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Agenda

Thesis defence A. Kudarova: seismology

2 May 2016 | 10:00
location: Aula, TU Delft

Effective models for seismic wave propagation in porous media. Promotor: prof.dr.ir. C.P.A. Wapenaar (CiTG).Continue

 

Thesis defence G. Zhao: overtopping

2 May 2016 | 12:30
location: Aula, TU Delft

Breach Growth in Cohesive Embankments due to Overtopping. Promotor: prof.drs.ir. J.K. Vrijling (CiTG). Continue

 

Thesis defence M. Chahardowli: oil recovery

4 May 2016 | 10:00
location: Aula, TU Delft

Dimethyl Ether and Diethyl Ether for Enhanced Oil Recovery from Conventional and Fractured Reservoirs. Promotor: prof.dr. J. Bruining (CiTG). Continue

 

Thesis defence K.G. Zuurbier: freshwater

10 May 2016 | 15:00
location: Aula, TU Delft

Increasing freshwater recovery upon aquifer storage. Promotor: prof.dr. P.J. Stuijfzand (CiTG). Continue

 

BSc Open Days

19 May 2016 - 20 May 2016
location: TU Delft

The next BSc Open Days of TU Delft are planned on 19 en 20 May 2016.Continue

 

Symposium: Hydraulic Engineering in developing countries

19 May 2016 | 12:30
location: TU Delft - Sports & Culture

The symposium committee of the Waterbouwdispuut is pleased to announce that the first speakers and the chairman for the 2016 symposium have been confirmed. Amongst Others, Hans van Duivendijk, Dano Roelvink and Jan van Overeem will share their thoughts, knowledge and experience on the symposium’s topic:Hydraulic Engineering in Developing Countries:“Empowering local communities by education...Continue

 

Thesis defence T.C. Khuong: water management

30 May 2016 | 12:30
location: Aula, TU Delft

Shoreline Response to Detached Breakwaters in Prototype. Promotor: prof.drs.ir. J.K. Vrijling (CiTG). Continue

 

International Festival of Technology

1 June 2016 - 3 June 2016

From 1 -3 June 2016, Delft will host the International Festival of Technology (IFoT) that features technology, music and art. Continue

 

Lecture: How can resilient infrastructures contribute to social justice?

2 June 2016 | 15:00 - 17:30
location: TU Delft - Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment - Room R

In the last decade, resilience has become a leading paradigm for thinking about risks and safety threats, ranging from climate change and natural hazards to threats related to economic crises, migration, and globalization. Resilience roughly refers to the capacity of a system to respond to and recover from threats and it is often thought to contribute to a better – that is, a safer and more just...Continue

 

Climate Change, Energy and a sustainable, low cost path forward and how this government bureaucrat returns to science

24 June 2016 | 18:00
location: Aula Congress Centre TU Delft

TU Delft is pleased to announce the Delft Nobel Evening 2016 ‘Climate Change, Energy and a sustainable, low cost path forward’ by Prof. Steven Chu, Stanford University and Nobel Laureate 1997 (Physics) and U.S. Secretary of Energy 2009-2013 to be held on Friday, 24 June 24, 2016 at 18:00 at the Aula Congress Centre of TU Delft.Continue

 

E4D Summer School: Sand: an (in)finite Resource?

4 July 2016 - 22 July 2016
location: TU Delft

The E4D Summer School 2016 aims to develop an integrated vision to a global challenge of today’s construction industry. The programme revolves around the depleting resource sand and the question of how to develop alternative building materials for future cities. Continue

 

4th Delft Summer School on Gas and Solvent Enhanced Oil Recovery

11 July 2016 - 15 July 2016
location: TU Delft

This school covers the basics of immiscible and miscible gas enhanced oil recovery processes. The physics of gas/solvent EOR processes are discussed from pore-level mechanisms to field-scale application, with an emphasis on simple, practical reservoir-engineering design tools and fitting simulation parameters to laboratory and field data.Continue

 
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