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TU Delft zainteresowane projektami w Teamingu

Dear Widening NCP colleagues,

The Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) is interested in the Teaming call and is looking for interested Widening country parties. TU Delft is experienced in FP7/H2020 programmes and now want to extend their H2020 participation.

Delft University of Technology

TU Delft cooperates with many other educational and research institutions, both in the Netherlands and abroad. The high quality of our research and teaching is renowned. TU Delft has numerous contacts with governments, trade associations, consultancies, industry and small and medium-sized companies. The university boasts a solid track record in European funded research and technology projects.

Delft University of Technology comprises 8 faculties and offers 16 bachelor and 32 master tracks to over 20,000 students enrolled at the university. Some 2500 PhD students are enrolled. Faculties:

1)      Aerospace Engineering;

2)      Applied Sciences;

3)      Architecture and the Built Environment;

4)      Civil Engineering and Geo-sciences;

5)      Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Sciences;

6)      Industrial Design Engineering;

7)      Mechanical, Maritime and Materials Engineering;

8)      Technology, Policy and Management.

In addition to faculty based research, there are university wide research initiatives focussing on health, energy, environment, and, infrastructures & mobility. Furthermore, there are research institutes in a variety of fields ranging from nanotechnology, to wind energy, and from robotics to space research.   The university participates in a number of international collaboration schemes such as CESAER, the Conference of European Schools for Advanced Engineering Education and Research, and the IDEA-League, a network for leading European universities of science and technology.  Delft University seeks to expand its international collaboration by engaging in a Widening-Teaming initiative. This initiative may focus on any of the university’s science and technology fields.

For details please contact: Jan Schiereck at:


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