Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) is one of the founding partners of AMS Institute. Together with Wageningen University & Research and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Delft University of Technology forms the academic heart of AMS Institute. TU Delft truly appreciates the collaboration within AMS Institute, most importantly this collaboration ensures that scientific research reaches the market much faster than it normally would. "AMS Institute combines speed with fundamental expertise, which allows to carry out tests and implementations quickly," says Arjan van Timmeren, Scientific Director AMS Institute.

“Finding metropolitan solutions is typical engineering work. To solve urban problems, we need to be in the city ourselves”

Rob Mudde, Vice-Rector Magnificus and Vice- President for Education on the Executive Board of TU Delft

Project

Stations of the Future

Smart Urban Mobility

In collaboration with Delft University of Technology and University of Paris-Est, AMS Institute is developing a new research project on the future of stations within metropolitan areas.

Project

Catalyst

Urban Data & Intelligence

While cities turn smarter, the questions arise on whether this is good or bad, but also on how digitalization can be developed and implemented responsibly. With this project, we aim to contribute to this discussion.

Project

Wastewater to bio-composites

Circularity in Urban Regions

Amsterdam’s wastewater can be used as feedstock for producing high-value bio-composites, which can be applied in transport, building or other urban sectors. As such, these composites contribute to a more circular urban society.

Project

Wastewater to bio-composites

Circularity in Urban Regions

Amsterdam’s wastewater can be used as feedstock for producing high-value bio-composites, which can be applied in transport, building or other urban sectors. As such, these composites contribute to a more circular urban society.

Project

3D Printing in the Circular City

Circularity in Urban Regions

Closing the loop of plastic waste flows by using large-scale 3D printing for recycling plastic waste

Project

Prospecting Urban Mines of Amsterdam

Circularity in Urban Regions

Amsterdam as a built environment can be seen as an urban mine. Metals are potentially available in built structures. This 2016 collaborative research project yielded an interactive map and plan prospecting our city, rethinking traditional mining.

Project

URSES+

Urban Energy

Transitioning to renewable energy solutions comes with uncertainties in terms of energy infrastructure, flexible use of car charging stations that were studied in a battery of 8 collaborative research projects.

Project

URSES+

Urban Energy

Transitioning to renewable energy solutions comes with uncertainties in terms of energy infrastructure, flexible use of car charging stations that were studied in a battery of 8 collaborative research projects.

Project

BIES

Urban Energy

Traditional energy provisions fall short. In this research project of the Buiksloterham area in Amsterdam new solutions using energy from local sources were explored. Researchers and stakeholders studied district energy systems for the built environment.

Project

Stations of the Future

Smart Urban Mobility

In collaboration with Delft University of Technology and University of Paris-Est, AMS Institute is developing a new research project on the future of stations within metropolitan areas.

Project

Stations of the Future

Smart Urban Mobility

In collaboration with Delft University of Technology and University of Paris-Est, AMS Institute is developing a new research project on the future of stations within metropolitan areas.

Project

Catalyst

Urban Data & Intelligence

While cities turn smarter, the questions arise on whether this is good or bad, but also on how digitalization can be developed and implemented responsibly. With this project, we aim to contribute to this discussion.

Project

Catalyst

Urban Data & Intelligence

While cities turn smarter, the questions arise on whether this is good or bad, but also on how digitalization can be developed and implemented responsibly. With this project, we aim to contribute to this discussion.

Project

Catalyst

Urban Data & Intelligence

While cities turn smarter, the questions arise on whether this is good or bad, but also on how digitalization can be developed and implemented responsibly. With this project, we aim to contribute to this discussion.

Project

Catalyst

Urban Data & Intelligence

While cities turn smarter, the questions arise on whether this is good or bad, but also on how digitalization can be developed and implemented responsibly. With this project, we aim to contribute to this discussion.

Project

Wastewater to bio-composites

Circularity in Urban Regions

Amsterdam’s wastewater can be used as feedstock for producing high-value bio-composites, which can be applied in transport, building or other urban sectors. As such, these composites contribute to a more circular urban society.

Project

3D Printing in the Circular City

Circularity in Urban Regions

Closing the loop of plastic waste flows by using large-scale 3D printing for recycling plastic waste

Project

Wastewater to bio-composites

Circularity in Urban Regions

Amsterdam’s wastewater can be used as feedstock for producing high-value bio-composites, which can be applied in transport, building or other urban sectors. As such, these composites contribute to a more circular urban society.

Project

3D Printing in the Circular City

Circularity in Urban Regions

Closing the loop of plastic waste flows by using large-scale 3D printing for recycling plastic waste

Project

Prospecting Urban Mines of Amsterdam

Circularity in Urban Regions

Amsterdam as a built environment can be seen as an urban mine. Metals are potentially available in built structures. This 2016 collaborative research project yielded an interactive map and plan prospecting our city, rethinking traditional mining.

Project

Prospecting Urban Mines of Amsterdam

Circularity in Urban Regions

Amsterdam as a built environment can be seen as an urban mine. Metals are potentially available in built structures. This 2016 collaborative research project yielded an interactive map and plan prospecting our city, rethinking traditional mining.

Project

Prospecting Urban Mines of Amsterdam

Circularity in Urban Regions

Amsterdam as a built environment can be seen as an urban mine. Metals are potentially available in built structures. This 2016 collaborative research project yielded an interactive map and plan prospecting our city, rethinking traditional mining.

Project

Prospecting Urban Mines of Amsterdam

Circularity in Urban Regions

Amsterdam as a built environment can be seen as an urban mine. Metals are potentially available in built structures. This 2016 collaborative research project yielded an interactive map and plan prospecting our city, rethinking traditional mining.

Project

URSES+

Urban Energy

Transitioning to renewable energy solutions comes with uncertainties in terms of energy infrastructure, flexible use of car charging stations that were studied in a battery of 8 collaborative research projects.

Project

URSES+

Urban Energy

Transitioning to renewable energy solutions comes with uncertainties in terms of energy infrastructure, flexible use of car charging stations that were studied in a battery of 8 collaborative research projects.

Project

BIES

Urban Energy

Traditional energy provisions fall short. In this research project of the Buiksloterham area in Amsterdam new solutions using energy from local sources were explored. Researchers and stakeholders studied district energy systems for the built environment.

Project

BIES

Urban Energy

Traditional energy provisions fall short. In this research project of the Buiksloterham area in Amsterdam new solutions using energy from local sources were explored. Researchers and stakeholders studied district energy systems for the built environment.