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Hardcopy Study Guide

2007/2008

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Every effort has been made by the faculty in putting together this guide. However, further details about a number of subjects will only be available after the guide has been printed. For that reason, the information published by the faculty in this handbook is subject to change. Amendments, further details, and a more extensive description of the subjects can be found on Blackboard: http://blackboard.tudelft.nl and in the digital study guide http://studyguide.tudelft.nl

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Contents
2 5 6 7 9 9 10 10 10 11 12 12 13 13 14 15 19 20 20 20 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 30 34 34 36 37 > Disclaimer > Personal Data > Preface > Year planner, education 2007/2008 > TU Delft University Facts and Mission > > > > > > > > > International ofce Service desk Blackboard Schedules TU Delft Library Private study spaces Regulations European Student Union (AEGEE) TU Delfts Student Union (VSSD)

> Useful web addresses > Addresses > Admission to the Masters degree course > > > > > > > > > Enrolment for the Propaedeuse and Bachelors degree audit Examination schedule Ordering study materials Student Health Care Emergencies before or during exams MSc Programme Research The Geotechnology study programme Organisation

> Bachelor/Master system: a brief explanantion

> Department of Geotechnology

> MSc programme Applied Earth Sciences > The MSc tracks > > > Applied Geophysics Petroleum Engineering & Geosciences Reservoir Geology

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Geo-engineering Engineering Geology Resource Engineering Convergence course

> Study information > Facilities > Additional information for students with a non-AES BSc degree > Curriculum formats > Course descriptions

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Personal Data
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Preface
Considerable attention has been devoted to collecting the information for this study guide. A student survey has shown appreciation for the compact format of this booklet. Because of its size, all subjects are described briey. For detailed information please check the websites mentioned in this study guide. If you cannot nd the information you need, please send an email to servicepuntcitg@tudelft.nl . They will ensure that your e-mail reaches the right person. Drs. Ms. E. Touw Head of Education and Student Affairs Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences

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Year planner, education 2007/2008


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For more timetable information, see http://www.campus.citg.tudelft.nl For subject descriptions, see: http://www.studyguide.tudelft.nl Note: examinations are usually called tentamens in Dutch. Formally an examen in Dutch is the degree audit taking place at the end of a programme phase such as a Propaedeuse (end of rst year), a Bachelor or a Master phase. These examens are formalities in the Dutch university system. There are no end-of-year examinations!

Class hours for Delft University of Technology


Period 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Time 08.45 09.30 09.45 10.30 10.45 11.30 11.45 12.30 13.45 14.30 14.45 15.30 15.45 16.30 16.45 17.30

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TU Delft University Facts and Mission


Founded in 1862, Delft University of Technology is the oldest, largest, and most comprehensive university of technology in the Netherlands. With over 13.000 students and 2100 scientists (including 200 professors), it is an establishment of both national importance and signicant international standing. Renowned for its high standard of education and research, the University collaborates with other educational establishments and research institutes, both in the Netherlands and overseas. It also enjoys partnerships with governments, branch organisations, numerous consultancies, the industry, and companies from the small and medium business sectors. Delft University of Technology has eight faculties offering a host of engineering programmes, many of them unique in the Netherlands. Working together with other educational establishments, various research institutes, international business partners and the industry, TU Delft aims to provide students with all the necessary tools for a successful career: an excellent education, relevant, practical experience, and the broadest possible knowledge base. Detailed information can be obtained from the website www.tudelft.nl INTERNATIONAL OFFICE Going abroad to study is a big step. Living alone, away from your family, a different country, with a different way of learning can be quite tough sometimes. The International ofce will be your rst point of contact at the University. The International Ofce staff handles the application procedure, nancial and housing matters, and the distribution of student ID cards. The International Ofce comprises the central TU Delft Student Registration Ofce, which registers you as a student when you are admitted to TU Delft. Should you have any problems or questions the International Ofce can provide all the help you need. Several departments can advise you on a wide range of issues such as accommodation, university enrollment, insurances, residence permits and legal questions. If you have personal problems you can make an appointment with one of the student psychologists. For students who are disabled the International Ofce is the place to get in touch with a specialised counsellor.

