Once a year Delft University Fund awards the Marina van Damme grant to a TU Delft alumna. The grant gives talented female alumni the chance to reach a next step in their career. You can register up to and including April 17.
Kick off Next Generation Robotics honours class Honours class next generation robotics, is a program for excellent and motivated first year bachelor students with a broad interest in the development of robotics and the ambition to become leading in robotics research and development. This interdisciplinary program is an initiative from TU Delft Robotics Institute.
Do you have innovative, unexpected, transcending insights about the subject packaging and the environment? Would you like to develop your ideas about the optimum balance between consumer convenience and the environmental impact of packings? Apply now for the SVM Packaging and the Environment Scholarship and win a scholarship of €4000 for your master thesis project!
Thursday November 3rd, the Goede Vrienden Diner 2016 took place in the brand new Applied Sciences building of TU Delft. During this event Delft University Fund thanks her special relations for their support to TU Delft. During the dinner, all guests could enjoy an interesting program and many culinary specialties. Click to see photo’s!
Eduardo Olimpio from the faculty of Applied Sciences won an Unilever Research Prize 2016! Every year Unilever invites Dutch universities to nominate a graduate for the price. Eduardo won the award with his work on cellular systems. Earlier in November, Eduardo was declared a Best Graduate 2015-2016 of his faculty.