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Best Graduate CEG: Joeri Brackenhoff

05 December 2016

From the faculty CEG, Joeri Brackenhoff has been nominated as Best Graduate. He finished the master track Geophysics (within the master programme Applied Earth Sciences) and obtained his degree in august 2016. His thesis was about the Marchenko effect. Since his graduation he has started a PhD at the department of Geoscience & Engineering, where he is continuing his research. Continue

 

BeachRock to defend vulnerable coastlines

27 September 2016

A different approach is being researched at the Delft University of Technology to defend vulnerable coastlines. Below the surface a natural process helps gluing sand grains together. This process is started by a certain type of bacteria. Leon van Paassen and Dianne den Hamer are looking in to this phenomenon. Continue

 

Géotechnique Letters Editor's choice Q2 2016

04 August 2016

A paper of Bin Wang, Michael Hicks and Phil Vardon was picked in the best papers selection from Géotechnique Letters for 2016 by the editorial panel and is free to access on the ICE Virtual Library. Continue

 

An article about Reflection imaging of the Moon's interior using deep-moonquake seismic interferometry

18 July 2016

The internal structure of the Moon has been investigated over many years using a variety of seismic methods. In this article we propose to apply body-wave seismic interferometry to deep moonquakes in order to retrieve zero-offset reflection responses (and thus images) beneath the Apollo stations on the nearside of the Moon. Continue

 

Pupils build dikes during Geoweek

05 July 2016

During Geoweek - which took place from 23 to 27 May – pupils followed a Masterclass on Dike Building in the Waterlab. Every morning and afternoon around 30 pupils worked in small groups on the design of a dike. At the end of the Masterclass they tested their own dike as a water barrier.Continue

 

New MOOC Geoscience: the Earth and its Resources

05 July 2016

You can now enroll in the new MOOC Geoscience: the Earth and its Resources. In a voyage through the Earth, this MOOC will explore the Earth's interior and the processes forming mountains and sedimentary basins. Continue

 

2nd Petrus-OPERA PhD and Early-Stage Researchers Conference 2016

27 June 2016

From 27th June at 10:00 up to 1st July at 15:00, 2016 Delft University of Technology will host the second PETRUS-OPERA PhD Conference in Delft, the Netherlands, dedicated to: ‘Radioactive Waste Management and Geological Disposal’ in conjunction with the Reactor Institute Delft. You are welcome to register to attend and/or present relevant work.Continue

 

A reading by Emeritus Professor S. Kroonenberg about his book “Why hell stinks of Sulfur”

15 June 2016

The Mijnbouwkundige Vereeniging has organised the reading on Wednesday June 15th 2016 at 19:00 (walk in 18:30).Continue

 

Geoscience students ended first in the Imperial Barrel Award competition

01 May 2016

The Imperial Barrel Award is an annual competition organized by the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) for Geoscience MSc students from universities around the world. Each team receives a data set (2D and/or 3D seismic data, petrophysical logs, cores etc.) and has to define exploration targets in the area of interest. Continue

 

Negar Khoshnevis Gargar wins DEWIS Award

12 February 2016

On Friday 12th of February, Negar Khoshnevis Gargar has won the DEWIS Award for Best Female PhD candidate TU Delft over the past year. Continue

 

Book: The Rare Earth Elements - An Introduction

01 February 2016

This book, writtenby J.H.L. Voncken, deals with the rare earth elements (REE), which are a series of 17 transition metals: scandium, yttrium and the lanthanide series. Continue

 

4th Delft Summer School 2016

25 January 2016

The Petroleum-Engineering Section of the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands is organizing the 4th Delft Summer School on “Gas and Solvent Enhanced Oil Recovery”. Continue

 

Two projects on geothermal engineering awarded by EU

20 January 2016

Geothermal energy has huge heating potential. How can geothermal wells be enhanced to make the most of this renewable energy source? Two projects on improving the potential of geothermal wells have been awarded as part of the EU’s Horizon 2020 Innovation Programme. David Bruhn, part-time professor for Geothermal Engineering at TU Delft, is involved in both projectsContinue

 

Negar Khoshnevis Gargar doctoral research nominated for DEWIS award

20 January 2016

Negar Khoshnevis Gargar doctoral research has been nominated for the DEWIS award, an annual accolade presented by Delft Women in Science (DEWIS) to the most talented female PhD graduate at TU Delft. She obtained her cum laude doctorate with a research thesis entitled “Combustion for Enhanced Recovery of Light Oil at Medium Pressures”.Continue

 

PhD Dissertation published as a book

17 December 2015

The PhD Dissertation of Roozbeh Khosrokhavar has been selected to be published as a book entitled "Mechanisms for CO2 Sequestration in Geological Formations and Enhanced Gas Recovery" in the Springer Theses Series. Continue

 

BioGeoCivil Summit 2015

18 November 2015

The partners of the STW sponsored BioGeoCivil program warmly invite you to participate in their closing event, the BioGeoCivil Summit 2015. Within the BioGeoCivil program, Bio-based Geo & Civil Engineering for a Sustainable Society, biology-based materials, technology and processes have been studied and developed with the aim of solving engineering challenges, while at the same time reducing the...Continue

 

Delft Summer School on Enhanced Oil Recovery for Carbonate Reservoirs

29 June 2015

This school covers the basics of enhanced oil recovery processes, with special emphasis on carbonate formations. The course also covers characterization of the carbonate reservoirs and highlights the complexity involved. The EOR processes are discussed from pore-level mechanisms to field-scale application, with an emphasis on simple, practical reservoir engineering design tools and fitting...Continue

 

Real-Time Mining started in April 2015

14 April 2015

On 14th and 15th of April the Horizon 2020 funded project Real-Time Mining kicked off. The overall aim of Real-Time-Mining is to develop a real-time framework to decrease environmental impact and increase resource efficiency in the European raw material extraction industry.The key concept of the proposed research promote the change in paradigm from discontinuous intermittent process monitoring to...Continue

 
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