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TU Delft International Ofce PO Box 5 2600 AA Delft The Netherlands Tel: +31 (0) 15 278 8012 Fax: +31 (0) 15 278 56 90 E- mail: InternationalOfce@tudelft.nl Website: www.studyat.tudelft.nl Visiting address: Jaffalaan 9a (Visitors entrance at the Mekelweg) 2628 BX Delft The Netherlands SERVICE DESK The Service Desk provides you with your transcripts, timetables and exam dates, and it posts the exam results. Here you submit forms, you inform them of recently acquired marks, and a change of address. The Service Desk tracks student progress, i.e. the number of credits and marks you obtain and any group work done in a semester and/or academic year. More information is available on servicepunt.tudelft.nl The Service Desk is open Monday to Friday, from 8.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. BLACKBOARD Blackboard provides you with the most recent information about your courses. It is a commercial E-learning medium that serves as a virtual notice board for announcements, timetables, presentation of programme materials, practice materials, exercises and solutions as well as interesting links. You can enter the system using the Preview button in the login screen, but to access all information, you need a personal login ID. Website: blackboard.tudelft.nl Request assistance through Blackboard-support@tudelft.nl SCHEDULES For up-to-date schedules, go to blackboard.tudelft.nl or the campus website of your faculty.

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TU DELFT LIBRARY Your digital window!

All the relevant science and technology information you need The TU Delft Library is the largest science and technology library in the Netherlands. The Library selects, manages, processes and provides relevant information for your studies from in and outside the Netherlands. Much of the information is digital. Stop searching, start nding! During your course, you will nd that the Virtual Knowledge Centre (VKC) of your programme will come in very useful. The VKC is the ideal place to start when looking for information in your eld, as it provides virtually all knowledge in your eld. Learn about your VKC at http://vkc.library.tudelft.nl . The digital window At www.library.tudelft.nl you will nd not just information on specic subjects, but also practical information about the Library, the online catalogue, databases, works of reference, internet sources, instructions and maps. There are also articles, PhD theses, reports, graduation dissertations, lecture notes, patents and other TU Delft publications at http://repository.tudelft.nl . If you are looking for specic information, or if you have a question, request, complaint or comment about the services provided by the Library, go to http://AskYourLibrary.tudelft.nl , the digital window of the Library. For maps, go to http://kaartenkamer.library.tudelft.nl . A clear answer - straightaway You can communicate with the Library Customer Services via Ask Your Library at a time, place and manner of your own choosing. Many of your questions will be

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answered immediately. During ofce hours you can chat to a Library employee, who can also browse along with you. The employee is then able to help you nd specic sources by pointing out information with the cursor. The answers to some questions can be found in the Frequently Asked Questions, but you can also telephone us (+31 (0)15 27 85678), mail us (library@tudelft.nl), or visit one of our branches. Details of branches and opening times can be found at http://www.library.tudelft.nl. Easy If you use a computer that is connected to the TU Delft campus network, you can use, digitally, virtually every service provided by the Library. The Central Branch on Prometheusplein 1, behind the Aula Congress Centre, is open during the daytime, evening, and at weekends, for browsing through the books, studying with or without a computer, meeting, and making copies. The opening times of the Library are extended yet further during examination periods. The Central Branch is also where you will nd the Trsor, the treasure house with unique, fragile and valuable items. The Trsor can be visited by appointment (http://tresor.library.tudelft.nl). The Map Room is housed in the Architecture faculty library. Some faculties have their own library, but everyone is welcome in the Central Branch! PRIVATE STUDY SPACES (Drebbelweg) The large examination hall 2 on Drebbelweg is available to students for private study outside examination periods. There are 200 study spaces which are suitable for the use of laptop computer; no PCs are installed. The building is open from 7.00 to 18.00 hours. The large examination hall is building 35 on the map. REGULATIONS There are a number of formal regulations for the faculty organization, the programmes and their execution. These are: The Faculty Regulations The Course and Examination Regulations (Onderwijs- en Examenreglement) (Per programme) Execution Regulations of the Education and Examination Regulations (Uitvoeringsregeling) The Rules and Guidelines of the Board of Examiners (Regels en Richtlijnen van de Examen Commissie) 12
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The Student Statute (Studentenstatuut) These regulations are published yearly on the web, see http://campus.citg.tudelft.nl . In case of doubt, your Director of Studies or your academic counsellor will be glad to inform and advise you. EUROPEAN STUDENT UNION (AEGEE) AEGEE is the European students association, represented in 271 cities in 40 countries. Over 17,000 member students are actively involved in travelling, participating in fun and pleasure events and conferences on topics that concern you. There are a lot of possibilities to travel to other places in Europe, meet new people and make friends everywhere! In every city there is an independent local association such as AEGEE-Delft. Check out our website: www.aegee-delft.nl TU DELFTS STUDENT UNION (VSSD) The purpose of the VSSD is to safeguard the interests of all students studying at Delft University of Technology. The Union mainly focuses on areas such as education, income, legal status and housing. The VSSD is a member of the National Student Union (LSVB) and of the ISO (a national student body). As well as representing the collective interest of students, the VSSD also provides support and services to individual students by helping them with nancial, housing, study and other problems, and through the publication and sale of reasonably priced textbooks. Ofce: Leeghwaterstraat 42 (building 45 on map) Tel.: +31 (0)15 27 82050 Fax: +31 (0)15 27 87585 Ofce e-mail: balie@vssd.nl Website: www.vssd.nl Opening hours: Monday to Thursday 08:30-17:00, Friday 08:30-13:00 Shop: Leeghwaterstraat 42 Tel: +31 (0)15 27 84125 Fax: +31 (0)15 27 81421 E-mail: winkel@vssd.nl Opening hours: Monday to Friday 10:30-14:00 and 15:00-17:00
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Useful web addresses


