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Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS)

The following projects are underway at this faculty and in its immediate surroundings. For further information about the faculty itself click here.

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Echo

Increasing student numbers combined with the need for more teaching space which is also more flexible have resulted in the development of a second additional building for teaching: Echo. It…
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Restructuring the office building at Van Mourik Broekmanweg 6

The office building at Van Mourik Broekmanweg 6 is not in use by TNO anymore.  The decision to no longer use the high rise part of Building 36 for Electrical Engineering, Mathematics…
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Sewerage Feldmannweg

TU Delft continuously works to improve the campus. Part of this is renewing the subterranean infrastructure such as sewerage, cables and pipelines. This will also have to be done along…
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Solar cells on TU Delft roofs

TU Delft is working to make the campus more sustainable. The objective is to sustainably generate a quarter of the energy requirement ourselves in 2020 or to purchase this, to…
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Upgrade Sports & Culture

The number of annual visitors to the Sports & Culture centre on the TU Delft campus has increased dramatically in recent years and continues to do so.
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Demolition Rotterdamseweg 145

TU Delft focuses on the improved utilisation of spaces and the reduction of both surface area and its CO2 footprint. This will allow operating costs to be reduced. This does…
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Re-locating Faculty of EEMCS

The Faculty of Electrical Engineering has been housed in Building 36 along the Mekelweg since 1969. Later on it was joined by Mathematics and Computer Science. However, the building no…
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Programma Transitie WarmteNet (1)

Heating network transition programme

TU Delft is working on making its campus more sustainable. The objective being to self-sustainably generate a quarter of the existing energy demand itself by 2020 or to purchase sustainably…
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Restructuring the Leeghwaterstraat

TU Delft aims to make its campus more appealing by laying out an extensive bicycle and pedestrian network in areas that are currently high in motorised traffic and parking spaces…
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Food & beverage facilities Kluyverpark

The number of users in the south of the campus increased with the completion of Applied Sciences’ new building, the construction of Kluyverpark and the development of Technopolis. The current…
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The Green Village

The Green Village has been be set up on the Berlageveld. It will be an innovation site where new technologies in the field of sustainable energy provision, water and…
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ESP lab

The Electrical Sustainable Powerlab (ESP) will be a large, modern, dynamic, efficient combined laboratory for the Electrical Sustainable Energy (ESE) department of the Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science faculty.
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