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Research

TU Delft continually invests heavily in research to keep tabs on and – where possible – shape societal developments. It invests all the time in sufficient, high-quality research facilities. It enables excellent, ground-breaking research both as far as equipment, buildings and the campus are concerned often in cooperation with the business community. To this end, it creates new research spaces and renovates the existing ones. These vary from permanent research spaces to flexible spaces used for a variety of research.

Facts & figures

  • TU Delft has approximately 42,000 m² of research space and workshops
  • Distributed across approx. 500 labs and 120 other research spaces

Objectives

  • Expansion: 10% more laboratories during the period 2013 – 2023. This will not be achieved as yet on the basis of current planning.
  • Renewal: the goal is to renew some 6% of the existing labs annually as well as 4% of the workshops.

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