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L. van Eijck
4/26/2013 1:45:00 PM
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A clean and flexible method of catalyst synthesis by efficient deposition of nanoparticles on electrospun nanofibres
A. Vugt
5/14/2014 8:00:00 AM
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A New Chapter in Fundamental Physics: Nobel laureate Gerard 't Hooft on the Higgs Boson
With the exciting news of the faster-than-light neutrinos now behind us, the next big event in particle physics will soon be upon us: the announcement of the discovery of the elusive Higgs boson. Popularly known as the God Particle, this tiny little thing is hoped by research scientists at CERN to be the final clue to the very make-up of physical reality. If found, it should explain a lot about how it is that everything exists the way that it does. However, there are others yet who believe that the artificial creation of this particle in the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, the enormous underground facility beneath the border between Switzerland and France, will tear a rift in the fabric of our universe and kill us all. Or suck us into a deep and endless black hole at the other end of time. However, as my own physics professor always said, “Nothing sucks in physics.” And the fact of the matter is that today’s speaker, the Nobel prize winning physicist Gerard 't Hooft, is determined to explain to us what the significance is of discovering the Higgs boson. And, alternatively, what it means if the particle isn’t found at all after 40 years of research, thousands of man hours, and billions of dollars in public spending. In short: the future of physics depends on the tiniest particle of all. Seeing as this is co-organized with the prestigious Kronig Lecture series organized by the VvTP (the Students Association for Applied Physics), we recommend getting to the lecture on time to get yourself a good seat.
G. 't Hooft
2/9/2012 3:00:00 PM
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A sustainable energy supply for everyone
A.J.M. van Wijk
12/7/2011 2:00:00 PM
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Aerospace polymers are shaping up: Structural and functional properties can go hand in hand
A little more than half a century ago wood was the material of choice for building an aircraft. Although readily available and easy to process, this material was rapidly overtaken by aluminum in the early 60’s. More recently Boeing introduced the 787, which is over 50% by weight a polymer-based composite aircraft. Aerospace engineers are always on the lookout for new enabling materials because new materials open routes towards novel airplane and spacecraft designs. Current state-of-the-art aerospace materials include ductile and fatigue resistant aluminum alloys and light-weight carbon-fiber reinforced polymer composites, which combine high strength with high stiffness. The driving force behind these developments: to allow aerospace engineers to design lighter, faster and safer aircraft and spacecraft. For future aircraft and spacecraft designs, however, weight reduction will not only be achieved by replacing structural components by lighter ones but by designing materials which are able to combine structural tasks with systems functionality. Shape memory polymers, for example, are able to provide structural integrity and actuator capability, resulting in a morphing wing or control surface. In addition to morphing structures, one can envision carbon-fiber reinforced composites where the polymer component functions as an organic transistor and provides in-situ health monitoring capability for a light-weight high-speed jetliner. A structural foil for solar propulsion in space can be designed such that it acts as polymer photovoltaic cell and battery. The role of multifunctional polymers in aerospace applications might again prove to be a game changer.
T.J. Dingemans
6/25/2010 1:00:00 PM
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Creamier cheese by use of polarized neutrons
W.G. Bouwman
4/26/2013 12:45:00 PM
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Delft Bioengineering Institute – 3 PI Pitches
presenter@tudelft
3/27/2018 1:30:00 PM
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Diploma Ceremony Master AP
presenter@tudelft
7/1/2021 12:00:00 PM
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Dr. Picken's Grand Electrical Cabinet
This is an expanded version of 'Dr. Picken's Elektrisch Kabinet' the ad-hoc project to explain a least something about the fun of science to the world at large. We start with ancient Greeks and finish with Tesla, visiting a few others like Maxwell, Hertz, Roentgen & Crookes along the way, maybe some mad Italians as well. In this BIG & EXPANDED version of the electrical cabinet there are some scientifically interesting things to discuss - where does static electricity come from, why do you use distilled water in a modern electrolyser, how about the efficiency of resonant coupling?
