Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences

Master Event

Join us for the Master Event at the TU Delft on Tuesday 21 April 2015. Register now!

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As the Earth’s temperature rises, clouds become thinner

This in turn leads to extra warming of the climate.

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GeoWeek 2015

During this year's GeoWeek in May pupils aged between 13 and 15 can become acquainted with TU Delft.

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Study at the faculty

The Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences offers various Master courses and BSc programmes.

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CEG in the media

Our scientists are frequently in the news.

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News

At the conference of the European Geosciences Unio...Continue

 

At the conference of the European Geosciences Unio...Continue

 

A TU Delft proposal won 1st prize today in the cat...Continue

 

The Netherlands’ soil is home to around 100 billio...Continue

 

Meysam Naeimi (PhD Railway Engineering) received 2...Continue

 

Agenda

Are you planning to start on one of TU Delft’s Mas...Continue

 

Toward Turbulence-resolving Weather and Climate Si...Continue

 

Prestressed Concrete-Lined Tunnels - Towards Impro...Continue

 

Dr. Bert Wouters, University of BristolContinue

 

Uncertainty in Assessing Climate Change Impacts on...Continue

 

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