Departments

Professors

Projects

I really go for it

"What I’m doing now combines technology, innovation, design and the human body. It has everything,” she says...
Read more

Keeping students on course

Professor Hans Hellendoorn is head of the Delft Center for Systems and Control (DCSC) and Director of Education...
Read more

Procedures for new implants

Professor Edward Valstar carries out research into mechanical loosening of artificial hips and knees, his aim being to...
Read more

Understanding microstructures of steel

Last year, Maria Santofimia won a European ERC Starters Grant as well as a Dutch innovation research incentive (vidi)...
Read more


I just really enjoy the work

Control lies at the heart of the work of Frans van der Helm and his department – controlling people and equipment...
Read more


Sustainable, small-scale and flexible

If we want to contribute to the future's energy supply we will need to conduct research on clean alternatives...
Read more

Agile robots

A 'personal' robot for every household. This is the dream of Martijn Wisse of the Biorobotica laboratory....
Read more

Developing processes to achieve specific purposes

The ultimate challenge for materials scientists is to construct materials with any characteristics they desire...
Read more

Clever instruments and high-quality training simulators

Jenny Dankelman, professor in Biomechanical Engineering, dreams of a future...
Read more

Collapsing buildings due to overheated steel a thing of the past

To develop fire-resistant steel you need to know exactly what happens to steel under high temperatures...
Read more

Smart design tools are the future

Hans Hopman, Professor of Ship Design, is convinced of this. He believes that Dutch shipbuilders, with their focus on...
Read more

The environment will become the limiting factor

This is according to Gabriël Lodewijks. He believes that environmental standards will determine what is and is not...
Read more


Naam auteur: webredactie 3mE
© 2014 TU Delft

Metamenu