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Jonkman, S.N. (author), Nillesen, A.L. (author), Oosterlo, P. (author), De Kort, R.P.J. (author)
De afgelopen jaren (2010 - 2015) zijn er in Nederland vele in het oog springende waterbouwkundige projecten gerealiseerd. Aansprekende voorbeelden betreffen onder meer Maasvlakte 2, de Zandmotor, de ontpoldering van de Noordwaard en de omlegging van de Zuid-Willemsvaart. Ook in de lokale watersystemen zijn diverse interessante projecten gebouwd....
book 2016
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Nillesen, A.L. (author), Kothuis, B.L.M. (author), Meyer, V.J. (author), Palmboom, F.J. (author)
This book presents a selection of research-by-design projects developed in the Delta Interventions Studio at the Delft University of Technology, including a short overview of all graduation projects from 2009-2015, and reflections by senior scholars. We hope this book will inspire others working on delta issues and designing interventions. The...
book 2016
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Wassink, J. (author)
The latest measurement instrument of the TU Delft measures the crystal structures of many different materials and is unique within the Netherlands. The so-called Pearl neutron powder diffractometer was opened on 24 September at the RID reactor institute. “It is difficult to overestimate the diversity of applications.”
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Hoving, D. (author)
TU Delft has been collaborating with China for decades, but the relationship only really intensified three years ago. What’s the added value of a Joint Research Centre?
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Wassink, J. (author)
Researchers at the South Pole launch test balloons. As soon as the atmosphere is stable enough, they will launch an enormous balloon carrying a telescope with detectors built in Delft.
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Bonger, S. (author)
For the past three years, TU Delft has had an office on the campus of Unicamp university in Brazil. But how do you organise joint teaching and research programmes 10,000 kilometres away? “That takes passion.”
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Van Uffelen, C. (author)
From the first coachload of Indonesian students to the 1,500 international students who joined Master’s degree programmes at Delft in the past year. Marietta Spiekerman explains how, in the space of three decades, TU Delft evolved from a university with a predominantly national role into a world-renowned international university of technology
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Weekamp, J.W. (author), Henneken, V.A. (author), Groenland, A.W. (author), Louwerse, M.C. (author)
Disclosed is an ultrasonic transducer assembly comprising an ultrasonic transducer chip (100) having a main surface comprising a plurality of ultrasound transducer elements (112) and a plurality of first contacts (120) for connecting to said ultrasound transducer elements; a contact chip (400) having a further main surface comprising a plurality...
patent 2015
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Wassink, J. (author)
Politicians will meet at the Climate Summit in Paris to discuss the IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) report. It provides an overview of the current state of climate knowledge, based on the work of thousands of scientists all over the world. Delft researchers have also contributed in various ways.
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Wassink, J. (author), Timmers, S. (author)
Engineers from Delft have designed a kind of Delta plan for Texas. The aim is to protect the inhabitants in and around Houston against floods caused by hurricanes
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Jongeneel, C. (author), Rentmeester, S. (author)
Biofuels such as ethanol from sugar cane and cellulose ‘waste’ are theoretically sustainable, as their combustion releases no more CO2 than is absorbed during production. Even so, they are also controversial, because they are believed to be grown at the expense of food crops, or because areas of rainforest are believed to the cleared for them....
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Van Uffelen, C. (author)
A philanthropist with a double life. Jacques van Marken, founder of the Dutch Yeast and Methylated Spirits Factory and the Agnetapark in Delft, felt at one with his workers, and was the first businessman in the Netherlands to organise housing and pensions. TU Delft alumnus Jan van der Mast is working on his biography
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Van Uffelen, C. (author), Rentmeester, S. (author)
They designed the Rijksmuseum app, which this year won several awards, and will release what they believe is the new standard for museum apps in October. TU alumni Steven Schaeken and Peter Slavenburg talk about their passion for design and technology
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Wassink, J. (author), Rentmeester, S. (author)
Biophysicist Professor Cees Dekker had a notable start to the year. He was appointed as a Professor of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences for his life’s work and received a major European research grant to develop artificial cell division. Dekker (56) is now focusing on the development of artificial life.
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Princic, A. (author)
The role of a librarian at many universities and research institutions has changed and is still changing. For most libraries a common thread is the knowledge flow and technological innovations in order to support the researchers in augmenting their academic output, academic visibility and impact. A challenge for the Library however, is how to...
lecture notes 2015
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Kothuis, B.L.M. (author), Brand, A.D. (author), Sebastian, A.G. (author), Nillesen, A.L. (author), Jonkman, S.N. (author)
In 2008, Hurricane Ike devastated Bolivar Peninsula, narrowly missing the more heavily industrialized and populated areas in the region. In the aftermath of the hurricane, the Severe Storm Prediction, Education and Evacuation from Disasters (SSPEED) Center at Rice University in Houston, and Texas A&M University in Galveston (TAMUG) led...
book 2015
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Van Dijk, T. (author), Rentmeester, S. (author)
Beating human heart cells are expected to give a significant boost to drug research. Researchers at TU Delft are working to develop such a chip: an electronically readable mini-organ.
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Van Dijk, T. (author)
Cheap electricity, no plutonium and no meltdowns. This is what the thorium molten salt reactor is romising. TU Delft has been given a grant to research this almost utopian reactor.
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Wassink, J. (author), Rentmeester, S. (author)
In a period of two months, TU Delft alumnus Allard van Hoeken gave around 100 interviews in response to the introduction of Bluetec and winning the Dutch KIVI Engineering Award. He was happy to do it, because he is an engineer with a message.
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Wassink, J. (author), Krijger, M. (author)
A capital of €60 billion in sewer drains lies buried in the Netherlands. These drains must gradually be replaced, but where to start? New inspection techniques may provide the answer.
journal article 2015
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