Top education and research are at the heart of the oldest and largest technical university in the Netherlands. Our 8 faculties offer 16 bachelor's and more than 30 master's programs. Our more than 25,000 students and 6,000 employees share a fascination for science, design, and technology. Our common mission: impact for a better society.
The Faculty of Aerospace Engineering: it’s all about connections:
With 200 scientific staff, 300 doctoral candidates, and 2,800 Bachelor's and Master’s students, the faculty of Aerospace Engineering at TU Delft is one of the largest, most multifaceted scientific communities focusing on aerospace and related areas (such as wind energy) in the world. Our mission: ‘We aim to be a world-class faculty of Aerospace Engineering, renowned for modern teaching practices, high-profile research, hyper-modern laboratories and facilities, and pioneering innovations’. With these, we aim to make an optimum contribution to society at a time when everything is increasingly revolving around connections.
The Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science: Tech-driven innovation for societal challenges:
The three disciplines in the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics, and Computer Science (EEMCS) play a pivotal role in tech-driven innovation. Mathematics, one of the pillars of every technological science, provides the intellectual and professional tools that are the basic equipment of every engineer. You may say that mathematics is inside everything. Information and communication technology (ICT) is also everywhere around us in society. It is one of the new paradigms of recent history. Electrical Engineering and Computer Science together alone account for 80% of the ICT research at TU Delft. With our combined power, knowledge, and facilities, we work to manage and solve the social problems of today and those we anticipate in the future.
TU Delft in HERA:
Within HERA, two TU Delft faculties are represented: the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering and the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science. Our role is to support the modeling and design of electrical components for distributed electric propulsion aircraft, as well as to model and analyze the regional operative scenario which includes the aircraft designed within the HERA project.