In exactly three weeks, on the 3rd of May, the second Hydraulic Dinner of this year will take place. For the first time in our history, a second edition is hosted due to the massive enthusiasm from both students and companies after last December’s event. For this event, we chose to keep it somewhat more local by hosting the event right in the city center of Delft at Restaurant de Waag.
The evening starts with a drink at around 18:00 before moving to our dining room. Here you will be served an exquisite meal, switching tables between each course to be able to sit together with every company. The participating companies for this evening are:
AllSeas – A global leader in the maritime and offshore sector
Fugro – The world’s leading provider of bottom investigation (geo-intelligence)
Arcadis – Renown engineering Design & Consultancy firm that offers in-depth solutions to engineering issues
All of the companies above are globally active and amongst the very top of their field. In between each course, one of the companies will give a short presentation about itself. Furthermore, there will be plenty of time to pose all of your questions to the companies during the evening.
You can register for the Hydraulic Dinner by filling in this form. Furthermore, it is required to send your CV to email@example.com together with a photo of yourself in order to complete your registration. There is a limited amount of 21 spots available for this event, the selection is done based on CV by the participating companies. Registration is possible until 23:59h at Monday the 23rd of April. There are no costs involved in this evening. Also, there is no specific policy for students that already visited last Hydraulic Dinner since all the companies that will join us this evening are different from last time. However, in case of equal qualification, new participants have priority.
The Hydraulic Dinner is one of the main events that we organize so we sincerely hope that you will take this opportunity to register and join us for this special evening!
BSc Civil Engineering & MSc Hydraulic Engineering
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18:00 – 22:30
Café-Restaurant “De Waag”, Delft