TU Delft Open Science

2017: Year of Open

Tuesday 17 Jan - “The world is facing challenges that our university of technology alone cannot meet.” With these words, Rector Magnificus Karel Luyben announced the TU Delft Open Science programme at the Dies Natalis 2016. Now, in 2017, the year that the Open Education Consortium has declared ‘The Year of Open’, we are taking another step forward. The aim is to raise awareness among scientists, lecturers, administrators, and students about the importance of open science. Read more

2017: Year of Open 

Friday 13 Jan - Karel Luyben, TU Delft Rector Magnificus, officially announced the TU Delft Year of Open during the 2017 Dies Natalis: “At TU Delft, we see it as our mission to bring science to society, through Open Research and Open Education. This year, proclaimed as the Year of Open, we will continue to involve our staff and students in a discussion on the possibilities and opportunities of Open Science.” 

Open Access: Why?

The Open Access infographic explains why Open Access matters and what the benefits are for researchers. It also shows the increase in peer reviewed Open Access articles by TU Delft researchers over time. View infographic.


Upcoming events:

  • 13 January – Dies Natalis
  • 27-31 March – Open Education Week
  • 10 years TU Delft OpenCourseWare
  • 23-27 October – Open Access Week


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