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20 Oct Life Long Running Meetup @ TU Delft

This Thursday the 'Running Data Science meetup' will be held in Culture Centre TU Delft. You are cordially invited to join! For more information: http://www.meetup.com/RunningDataScienceNL/events/224773103/   //Schedule 17:30-18:15: Doors open 18:15-18:30: Kick-off, with professor Frans van der Helm, 18:30-19:00: Second speaker: Early Birds of the TU Delft 19:30-20:00: Third speaker:  Kamiel Maase 20:00-20:30: Break 20:30-21:00: Fourth...

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06 Oct Sportinnovator

We would like to direct your attention at a very interesting call that's still open a little while longer. The ‘Sportsinnovator’ call is twofold. One call for project ideas and one for bigger projects. To sum up: A sportinnovator project idea: A Sports Innovator idea is a concept for...

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23 Jul ‘Engineering the future Olympics’

What do the Olympic Games mean for the urban development of a city? How can the optimum conditions be created for athletes as well as visitors? When building the facilities, how can we take into account their use not only during the Olympics, but also...

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15 Jul Call for Abstracts – ISEA2016

ISEA2016 - The Engineering of Sport11 The 11th conference of the International Sports Engineering Association will take place in Delft from the 11th to the 14th of July, 2016. The conference program provides the conferees the opportunity to learn from inspiring keynote speakers via lectures, parallel...

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13 Jul Call for Projects – Minor Sports Innovation

During the last decennia, the popularity of sports has strongly increased and is now widely accepted as beneficial to the general well-being of people. Being affiliated to sports is seen as a modern life style and the global production of sports equipment and apparel has...

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29 Jun Better sports buildings through computer-driven design

Good athletic performances are more than the result of dedicated training alone; some of the credit goes to well-designed sports buildings. Consequently, TU Delft Sports Engineering Institute supports computer-driven design research by the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment. Ideally, this will lead to...

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09 Mar Kitesurfing on HISWA 2015

Realistic simulator offers unique experience Safely learn how to kitesurf before ever taking to the seas, a beach event with kitesurfing competitions on the beach, or a fun 3D game in which to show off stunts: all this is possible with the Kite Sim, the first...

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03 Mar Triple Jump Event

The TU Delft has been one of the partners in the Profit project the past four years. This project will be concluded with a final event. The Triple Jump Event is an excellent opportunity to meet individuals and representatives of (local) governments, (public and semi-public)...

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