Swell Volume 42, nr. 3

In this edition of the Swell:

  • A lustrum interview with Prof. dr. ir. Stefan Aarninkhof
  • A story about the blocking of the Suez Canal
  • An interview with Dr. ing. Mark Voorendt
  • The reveal of the hydraulic playlist on Spotify
  • & more

Enjoy!!

Swell Volume 41, Nr.2

In this Swell you can read all about our multiple day excursion to Goteborg, the Hydraulic Dinner in the Zalmhuis in Rotterdam, and company case day to RoyalHaskoningDHV. Two student groups tell their stories about doing a MDP in Vietnam and Chile and find out more about current PhD and Msc thesis topics.

 

Swell Volume 40, Nr.3

The last edition of the Swell for the academic year of 2018-2019! Find out what events have taken place these last few months and test your skills in the hydraulic puzzle. Furthermore, we have two cool interviews: one with student Sjoerd van Hoof about his trip to Jakarta with RHDHV, and one with two of our one lecturers: Sierd de Vries & Matthieu de Schipper!

Swell Volume 40, Nr.2

In this edition of the Swell we are looking back at a very successful study trip to Dublin whilst also giving you a sneak preview about the upcoming events and trips. Also in this edition, an interview with Hydraulic Engineering student Focco Vons and an article about plastic free rivers. There are multiple hydraulic facts to be found and of course see if you can solve the hydraulic puzzles!

Swell Volume 40, Nr.1

In this edition of the Swell you will find an overview of the past events, including a great article about the Summer Trip to China and a very first edition of Tjerk Constructions. Don’t forget to try and solve the Hydraulic Puzzle and find out about this years Waterbouwdispuut board members.

Swell Volume 38, Nr. 3

In this edition of the Swell: travelogue of the MEX to Copenhagen, a report on the Hydraulic Dinner, multi-disciplinary project Ecuador, Coen Disberg’s internship at Van Oord, some reports on the lunch lectures given¬†this quarter, a company story about ARUP and of course a ‘Tjerke Verhalen’!