S.J. Picken
1/7/2013 11:30:00 AM
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Earthquakes in the Netherlands
L. Evers
2/28/2013 2:45:00 PM
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Fukushima 3 jaar later
R. Teule
2/28/2014 11:30:00 AM
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Graduation - Applied Physics: group B
presenter@tudelft
9/28/2020 2:25:00 PM
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Graduation – Chemical Engineering: group C
presenter@tudelft
9/28/2020 11:55:00 AM
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Graduation - SEC: group B
presenter@tudelft
9/30/2020 2:55:00 PM
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Graduation BSc-TN_001
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11/13/2020 8:28:00 AM
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Graduation BSc-TN_002
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11/13/2020 10:28:00 AM
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Graduation BSc-TN_003
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11/13/2020 12:28:00 PM
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Graduation BSc-TN_004
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11/13/2020 2:28:00 PM
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Grote toekomst voor kleine materialen
E.P.A.M. Bakkers
1/28/2011 2:00:00 PM
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Het koude vuur
P. Dorenbos
10/14/2009 1:00:00 PM
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Het zit in de pijplijn
Meerfasenstroming in pijpleidingen omvat het simultaan transport van gas, vloeistof en vaste deeltjes, zoals veelvuldig gebuikt in met name de wereldwijde olie en gas industrie. Het is de verwachting dat de olie en gas productie de komende 40 jaar nagenoeg constant blijft, maar dat de velden complexer worden. Dit betekent dat de meerfasenpijpleidingen langer worden (meer dan 500 km straks tegenover 140 km nu) en in dieper en kouder water gelegen zijn. Hierdoor kan zich bijvoorbeeld meer vloeistof in de pijpleidingen ophopen. Voor het voorspellen en begrijpen van dergelijke stromingen moeten geavanceerde modellen ontwikkeld worden. De meerfasenstroming wordt bepaald door verschillende simultane fysische processen, beïnvloed door dichtheidsverschillen, viscositeit, en oppervlaktespanning. De fundamentele kennis van éénfasenstroming door pijpleidingen is al ver ontwikkeld, door het gebruik van Direkte Numerieke Simulaties en het toepassen van optische meettechnieken. Het is een enorme wetenschappelijke uitdaging om de meerfasenkennis op datzelfde pijl te brengen. Hiertoe moet het instabiele scheidingsvlak tussen vloeistof en gas nauwkeurig gemodelleerd worden en moeten er verschillende gecombineerde experimentele technieken worden ingezet, waaronder laser en Röntgen, in laboratorium opstellingen. Het eigen onderzoek zal zich de komende jaren richten op de stromingsinstabiliteiten, met het doel de ééndimensionale rekenmodellen zoals gebruikt in het industriële ontwerp geschikt te maken voor de moeilijke condities, en deze waar nodig te koppelen aan meerdimensionale modellen. De meerfasenstromingen in pijpleidingen behoort tot de vakgebieden stromingsleer en procestechnologie. Beide vakgebieden hebben een lange traditie aan de Technische Universiteit Delft, en de afstudeerders en PhDs zijn geliefd bij de Nederlandse en wereldwijde industrie. Er rust een verantwoordelijke taak op deze nieuw generatie ingenieurs: zij moeten de standaards zoals door de jaren heen ontwikkeld begrijpen, en tevens de nieuwe standaards ontwikkelen. Veiligheid bij operaties in de olie en gas industrie moet voorop staan. Dit betekent diepe kennis van de fysische processen om risico’s in te schatten, en het beschikbaar hebben van de juiste technologie om incidenten snel onder controle te krijgen. Het recente incident in de Golf van Mexico, waarbij de olie langdurig niet meer in de pijplijn zat, laat zien hoe moeilijk dat kan zijn.
R.A.W.M. Henkes
9/22/2010 1:00:00 PM
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In Silico²: Unleashing the potential of multi-scale multi-physics modeling in biomedical applications
S. Kenjereš
5/1/2024 1:00:00 PM
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It's a Metter of Antimatter
H. Schut
4/26/2013 1:45:00 PM
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Kavli artist in residence
S. van Saarloos
1/16/2020 3:00:00 PM
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Kernenergie van eigen kweek
J.L. Kloosterman
4/1/2016 1:00:00 PM
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Kijken, zonder lenzen! Lensless imaging for metrology in Lithography
W.M.J.M. Coene
2/3/2017 2:00:00 PM
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Kluyver Colloquium - The C1 Gas Biorefinery to Produce Extractable Chemicals or Food
presenter@tudelft
11/18/2020 12:28:22 PM
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Kronig Lecture: Majorana Fermions
L.P. Kouwenhoven
6/12/2012 2:00:00 PM
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Lessen en uitdagingen in Bioprocestechnologie
J.J. Heijnen
11/18/2016 2:00:00 PM
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MSR symposium - Thorium In Molten Salt Reactors
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4/17/2015 8:00:00 AM
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Nanobiology
M. Dogterom
6/12/2015 1:00:00 PM
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Nano-carriers in the flight against cancer
R. de Kruijf
4/26/2013 12:15:00 PM
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Neutrino’s vs. Einstein: Meetfout of de omverwerping van de relativiteitstheorie?
Lucie de Nooij is deeltjesfysicus bij Nikhef en maakt onderdeel van het researchteam van het Atlas experiment van CERN. Zij gaat tijdens de lunch een lezing en discussie verzorgen over de ophef rond de bekendmaking dat er neutrino’s geobserveerd zijn die sneller dan licht gaan. Iets dat volgens Einstein’s relativiteitstheorie, een van de steunpunten van de moderne natuurkunde, onmogelijk zou moeten zijn. Wat gebeurt er nu? Als dit word geverifieerd, gaat de wetenschap dan op de schop? En wat betekent dat voor jou opleiding als technicus? Geen paniek! Kom gewoon naar de lezing, neem gezellig je vrienden mee en word een stukje wijzer. Het zijn spannende tijden.
