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9 Apr 2021
Newsletter April 2021
A new newsletter has been sent out, read more here!
1 Apr 2021
Stephanie Hessing new Managing Director 4TU Centre for Resilience Engineering
Stephanie Hessing is the new Managing Director of the 4TU Centre for Resilience Engineering (4TU RE).
31 Mar 2021
JIRC20 proceedings available
We are glad to announce that the Conference Proceedings of our Joint International Conference 2020 are published and available
12 Mar 2021
Our open access platform for Urban Resilience educational materials is live!
The Urban Resilience Open Educational Resources (OER) platform of the 4TU RE Academy is now live!
29 Jan 2021
Newsletter January 2021
A new newsletter has been posted.
28 Jan 2021
New 4TU RE Steering Group members
We are welcoming Prof. Andy Johnson and Dr. Joanne Vinke-de Kruijf as our New 4TU RE Steering Group members.
20 Jan 2021 - Source: TU Delft
Prof. Dr. Tatiana Filatova moves to TU Delft
Prof. Dr. Tatiana Filatova, long time researcher at the University of Twente, will move to TU Delft from April 1st, 2021. Here, she will be active in the Multi Actor Systems Department at the TPM Faculty. For the 4TU community no change is foreseen, as she will continue leading the 4TU DeSIRE Programme, and will continue serving in the Scientific Steering Group of the 4TU Centre for Resilience Engineering.
15 Jan 2021 - Source: TU Delft
179th Dies Natalis of TU Delft
This year, TU Delft's Dies Natalis was all about resilience. How do we take on the challenges of tomorrow? With a variety of keynote speakers, the week-long event has given interesting insights into which challenges lie ahead and how to confront them.
25 Dec 2020
Green light for CASTOR project
We are very pleased to announce that the CASTOR project received a NWA-ORC grant of 1.9 million euro. This means green light for this project as well. CASTOR is all about the sandy-soil landscapes of the east and south Netherlands. These have a wide range of agricultural, recreational and natural functions and are at risk with climate change. Using a living lab approach, the CASTOR project identifies climate-robust landscapes for the future, and together with government and societal partners they design pathways towards these.