The Steel for Sustainability growth fund proposal aims to change the full value chain of iron/steel products. This chain is currently not sustainable and must improve.
The business awareness course of M2i and 4TU.HTM, to be held on 8, 9 and 10 February 2023, is aimed at PhD students and post-doctoral researchers in the later stages to prepare them for their future
The third Grade2XL webinar will be on 7th of October at 13:00, this time the topic is “Manufacturing for sustainability”. During the 3rd Grade2XL webinar the two speakers, Prof. Ciprian Cimpan (University of Southern Denmark)
During the annual conference Meeting Materials, taking place on 13 December 2022, the Grade2XL project will organize an Additive Manufacturing Challenge for students, researchers and engineers in the field of Aerospace, Architecture, Design, Maritime, Materials,
The 13th Forming Technology Forum will take place on 21 and 22 September 2022 at the University of Twente, focusing on the impact of global sustainability goals on forming technologies.
Arjan Mol, Professor of Corrosion Technology and Electrochemistry at Delft University of Technology’s Department of Materials Science and Engineering and Scientific Director of the 4TU.Centre High-Tech Materials, has been awarded the prestigious European Corrosion Medal
We are proud to announce that professor emeritus Rob Boom from the Department of Materials Science and Engineering of TU Delft has been awarded the Bessemer Gold Medal for his outstanding services to the steel
NWO granted the program Data Enhanced Physical models to reduce Materials use (DEPMAT) under the Perspectief call 2020. This 5-years research program will be led by Prof. dr. ir. Ton van den Boogaard of University
NWO granted the program Circular Circuits under the Perspectief call 2020. This 5-years research program will focus on the design of next generation electronics for a circular economy and be led by Prof. dr. Arnold
Funded by the Perspectief Initiative from NWO, the ENLIGHTEN project (Enabling Integrated Lightweight Structures in High-Volumes) ultimately aims to provide solutions for sustainable transport.