June 2018

05
Jun
12:45

Future of Spaceflight by prof Heinz Stoewer

RVD
CZ A

On the fifth of June, Professor Emeritus Heinz Stoewer will visit the faculty to talk about the future of spaceflight. Prof. Stoewer is an expert in the field, having occupied many high positions in the aerospace industry, such as Managing Director of the German Space Agency. 

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05
Jun
19:00

Beachvolleyball tournament

C1AS
Sports & culture

On June 5th, C1AS organizes the annual sports tournament. This year, we will have a beach volleyball competition.

You can enrol with a team of 4 to 6 students.
The ticket sale will open on May 16th 13:00!

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06
Jun
16:00

IFOT Beergarten

AkCie
IFOT Terrain

It is time for the International Festival of Technology again which means it is also time for AkCie’s biergarten! Come join us on the 6th June. Two amazing beers will be served, Erdinger and Weihenstephaner, and you can expect a lot of fun gigantic games and an awesome chill-out area. Let’s enjoy the good weather!

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07
Jun
13:00

IFOT Alumni event

IFOT
Aula TU Delft

On the 7th of June, the Technische Universiteit Delft organises the TU Delft Alumni Experience Day. During this day the TU will organise Theme Tours, Plenary Sessions, and the faculty will organise an evening program with a lecture given by Dr. Ir. Wieger Wamelink. Check www.alumni.tudelft.nl/ifot for more information, including the whole schedule.

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13
Jun
12:45

Lunch Lecture TUI

MD Apollo
tbd

TUI is one of the companies that exploits aviation in its own way. For TUI aviation is merely a service for the other goals of the company.

This will be different from the stories companies like Airbus, Boeing, KLM, Fokker, NLR etc. normally tell you. This makes TUI stand out when it comes to customer interests, innovation and sustainable development.

Curious about what TUI has to offer?
Register using the button below

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26
Jun
20:00

Lecture ‘Hubble Repair Man’ Jeffrey A. Hoffman

Faculty of AE
Aula TU Delft

“What Went Wrong with the Hubble Space Telescope, and How Did We Fix It?”

We all know the Hubble Space Telescope from the impressive images it makes of the Universe. The telescope was launched in 1990 but was not an immediate success.  In 1993 Professor Jeffrey A. Hoffman was one of the NASA astronauts who took part in the STS-61 mission during which the astronauts carried out repair work on the Hubble Space Telescope during a number of spacewalks.

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