www.tudelft.nl (general Information about Delft University, history, programmes, research, etc.) www.studyat.tudelft.nl (information about all MSc and MSc programmes offered by Delft University of Technology, information about the requirements, how to apply, costs, funding, insurance, housing, medical and pastoral care, facilities for special needs students etc.) www.ideeenlijnOS.tudelft.nl (to improve the services of Education and Student Affairs. If you have any complaints, please feel free to report them here) www.snc.tudelft.nl (TU Delft Sports & Cultural Centre) www.dsdelft.nl/centrum (information about Delft) www.denhaag.org (for activities in the nearby city of Den Haag) www.uitaandemaas.nl (activities in Rotterdam) www.amsterdam.nl (activities, news, public transport in and around Amsterdam)

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Addresses
Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) Visiting address: Stevinweg 1 2628 CN Delft The Netherlands Postal address: PO Box 5 2600 AA Delft The Netherlands Tel: (switchboard) +31 (0)15 27 89111 Fax: +31 (0)15 27 86522 E-mail (for questions): voorlichting@tudelft.nl (For information about the city of Delft please see www.delft.nl) Education and Student Affairs Tel: +31 (0)15 27 84670 E-mail: OS@tudelft.nl Website: www.OS.tudelft.nl Central Student Administration (CSA) PO Box 5 2600 AA Delft Tel: +31 (0)15 27 84249 E-mail: msc2@tudelft.nl Website: www.csa.tudelft.nl Ofce hours: 8:30-17:00 International Ofce Jaffalaan 9A 2628 BX Delft Visitors entrance at the Mekelweg Tel: +31(0)15 27 88012 E-mail: msc2@tudelft.nl Website: www.studyat.tudelft.nl
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Student Facility Centre (SFC) Student advisers: Opening hours: Monday to Friday 09:00-17:00. Student psychologists: Tuesday and Thursday 11:30-12:30 Jaffalaan 9A 2628 BX Delft Visitors entrance at the Mekelweg Tel: +31(0)15 27 88012 E-mail: sfc@tudelft.nl Sports & Cultural Centre Mekelweg 8-10 2628 CD Delft Tel: +31(0)15 27 82443 E-mail: sportcentrum@tudelft.nl Website: www.snc.tudelft.nl Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 08:30-23:30; Saturday and Sunday: 08:30-19:00 Student Health Care: SGZ Surinamestraat 4 2612 EA Delft To make an appointment, call : +31(0)15 212 1507, Monday to Friday 8:30-12:15 Stichting DUWO (Delft Housing Agency) Marlotlaan 5 2614 GV Delft Tel: +31(0)15 219 2200 E-mail: info@duwo.nl Website: www.duwo.nl Ofce hours: Monday to Friday 08:30-17:00

