Restructuring of the library’s staircase (no access to the periodicals reading room, February 2019 – March, 15)

We have just been informed that restructuring of the library’s staircase is about to start.

Background: we want to reduce the noise on Level 2 to minimalize disturbance in the reading rooms.

 

After restructuring, all users will be able to access Level 3 without crossing the reading rooms.

At the same time, the fire doors’ mechanism will be adapted to reduce automatic opening.

 

For this reason, there is no access to the periodicals reading room from 04.02.2019 until Mar, 15!

 

This means that as of Monday, 04.02., there is no access to the tables, shelves and the media library in this reading room!

Please use other reading rooms during this time!

 

* All users can “order” and pick up any items located in the periodicals reading room at the loan desk.

* Daily newspapers can be found on Level 2 in the new building (“Cube”).

 

We hope that this measure affects you only marginally and rely, as always, on your underestanding.

Semester break loans – 01/30/2019 – 03/05/2019

As usual, we offer students and external users the possibility to take out several open-shelf books for a longer period:

  • from Wednesday, Jan 30, 2019
  • you can take out up to 6 open-shelf books,
  • until Tuesday, March 5, 2019 at the latest

library’s opening hours during the semester break 2019

SEMESTER BREAK (Feb 1 – 28, 2019)

Mon – Wed, Fri: 08:30 – 16:00
T
hu: 08:30 – 19:00
Sat/Sun: closed


University 
members have unrestricted access to the library‘s reading rooms.

Registration for the 24-hour library is possible via the campus system under “My settings” >> 24-hour library.
Please register at least one day before you plan to use this service for the first time. Accounts are activated every day at midnight.

 

“IoSense – Flexible FE/BE Sensor Pilot Line for the Internet of Everything” – Spring School’19 – Free registration!

The Second IoSense Spring School will be held at TU Delft on March 7′ 2019. Focus of the IoSense project is to develop innovative, competitive, next-generation sensors and sensor systems “Made in Europe” to provide solutions for the Internet of Things. Talks will be accompanied by demo presentations that will show how the technologies, developed within the IoSense project, can be used in real life application areas.
Target Audiences: PhD students, industrial designers, technology scouts and project managers with basic programming knowledge and an interest in sensor-based technologies.
Our talks and demonstrators consist of high-level overview, especially aimed at the hobbyists and technology scouts, while also going into depth for PhD students. Nevertheless, all speakers and participants will be available for your questions during the breaks.
Details and free registration: