Have you always been interested in what needs to be done when an aircraft crashes? How are the incidents investigated and what happens when a mistake is found? A professor from our very own faculty has worked on multiple projects, and will take you trough the process from investigation to testing a universal problem that changed impacted the safety in daily flights. On the 4th of December, the Aviation Department organizes a lunch lecture to get to know the ins and outs of air crash investigation. The lecture starts at 12:45 in lecture hall B.
As the days keep growing shorter, it's time for the management of 'de Atmosfeer' to host their first AtmosParty of the academic year! In this edition, we will be visited by December giants Sinterklaas and Santa Claus. On Wednesday 5 December, from 20:00 till 03:00, we will keep you warm with live DJs and mixed drinks! Forget about the cold weather and the naughty list — come dance the night away in 'de Atmosfeer'
Dear strong independent aerospace ladies, are you tired of all the heavy work and want to spend some quality time with your fellow lady friends? Then let's dance the stress off and join us on the 10th of December at De Atmosfeer.
The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) will be the largest space observatory ever to be launched. During the lunch lecture in lecture hall D at the faculty of Aerospace Engineering on the 12th of December, the JWST mission, technological and engineering aspects will be discussed. Make sure to attend if you’re interested in learning more about this mission’s cutting edge technology.
Finally, the party where everyone has been looking forward to: THE KARAOKE PARTY! Everyone can join us at ‘Café de V’ the 12th of December at 20:30. It will be an evening full of singing, dancing and drinking with your fellow students.
See you there!
It is time for one of the biggest events the VSV has to offer; the Belgian Beer Drink! During this night you can enjoy 9 Belgian beers at the Steck, Bebop and Kurk! See you there!
Following the “ Air Crash Investigation” Lunch lecture given on December 4th now it’s your chance to investigate; go to tudelft.nl/santacrash and do your own investigation. Please watch the video, https://youtu.be/Ito1QqLQWuk , visit the Santa Crash accident scene and examine the documents related to the accident. On December 20th your findings will be discussed in another interactive lunch lecture with Michiel Schuurman and Calvin Rans.
Are you working with LaTeX in your project sessions? If you are not really comfortable with the programme or just want to broaden your skills, come to this evening lecture on how to efficiently use LaTeX. Make sure you buy a ticket since Pizza will be included! First session was a succes so if you could not attend this, you have a second chance December the 20th!