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Student Restaurants in Delft - University main cafeteria, Aula, Mekelweg 5 - SnC Caf, Mekelweg 8 - Sint Jansbrug, Oude Delft 50-52 - Koornbeurs, Voldersgracht 1 - DSB, Oude Delft 123 - CSR, Oude Delft 9 - De Bolk, Buitenwatersloot 1-3 - Novum, Verwersdijk 102-104 In-house emergency response instructions The in-house emergency response services (BHV) can be reached calling 112 (from a landline) or 0152781226 (using a cell phone). In case of accident CALL 112 or 015-2781226. Report the location. State your name. Report the nature of the accident. Remain with the victim. Wait for help. Follow the instructions of the company relief workers. In case of re CALL 112 or 015-2781226. Report the location. Report the nature of the re. Report the scope of the re. Follow the instructions of the company relief workers. Alert those who are in danger. Bring people to safety. Attempt to extinguish small or newly ignited res. Proceed to the designated assembly area. In-house emergency response services (BHV).

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Each faculty and building of TU Delft either has its own in-house emergency response team (BHV) or falls under the jurisdiction of the emergency-response team (BHV) of an adjoining building. The Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences (CiTG) has its own in-house emergency response team. The ofces of the company relief workers can be identied by the green EHBO (rst aid) signs above the door. The rst-aid station is located at the reception desk in the main CiTG building. Where: Please contact the Service Desk (telephone: 89802; e-mail: ServicepuntCITG@tudelft.nl) or one of the Working Conditions and the Environment advisors (e-mail: arbo-citg@tudelft.nl) to ask questions or report dangerous situations. One or more company relief workers are located on each oor of the CiTG complex. Instructions for res or emergencies are posted in all classrooms and by the elevators of the faculty. CALL 112 (from a landline) or 015-2781226 (from a cell phone). When: Company relief workers provide rst aid, ght newly ignited res and direct the evacuation of the building in case of calamity. Who: The emergency-response team (BHV) is staffed by university employees. They can be recognised by their orange BHV vests.

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Admission to the Masters degree course


(Course and Examination Regulations Article 5) 1. All students possessing a certicate proving that they have successfully completed their Bachelor of Science studies in Technische Aardwetenschappen at Delft university of Technology will be admitted to the programme. 2. Students who do not possess the degree mentioned in paragraph 1 are required to obtain proof of admission to the programme from the dean, who will seek the advice of the board of examiners on this matter. 3. In order to obtain proof of admission, the student must meet or, as the case may be, possess: a. the general relevant criteria set by the executive board, laid down in Section 2 of the Student Charter (central part), b. a certicate, together with the accompanying list of marks, proving that he/she possesses knowledge of a sufciently high level and broad scope to successfully complete the programme within the allotted period. 4. Those who have a foreign Bachelors degree can only be admitted to the programme if an average of at least 75% of all obtainable points has been scored. This does not apply to relevant BSc degrees that are already recognised by TU Delft as being of a sufciently high quality. 5. New rules related to admissions to MSc programmes will come into effect on 01-09-2010. These rules aim to facilitate the transition from BSc to MSc programmes, and they specify: - several routes for entrance to an MSc; - wider entrance for students who qualify for extra months according to the student statute Graduation Support Scheme; These rules will be nalised on 01-09-2007 at the latest, either in the Course & Examination Regulations or in policy rules related to these regulations.

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NOTE: Every attempt has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information provided in this study guide. In case of discrepancy, the ofcial Course and Examination Regulations (OER), including the Implementation Regulations, take precedence over this or any other study guide.

Enrolment for the Propaedeuse and Bachelors degree audit Students must apply for the Bachelors degree audit no later than 20 working days before the Board of Examiners results meeting for the nal Master of Science degree takes place. Examination schedule The schedule for the written examinations can be found on the TAS website (www.tas.tudelft.nl). Ordering study materials TU Delft has decided to make it possible for students to order readers through the Internet. The immediate advantage of this is that you can order your study materials at any time and from anywhere in the world and that the materials will be delivered to the address specied by you as soon as you have paid the order amount. It is also possible to pick up your order at the campus. Readers can be ordered online through Blackboard (blackboard.tudelft.nl). For access to Blackboard, you will need the NetID and password you received when you enrolled at TU Delft. STUDENT HEALTH CARE The university psychologists are part of the Student Health Care organisation (in Dutch the SGZ). The SGZ is an independent organisation, which also offers preventive medical care for students. The university physicians also serve as ordinary general practitioners. The SGZ is located in the SGZ healthcare centre.

