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Dutch scientists show: the 1962 Alcatraz Escape was possible

14 December 2014

On 11 June 1962, three prisoners escaped from the heavily guarded prison island of Alcatraz just north of San Francisco. Where did their handcrafted rubber boat take them that night? The fate of Clarence Anglin, John Anglin and Frank Morris has continued to mystify the world down to the present day. When Dutch scientists were developing a model of the San Francisco Bay to study the impact of...Continue


TU Delft highly successful in Open Technology Programme

02 December 2014

TU Delft enjoyed great success in the recent awarding of grants in the STW Open Technology Programme (OTP). Six of the eight projects to receive a grant are being led by TU Delft. OTP is one of the instruments used by the STW Technology Foundation that enables scientists and industry to work together. It concerns projects with a budget of around 750,000 euros.Continue


MSc student of Water Management Peter Wessels graduates based on research into methane for Oasen

28 November 2014

On Thursday 20 November, Peter Wessels graduated at TU Delft. In recent months, this student of Water Management has been conducting research into methane bacteria and stages of aeration at drinking water company Oasen. Continue


Open Lab Day at CEG

28 November 2014

On 11 November 2014, over 100 alumni and contacts attended the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences for Open Lab Day. The structural engineering lab, the water lab and the geosciences lab opened their doors and visitors were given guided tours of the various set ups.Continue


Van Bergen Prize for Qing-yi Fan and Kim-Lan Jong Baw

27 November 2014

On Tuesday 18 November, Qing-yi Fan from the CEG International Office and Kim-Lan Jong Baw, former CEG Education & Student Affairs trainee were awarded the Van Bergen Prize for internationalisation and diversity in the Cultural Interaction Initiative Competition. Continue


Nol Gresnigt elected new president of International Society of Offshore and Polar Engineers

25 November 2014

Nol Gresnigt has been elected President of the International Society of Offshore and Polar Engineers (ISOPE) for 2014-2015. This is a great honour, bestowed in recognition of all the contributions the CEG Steel Structures Department has made to ISOPE over the years.Continue

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