L. de Nooij
10/13/2011 10:30:00 AM
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Neutrons With a Twist!
C. Pappas
3/31/2010 1:00:00 PM
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Nieuwe technologie voor het detecteren van elementaire deeltjes
H. van der Graaf
1/16/2015 2:00:00 PM
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Opening Master in Nuclear Security
Y. Amano
4/18/2013 9:30:00 AM
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Opening Microsoft Quantum Lab
presenter@tudelft
2/21/2019 8:30:00 AM
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Room at the bottom
B. Rieger
9/29/2017 1:00:00 PM
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Samofar - Projects overview
presenter@tudelft
7/5/2019 7:00:00 AM
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Seeing is believing: visualizing genes in action
prof.dr. M.E. Tanenbaum
5/24/2024 1:00:00 PM
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Spatial Organization in Nano-Sculptured Bacteria
F. Wu
10/27/2015 1:30:00 PM
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Spoken, Teleportatie, Quantumrevolutie
R. Hanson
5/1/2015 1:00:00 PM
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The introduction of proton therapy in the Netherlands
M. Engelsman
4/26/2013 2:15:00 PM
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Tracking Molecules in Mice and Men
M.C. Goorden
4/26/2013 1:15:00 PM
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Van Chemische Technologie tot Schaalbare Nanotechnologie
J.R. van Ommeren
10/28/2016 1:00:00 PM
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Webinar Biobased TNW - test1
presenter@tudelft
10/6/2014 7:00:00 AM
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Webinar on ‘Biotechnology and Agricultural Residues’
Outline of the webinar: • Introduction of theme, video clips available from various partners (TU Delft, BPF, Corbion, BE-Basic, HollandBio and DSM – e.g. with our LIBERTY clips) • Reflections from all over the world via online clips from participants of the free online Industrial Biotech course, organized by the TU Delft. The course DelftX “Technology for Biobased Products” starts with a challenge for participants to submit a two-minute video with innovative ideas around biotechnology and agricultural waste streams. The jury nominates 6 finalists during the event. The winner is offered a visit/internship at the TU Delft. The jury consists of Sven Thormählen, CTO of Corbion and Henrique de Brito, professor and Director Research at the State University Campinas, Brazil. A total of 4,500 students have registered and we are looking forward to many interesting, creative and innovative clips. • Online Panel discussion with all angles of the value chain: Education, R&D and Innovation & Deployment.
K.C.A.M. Luyben
10/6/2014 1:00:00 PM
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When Materials meet Chemical Engineering
J. Gascon
12/3/2014 2:00:00 PM
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Where the light was not: Failure in education
For years we have stood by while the educational system in The Netherlands has deteriorated. This is a contentious statement and one that requires both defining and defending. As importantly—no, more importantly—the problem demands a solution. That there has been a steady decline in the educational system at all levels from primary education through university education has been amply documented, not the least of which was the Dijsselbloem-led “Parlementair Onderzoek” report published in 2008. That there is a greater need than ever for a well-educated society has also become obvious as we compete increasingly with countries like China and India not just in the economic marketplace but in the intellectual and philosophical marketplaces as well. Further, due to pure demographics, both China and India have more students in the top 1% of their children than The Netherlands has children. Who are the “we” that have simply stood by, or worse yet, aided and abetted what professor J.D. Imelman (emeritus hoogleraar pedagogiek) has described as a crime? We are the teachers and the educational administrators, the civil servants, the politicians, and the ministers, the voters, the citizens and the parents. “We” are the Dutch society. In the most fundamental sense—and with only the possible exclusion of the students themselves—we are all to blame. And what needs to be done? First, a sense-of-urgency is required. The current economic crisis is the opportunity we need. To quote Rahm Emanuel, chief-of-staff to President Obama, “Never let a serious crisis go to waste. And what I mean by that it’s an opportunity to do things that you think you could not do before.” To move from our current state of passivity to one of activity, we need to mobilize teachers at every level to directly address the body politic and its representatives in the Tweede Kamer. We need the full support of the Royal Family. We need to place both responsibility and authority for education in the hands of those that have as a primary (and ambitious) goal the implementation of no less than the finest educational system in the world. A country of the scale of The Netherlands can both seek and achieve this goal. Finally, we need to embrace the idea that without a solid foundation in fundamental skills, learned in the earliest phases of the educational process, we will cede our future to others
I.T. Young
5/20/2009 1:00:00 PM
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With new nuclear reactors 50 times more energy
J.L. Kloosterman
4/26/2013 2:15:00 PM
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