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Address: Surinamestraat 4 2612 EA Delft To make an appointment, call +31 (0)15 212 1507. The healthcare centre also has a physiotherapist and an ordinary physicians practice. Opening times: 8:30 to 12:15 You may report to the university physicians for vaccinations, medical check-ups and medical declarations. University physicians also help and advise students who have physical or psychological problems that could be detrimental to their studies. EMERGENCIES BEFORE OR DURING EXAMS You may have a problem reaching the venue where you are due to sit an examination. You may be confronted with unexpected trafc jams, a railway power cut or something else entirely beyond your control, causing you to be late or to have to miss the exam altogether. In such cases it is always wise, if possible, to contact one of the academic counsellors directly, Karel Karsen (tel. +31 (0)15 27 83337) or Pascal de Smidt (tel. +31 (0)15 27 81068). They will then contact the lecturers responsible for the examination immediately and try to nd a suitable solution. Bear in mind that such steps can only be taken in the event of real emergencies and that a perfect solution cannot always be found. Students who arrive late for the examination because of travel delays are obliged to report immediately to the invigilator. He or she will then decide on the best plan of action. Obviously all this only applies to students who have registered in time for examinations through the usual channels and according to the usual procedures.

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Bachelor/Master system: a brief explanation


Bachelor/Master system: a brief explanation In the year 2000, 29 European ministers of education signed the Bologna Declaration on the European Space of Higher Education. This declaration was the rst step towards implementing the Bachelor/Master system in the Netherlands. The main goals of this system are: - to stimulate international mobility of students; - to develop of international study paths; - to increase transparency and harmonisation of the educational system; - to improve international recognition of Dutch educational programmes. The system was introduced at Dutch universities in September 2002. TU Delft is the rst university in the Netherlands to apply the system to all its degree programmes. The traditional 5 year study programme is now divided into a 3 year BSc programme, and a 2 year MSc programme. TU Delft has further decided on the following Major-Minor structure for all its BSc programmes: a Major of 150 ECTS and a Minor of 30 ECTS scheduled for the fth semester of the BSc programme. The introduction of the Minors offers a greater choice to students to broaden their curriculum, and to improve exibility for their future study paths, as by doing a Minor, students can get acquainted with topics that are not central to their BSc Major. To achieve this TU Delft offers a wide range of Minors to its students. The BSc programme culminates in a BSc thesis. Only after completing the MSc programme is the university education considered complete. Features of BSc: - selecting and orientating for preliminary exams; - collective courses in clusters; - a fth semester dedicated to the Minor programme; - BSc thesis as an integral part of the degree programme; - Dutch is the language of instruction.

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Features of MSc: - several tracks and specializations based on research; - improved access to programmes for foreign students; - English is the language of instruction; - degree results in the title Master of Science. TU Delft would like to emphasise that the introduction of the new system does not interfere with the progress of students who started their programme before 2002. If students who started their university education under the old system nevertheless experience difculties, they are advised to consult the academic counsellor. MSC PROGRAMME The two-year Master of Science (MSc) programme is aimed at talented students who hold at least a Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree, or an equivalent degree, in a relevant technical or engineering discipline. The MSc programme provides academic training with excellent prospects for an international career. The working language of the programme throughout each course is English. Students from more than 30 countries in Asia, Africa, America and Europe participate in the TU Delft MSc programme. The prime objective of the MSc programme is to offer a challenging highlevel education and research environment. The courses provide students with ample opportunities to analyse technical problems and develop innovative solutions. Furthermore, TU Delft, by virtue of its long tradition as an advanced learning centre and also by virtue of its broader setting in Europe, invariably stimulates the students personal creativity, self-reliance and originality. The MSc International programme brings together bright young people and places them in an international and intercultural atmosphere, in which they will also discover a lot about each other and will learn from each other. The group members, sharing unfamiliarity with various new circumstances, are likely to develop a sense of solidarity and mutual understanding, respect and appreciation. This not only has a meaningful effect on the students own personal and professional growth and awareness, but also contributes to a better future world.

