/03, TU Delft L&R faculty – parking lot next to Fellowship
12/03, TU Delft EWI faculty – parking lot behind EWI

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Eind februari geen treinverkeer Delft CS / Disruption to trains at Delft Central Station in late February

Eind februari geen treinverkeer Delft CS

Reis je regelmatig met de trein richting de TU Delft? Houd er dan rekening mee dat er van zondag 22 februari t/m vrijdag 27 februari geen treinen tussen Den Haag, Delft en Schiedam rijden. Ook goed om te weten: het nieuwe busstation aan de voorkant van het station wordt op 15 februari in gebruik genomen.

Het is de bedoeling dat na deze werkzaamheden, op zaterdag 28 februari 2015, het nieuwe ondergrondse station en de nieuwe stationshal van Delft geopend worden en de eerste reizigerstrein door de nieuwe spoortunnel rijdt.

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Pulse: Meer ruimte voor nieuwe onderwijsvormen /Pulse: More room for new teaching formats

De TU Delft gaat een nieuw gebouw realiseren, dat ruimte biedt voor nieuwe onderwijsvormen: Pulse, de afkorting van Practise, Unite, Learn, Share & Explore. Een gebouw waar studenten en docenten van de TU Delft ruimte krijgen om elkaar te ontmoeten en kennis en ervaringen met elkaar te delen.

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