“If you walk into the brand new Teaching Lab you will come across a small showcase displaying a hyperbolic paraboloid – ‘a saddle’ in plain English. The paraboloid dates back to the late 19th century. It was used to show the mathematical saddle point. It’s German made, under the guidance of Prof. Alexander von […]
Have you had a look at the new library in Mekelpark yet? The Readme Library is snugly wrapped around a tree right at the heart of the campus. TU Delft staff members and students and people living in Delft can exchange books here free of charge. The Readme Library has been designed to spread knowledge […]
Dear reader, When winter carries into spring it is the right time to calibrate our actions and to look at our highlights from 2016. Last year we implemented our new Open Access policy, and discussed with our faculties the necessity for a proper research data management framework. To stimulate the open access policy we, as […]
Dear reader, This brand new Library online magazine is one of the many ways in which we aim to share what the Library has on offer and to inspire you. We find it important that knowledge flows freely, therefore you will find that we do not use our own voice, but let your colleagues, and […]
Since August this year you can find the Tinker Table in the hall of the Library. There are fun gadgets to try out. You can let your imagination run free and build a great construction with Lego. Or have a go at playing the piano with a bunch of bananas. Get creative at the Tinker Table!
In the basement of the Library building there is a world of wonder. A secured depot which stores over 6000 of the most marvellous objects from TU Delft’s past. The oldest computer of the Netherlands, magic lanterns, bones, designer tables and chairs, sculptured busts, paintings, a scale model of a wooden boat and many scientific […]