Tag: TU Delft

Away from Delft – Masters Thesis! (Part-1)

For the entirety of my first year; I lived in Delft, albeit at some distance from the university. Despite the 15 minutes of biking (which was quite the effort during winters); my daily schedule was pretty standardized: 1.  Attend lectures in the day 2. Assignments in the evening, in the library or the EWI building …

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Tackling the housing crisis head on

Delft is a beautiful student city. The narrow roads, the cozy canals, and the young population make you feel you’re right at home. Except finding a home in Delft is a challenge on its own. There has been a constant increase in the number of international students joining TU Delft in the past 5 years, …

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The end and the beginning: Quarter 3 to Quarter 4

Yes, the third quarter just ended, and it couldn’t have been timed better: right at the sweet spot of warm spring weather! After slogging for 2 weeks in an attempt to achieve good grades, the new quarter awaits with fresh new hope and a plethora of classes to attend and clear. With just a weekend …

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How to challenge yourself – TEDx Delft

Hola! This past week was a very exciting time, as a team from the university organized this year’s edition of TEDx Delft at the Aula Auditorium at TU Delft.  This being the 6th edition at Delft, has had prominent people lighting the stage up with their ideas and prompting discussions which we, as a society, …

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Where Sparks,Arcs and Lightning are Commonplace

If you are wondering about the title of this blogpiece, I wouldn’t be surprised. Why would anyone intentionally want to simulate a lightning, especially when we are supposed to protect ourselves from one? This is one of the many questions answered in our trip last Thursday(22/2/2018) to Arnehm. Organized as an industrial trip, we visited …

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It’s a whole new world – But are you ready?

So after a whirlwind of a quarter where I managed to accumulate 7 exams to write, I needed a much needed break. Mostly from cooking for myself and savoring that “Oh So Lovely” mom’s homemade food, I found myself heading back to India for a week, to help my parents set up my sisters wedding. …

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