Dear new master students!
On behalf of the Master Hydraulic Engineering and the Hydraulic Engineering student association “Het Waterbouwdispuut” we would like to invite you to an event in which the desired information for all the fresh master students will be presented. It is called the master Kick-Off and will take place on Monday 4 September from 9.00 – 16.30. Afterwards we, “Het waterbouwdispuut”, will arrange a BBQ with drinks to get to know each other! The event will be open for all new master students and will be in English.
10.00 Welcome at lecture hall C, CiTG
10.45 -11.15 First Hydraulic coffee of the year!
11.15 – 12.15 Lunch and possibility to ask questions
12.15 – 16.30 Excursions
16:30 – 21.00 BBQ & Drinks!
We hope to see you all.
Inland Flood Protection in the Netherlands
FACING CHALLENGES OF TOMORROW
On Thursday, the 8th of June, the Hydraulic Engineering student association “Het Waterbouwdispuut” will host the annual symposium. This year we will focus on the inland flood protection in our country. We will look back, but more importantly, we will focus on the decades ahead of us and the challenges that these will offer. For example, very recently a new standard has been introduced for testing the safety of our flood protection system in the Netherlands. What are the consequences of such measures and how can a future engineer deal with the design restrictions in an ever changing society.
The Hydraulic Engineering symposium will take place on Thursday the 8th of June at the Sports & Culture Centre TU Delft. The programme starts at 12:30 and consists of outstanding keynote speeches and pitches from different disciplines, companies and universities sharing their view and experience on the covered topic of inland flood protection and the key challenges we are facing in the future. The day will include lunch, a short coffee break and the event will end with informal drinks.
This symposium is a unique opportunity to discuss all the relevant subjects, linked to this theme and moreover, it provides an excellent networking opportunity, therefore we hope to welcome you in large numbers.
Register for the symposium at:
Vibeke van der Bilt
Bas van Wierst
Sander de Jong
Ileen de Kat
On behalf of the Port of Rotterdam, the Section Hydraulic Structures & Flood Risk and the Hydraulic Engineering student association “Het Waterbouwdispuut” we would like to invite you to an event in which the SIF quay-wall model will be unveiled.
This model has been donated to us by the Port of Rotterdam. The unveiling of this unique will be accompanied by explanatory speeches by the designer and those involved in the process, after which the event will end with informal drinks.
The event will take place on Monday 3 April, 14:30-17:00, in room 1.98 at the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences. The event will be open for all students and will be in English.
14:30-15:00 Welcome with coffee/tea
15:00-15:05 Opening by prof. Bas Jonkman, Section of Hydraulic Structures and Flood Risk, TU-Delft
15:05-16:15 Introduction and background of the quay wall by ir. Caroline Bosschieter, Project Engineer at the Port of Rotterdam
“Challenges in design and construction of a heavy-duty deepsea quay wall for offshore wind energy” by ir. Jan Putteman, Geotechnical Engineer at Mariteam Questions
16:15-16:20 Unveiling of the quay wall model by Caroline Bosschieter and Bas Jonkman
We hope to see you all.
The project team for the Integrated Ayeyarwady Delta Strategy Project (IADS) is looking for a student to do an internship on the project in Myanmar.
Period: End of April 2017 – Early August 2017 in Myanmar. Few weeks of preparation before and reporting after in the Netherlands
- Support in data management for the development of the Delta Atlas (Current state report of the Delta with physical, hydrological, natural system, economic, infrastructure, land-use and governance data and maps)
- Support in the formulation and development of maps for the Delta Atlas
- Support and cooperation with Myanmar officials, for example first steps in use of GIS, understanding relevance of certain data for strategy development etc.
- Contribute to trend analysis
- Identification of potential measures (flood protection, soft measures, etc.)
- Our Dutch Project Coordinator and a Dutch young expert are based in Yangon
- Our Myanmar Deputy Team Leader and some of their experts are also based in Yangon
- International/Dutch senior experts will be in Myanmar during missions (May/June)
- Close cooperation with Myanmar officials and Myanmar students is expected
- Internship as part of a MSc in Civil Engineering, water management, environmental sciences, etc.
- Experience with GIS
- Good English writing and speaking skills
An internship allowance will be available of 1000 euro a month for living expenses during the stay in Myanmar. Ticket need to be arranged by the candidate self e.g. from other funds such as Lamminga.
Send an application with a motivation letter and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible and no later than March 15th 2017.
We want to wish you all the best for the coming year! Hope to see you all soon at the Hydraulic coffee every tuesday 10:30 or at one of our other events!
We’re very proud to inform you that Judith Bosboom (CEG), one of our honour members, was chosen as the Best Lecturer of TU Delft 2016. Eight candidates were nominated by their faculty’s Study Association. Judith already was the best at CEG this year. On the Education Day on 14 December, she was also announced to be the winner of the TU Delft.
Judith Bosboom teaches the course Coastal Dynamics 1. According to the jury an important but very complex and challenging subject for students. Independent of this heavy course, she is able to achieve good results by more than 75 percent of her students.
Every exam deserves a drink or two afterwards, to celebrate the results or to drown your sorrows.
So join us for the second Hydraulic Drinks” of this academic year!
Subscribe for the event, tell your friends about it and hopefully we will see you all on Thursday January 3rd at 21.00 in Café ‘Tango’
Who? All Hydraulic Engineering students
When? Thursday February 3rd , 21:00
Where? Café ‘Tango’, Nieuwstraat 2, 2611 HK Delft