About TU Delft Publications
The TU Delft Publication environment encompasses three repositories, each targeting a different group: Research Repository, Education Repository and Cultural Heritage Repository.
TU Delft Research Repository contains scientific documents that are produced (or collected) by TU Delft researchers. The research documents are stored in a number of collections in order to facilitate the recovery process. The current collections are: Institutional Repository, Conference Proceedings, Hydraulic Engineering Reports and Maritime Archive. The Institutional Repository contains scientific output from TU Delft researchers and output from researchers that are affiliated with the TU Delft. The Conference Proceedings collection contains a set of papers from conferences that were organised by TU Delft or affiliated organisations. Serious attempts are made to collect all the papers that have been presented at the conferences. The collections of Hydraulic Engineering Reports and Geoscience Reports contain reports collected by researchers from faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences. Questions about Geoscience Reports can be send to Marijke Ammerlaan. The Maritime Archive (formerly known as ‘Mararchief’) contains documents collected by researchers from the faculty of Mechanical, Maritime and Materials Engineering (3mE), notably the department of Marine and Transport Technology. The Maritime Archive holds a lot of records with PDFs under embargo. If you would like to obtain one of these PDFs, please send an email to the MTT 3mE secretariat.
The Education Repository contains documents that have been created by TU Delft students.The Education Repository has a collection of Student theses containing master theses, bachelor theses and student reports.
Cultural Heritage Repository
The Cultural Heritage Repository stores information about the history of the TU Delft. This repository is “work in progress”. This environment contains descriptions from a set of technical drawings that have been created by TU Delft students between 1920 and 1946, a collection of historical documents from the EFL Foundation, and a set of documents about the administrative reform of the TU Delft in the period 1993-2001.
Work in progress
Two collections have not yet been transferred to this new environment.
TU Delft Library is hosting a number of repositories for third parties.