“Meet our Partners”: Delft University of Technology

In wind energy innovation, collaboration is the key for progress. As part of the DigiWind project, we present Delft University of Technology (TUD), a beacon of excellence in both education and research. Responsible for the Large-scale Deployment of Learning Experiences, TUD makes significant contributions across all facets of the project, especially in advancing wind energy technologies.

Founded by Delft University of Technology, the European Wind Energy Master (EWEM) proofs TUD’s commitment to support talent and driving innovation in the field of wind energy. This program, which brings together diverse expertise and resources from different faculties within TUD, will help shape the next generation of leaders in wind energy.

Our DigiWind team from TUD reflects this expertise! Let’s meet some of the key players:


Top education and research are at the heart of the oldest and largest technical university in the Netherlands. TUD’s vision is to contribute to solving global challenges by educating new generations of socially responsible engineers and expanding the frontiers of the engineering sciences. Their mission, succinctly, is to make an impact to achieve a better society.

According to Carlos Simão Ferreira, “In our joint MSc and life-long learning education we offer our students a space where they can explore, play and experience the beauty of learning, creating and sharing knowledge. The new digital technologies give us an opportunity to overcome physical distances and obstacles, as a virtual playground for creativity and scientific adventure, even beyond digital skills.

Delft University of Technology has multiple faculties, research groups and studies. The four faculties involved in the DigiWind project are:

  • Faculty of Aerospace Engineering (AE)
  • Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences (CEG)
  • Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS)
  • Faculty of Mechanical Engineering (ME)

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