Energy Independent Electric Vehicles is being hosted in the centre of this exciting technology - Technical University Delft. We are delighted to be able to offer to conference delegates visits to the D:Dream hall and to the TU Delft Science Museum.
The D:Dream hall stands for "Delft: Dream Realization of Extremely Advanced Machines". Delft University of Technology offers this accommodation to student teams in order to stimulate innovation, creativity and entrepreneurship.
There is a great variety of teams; each contributing in another way to sustainable innovation or biomedical technology. For example: Delft Aerospace Rocket Engineering, Forze, Project March, and off course the Nuon Solar Team.
More information about the hall can be found on the following TU Delft page:
Wednesday, 27 September / from 6.15pm
After day 1 of the conference
Science Centre Delft turns Delft University of Technology inside out and allows you to see the role technology and science plays in society. As a visitor, you are invited to participate in and contribute to its devolopment!
Inspiration, creativity, timeliness and true interactivity are the principles behind the Science Centre, putting humanity, designs and buildings first.
It is a quest; exciting and unfinished, just like real science!
Thursday, 28 September / 1.30pm-2pm / 4.10pm-4.40pm
During day 2 breaks