Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) is one of the founding partners of AMS Institute. Together with Wageningen University & Research and the Massachusetts Institute this forms the academic heart of the Institute.

Project

Circular Resource Planning for IT

Circularity in Urban Regions

We only use IT hardware, like laptops or data servers, for an average of 3 to 4 years. With increasing digitization and

Project

Code the Streets

Smart Urban Mobility

Code the Street is working on smart solutions for sustainable, inclusive and safe mobility management.

Project

Ideal(s) Monitor: how to measure impact?

Circularity in Urban Regions

Many urban challenges faced by the city of Amsterdam are intertwined. To tackle these, there is a need to work based on a (more) integrated approach. Therefore, we develop the 'Ideal(s) Monitor with the City of Amsterdam.

Project

Ideal(s) Monitor: how to measure impact?

Circularity in Urban Regions

Many urban challenges faced by the city of Amsterdam are intertwined. To tackle these, there is a need to work based on a (more) integrated approach. Therefore, we develop the 'Ideal(s) Monitor with the City of Amsterdam.

Project

Energy Lab Zuidoost

Urban Energy

Amsterdam Zuidoost aims to be energy neutral by 2040. This requires systemic change. Not only on a technical – but also on a social level. Therefore, the Energy Lab Zuidoost brings together stakeholders & scientific expertise from different disciplines.

Project

Local Inclusive Future Energy (LIFE) City platform

Urban Energy

Smart planning for energy demand and supply. This will be tested via a smart energy exchange platform in the area of Amsterdam ArenApoort. The result: an electricity grid-friendly and community inclusive innovation to contribute to the energy transition.

Project

Solar Urban

Urban Energy

To reach the city's climate ambitions, we have to generate more energy within the city itself. This can be done for example by using solar panels that are placed on roofs. But what about other surfaces, such as facades, roads, and pavements?

Project

Solar Urban

Urban Energy

To reach the city's climate ambitions, we have to generate more energy within the city itself. This can be done for example by using solar panels that are placed on roofs. But what about other surfaces, such as facades, roads, and pavements?

Project

SCRIPTS

Smart Urban Mobility

Travelers use personalized and self-organized public transport solutions while services and systems continue to rapidly change. Research is underway to foresee future demand-driven transportation and improve inevitable change for all parties.

Project

Circular Resource Planning for IT

Circularity in Urban Regions

We only use IT hardware, like laptops or data servers, for an average of 3 to 4 years. With increasing digitization and

Project

Circular Resource Planning for IT

Circularity in Urban Regions

We only use IT hardware, like laptops or data servers, for an average of 3 to 4 years. With increasing digitization and

Project

Code the Streets

Smart Urban Mobility

Code the Street is working on smart solutions for sustainable, inclusive and safe mobility management.

Project

Code the Streets

Smart Urban Mobility

Code the Street is working on smart solutions for sustainable, inclusive and safe mobility management.

Project

Code the Streets

Smart Urban Mobility

Code the Street is working on smart solutions for sustainable, inclusive and safe mobility management.

Project

Code the Streets

Smart Urban Mobility

Code the Street is working on smart solutions for sustainable, inclusive and safe mobility management.

Project

Ideal(s) Monitor: how to measure impact?

Circularity in Urban Regions

Many urban challenges faced by the city of Amsterdam are intertwined. To tackle these, there is a need to work based on a (more) integrated approach. Therefore, we develop the 'Ideal(s) Monitor with the City of Amsterdam.

Project

Energy Lab Zuidoost

Urban Energy

Amsterdam Zuidoost aims to be energy neutral by 2040. This requires systemic change. Not only on a technical – but also on a social level. Therefore, the Energy Lab Zuidoost brings together stakeholders & scientific expertise from different disciplines.

Project

Ideal(s) Monitor: how to measure impact?

Circularity in Urban Regions

Many urban challenges faced by the city of Amsterdam are intertwined. To tackle these, there is a need to work based on a (more) integrated approach. Therefore, we develop the 'Ideal(s) Monitor with the City of Amsterdam.

Project

Energy Lab Zuidoost

Urban Energy

Amsterdam Zuidoost aims to be energy neutral by 2040. This requires systemic change. Not only on a technical – but also on a social level. Therefore, the Energy Lab Zuidoost brings together stakeholders & scientific expertise from different disciplines.

Project

Local Inclusive Future Energy (LIFE) City platform

Urban Energy

Smart planning for energy demand and supply. This will be tested via a smart energy exchange platform in the area of Amsterdam ArenApoort. The result: an electricity grid-friendly and community inclusive innovation to contribute to the energy transition.

Project

Local Inclusive Future Energy (LIFE) City platform

Urban Energy

Smart planning for energy demand and supply. This will be tested via a smart energy exchange platform in the area of Amsterdam ArenApoort. The result: an electricity grid-friendly and community inclusive innovation to contribute to the energy transition.

Project

Local Inclusive Future Energy (LIFE) City platform

Urban Energy

Smart planning for energy demand and supply. This will be tested via a smart energy exchange platform in the area of Amsterdam ArenApoort. The result: an electricity grid-friendly and community inclusive innovation to contribute to the energy transition.

Project

Local Inclusive Future Energy (LIFE) City platform

Urban Energy

Smart planning for energy demand and supply. This will be tested via a smart energy exchange platform in the area of Amsterdam ArenApoort. The result: an electricity grid-friendly and community inclusive innovation to contribute to the energy transition.

Project

Solar Urban

Urban Energy

To reach the city's climate ambitions, we have to generate more energy within the city itself. This can be done for example by using solar panels that are placed on roofs. But what about other surfaces, such as facades, roads, and pavements?

Project

Solar Urban

Urban Energy

To reach the city's climate ambitions, we have to generate more energy within the city itself. This can be done for example by using solar panels that are placed on roofs. But what about other surfaces, such as facades, roads, and pavements?

Project

SCRIPTS

Smart Urban Mobility

Travelers use personalized and self-organized public transport solutions while services and systems continue to rapidly change. Research is underway to foresee future demand-driven transportation and improve inevitable change for all parties.

Project

SCRIPTS

Smart Urban Mobility

Travelers use personalized and self-organized public transport solutions while services and systems continue to rapidly change. Research is underway to foresee future demand-driven transportation and improve inevitable change for all parties.