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Delft University of Technology (Aerospace Engineering)

Address: Kluyverweg 1, 2600 GB, Delft, Netherlands
URL: http://www.lr.tudelft.nl/organisatie/afdelingen/aerospace-structures-and-materials/

Delft University of Technology, founded in 1842, is the oldest, largest and most comprehensive university of technology in The Netherlands. It offers a wide variety of education in Science, Engineering and Design. A total of 16.000 students are enrolled in one of its 14 bachelor programs (10.500 students) or in one of its 41 master programs (5500 students) including several Erasmus Mundus Masters. TU Delft shows its responsibility towards society by focusing its research on four global themes: Energy, Environment, Infrastructures, and Health.

The Faculty of Aerospace Engineering is a well-established Aerospace School, one of the largest in the world. It was founded in 1940 and currently has about 300 staff members and a student body of 1600 students. Furthermore, its unique technical infrastructure includes a Cessna Aircraft flying test bed (jointly owned and operated with the NLR), numerous research wind tunnels and laboratories equipped with sophisticated non-intrusive measurement techniques. The Faculty is internationally oriented and participates in a large number of international networks, the European
Consortium for Advanced Training in Aerospace (ECATA), and the International Council for Aeronautical Sciences (ICAS).

Dr Roger Groves

Position: Assistant Professor - NDT
URL: http://www.lr.tudelft.nl/en/organisation/departments-and-chairs/aerospace-structures-and-materials/structural-integrity/staff/faculty/roger-groves/
E-Mail: r.m.groves [AT] tudelft.nl

Dr Roger Groves is head of the TU Delft Aerospace NDT Laboratory. Previously he held research posts at Cranfield University and the University of Stuttgart. His research interests are optical and ultrasonic
instrumentation and algorithms for experimental mechanics, non-destructive testing and structural
health monitoring. He has 80 conference and journal publications on these topics.

Pim Groen

Position: Prof
E-Mail: w.a.groen [AT] tudelft.nl
Telephone: +31610876897

Pim Groen is working at TNO Holst Centre as program manager Large Area Coating and Delft University as full professor on SMART materials He studied Chemistry at Leiden University and did his PhD on ceramic perovskite based superconductors. Hereafter he worked for Philips Research in Eindhoven (NL) and Aachen (Germany) and Morgan Electroceramics in the field of materials science. In 2008 he moved to TUD and TNO. He is the author of >100 publications, 2 books, 21 patents.

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