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17 Dec 2019
Newsletter December 2019
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24 Oct 2019
ESREL 2020 PSAM15
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23 Oct 2019
4TU takes action for ‘high tech for a sustainable future’
The 4TU.Federation presented five new educational programmes in The Hague yesterday. 22 million euros were allocated for the realisation of the initiative. A total of 44 tenure trackers and 29 postdocs are working on the research cores. The overarching theme is ‘high tech for a sustainable future’. Read the U-Today article.
10 Sep 2019
ISNGI 2019
ISNGI 2019 is an initiative of the SMART Infrastructure Facility (NLD) and our host partners University College London (UK), University of Oxford (UK), University of Virginia (US) and Delft University of Technology (NLD). Furthermore, for every edition of the Symposium there are local partners that are part of the organization of this event. In this opportunity the Argentine Centre of Engineers is our local partner.
5 Sep 2019
Newsletter September 2019
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30 Aug 2019
Climate Resilient Transport Networks Webinar
Rijkswaterstaat in cooperation with ProRail offers a webinar on Climate Resilient Transport Networks on September 19th 2019 from 15.00 to 16.30 hours.
20 Aug 2019
100 Resilience Fellows
The 4TU.DeSIRE program and the 4TU.RE Center aim to establish and foster an international network of top-level academic scholars, engineers, practitioners and decision-makers who serve as ambassadors of the RE paradigm. This network of Resilience Fellows:
26 Jul 2019
New PhD Position at Delft University of Technology
The Intelligent Electrical Power Grids (IEPG) section within the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science at TU Delft has a very ambitious and diversified research programme covering major technological challenges concerning the operation and planning of future power grids. IEPG is building a new research programme on resilience of cyber-physical energy systems that includes cyber security for power grids. The doctoral candidate will conduct research on cyber security and resilience of cyber-physical energy systems to cyber attacks.
15 Jul 2019
Newsletter July 2019
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