Event

TNO Student Construction Challenge

MEC Bouwlab, Delft • 01 May 2018

Are you a Master student in the field of Aerospace, Maritime, Mechanical or Civil Engineering and are you passionate about constructions? Then TNO challenges you!

At TNO we work on complex problems related to structures, ranging from ships, locks and dikes to roads, bridges and building. We are able to combine theoretical knowledge of materials, mechanics and dynamics with practical experiments, monitoring and analysis. During the TNO Student Challenge the departments of Structural Dynamics and Structural Reliability challenge you to come up with a creative solution for a complex problem that is typical for the work we do at TNO. You will get to know the experts, check out the lab facilities and work together as a team to provide a solution for the case study. Can you rise up to the challenge?

Programme

  • Meet TNO experts in your field;
  • Check out our world-class lab facilities;
  • Solve a challenging case in a multidisciplinary team;
  • Pitch your solution and win a fantastic prize.

Date

May 1st 2018; 13:00 – 17:00; followed by drinks

Location

TNO MEC-Bouwlab
Bakemastraat 97K
2628 ZS Delft
(Next to the TU Delft campus)

Do you accept the challenge?

You can apply by April 17th 2018 latest.

Only 20 challengers will be selected to participate this year. You will be notified of acceptance by e-mail on April 20th latest.

Do you accept the challenge?

Apply now!

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