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Depending on the course, the rst year comprises theoretical study, assignments and laboratory work. The second year is largely devoted to the nal thesis work, which involves participation in the universitys advanced research or design projects or development work in a company. All courses devote ample attention to a broadly based general development of the prospective engineer. As such, the student may also acquire knowledge of business economics, economics, and law, and will develop considerable social and communicative skills. An internship, which can be completed at a scientic institute or company in the Netherlands or abroad, may be a component of the study programme. Continuous attention is devoted to the universitys educational system. In addition to the lectures, tutorials, and practicals, new educational forms and methods are introduced when necessary and desirable. From the rst year on, students learn to work in project groups. Tutors counsel students throughout the rst phase of their study, and students can ask for advice and guidance from advisers throughout their study at TU Delft. RESEARCH Well over 2300 scientists and 650 PhD researchers at TU Delft contribute to the technological innovations which are so characteristic of the present era. The researchers conduct both fundamental theoretical research and practical research. The fundamental research is nanced by the Ministry of Education and Science and by foundations for fundamental and pure scientic research, such as the NWO (The Netherlands Organisation for Scientic Research). Thesis work of MSc and PhD researchers is an important element of the research programmes.

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Department of Geotechnology
The organisation of the department Applied Earth Sciences degree courses at Delft University of Technology are organised by the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences. Apart from the Applied Earth Sciences programme, this faculty is also responsible for the Civil Engineering curriculum as well as coordinating the interfaculty Masters degree courses in Geomatics and TIL (Transport, Infrastructure and Logistics). The Faculty is participating in the interfaculty Master degree course Offshore Engineering. The Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences comprises ve different departments. One of the departments, Geotechnology, is oriented towards geoscience. Geotechnology was formed by a merger of the former Department of Applied Earth Sciences and the section Geo-Engineering. The latter was also born out of a previous merger, of four different and relatively small sections, all focussing on different aspects of engineering in the Earths shallow subsurface. The department now consists of four sections, namely Geo-Engineering Petroleum Engineering Applied Geophysics & Petrophysics Applied Geology The department is responsible for the BSc curriculum in Applied Earth Sciences and the MSc tracks Petroleum Engineering and Geosciences; Geo-Engineering (a joint programme in Applied Earth Sciences and Civil Engineering); Applied Geophysics (jointly offered with IDEA League partners); and two courses that are run jointly with three other European universities of Aachen, Exeter and Helsinki and the 3mE faculty at the TU Delft, the European Mineral Engineering Course and the European Mining Course. Mission of the department The Department of Geotechnology does research in the judicious use of the subsurface of the Earth and the sustainable exploration thereof, as well as the exploitation and use of raw and recycled materials. The Department, therefore, endeavours to:

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investigate, describe, and predict those natural systems and processes that dene the characteristics and distribution of the Earths materials; provide relevant and benecial approaches to geological and engineering aspects of the exploitation, use and re-use of the Earths surface and subsurface, and its raw materials; evaluate the entire material cycle (raw materials, use, waste, re-use of material) by considering the impact of the infrastructure on the environment and economics, and investigate the technology that will minimise this impact; develop novel, sound and responsible engineering techniques to construct in and on the Earths subsurface The department exploits the synergy between the research groups, i.e. the more earth-science oriented groups of geology and geophysics on the one hand, and the more engineering-oriented groups of petroleum engineering and geoengineering on the other. The mineral and material properties and the dynamic processes of the Earth (including the mineralogy of waste and products) bridge these disciplines and form the common thread in our department. Therefore an important goal of this department is to promote the responsible and sustainable use of the Earths natural mineral and material resources. In short, the departments mission is to: Reveal and explain the Earths resources and support their responsible use in an environmentally conscious manner for the benet of society THE GEOTECHNOLOGY STUDY PROGRAMME The Geotechnology community is small. This has the advantage that it is exible and people know each other. Because the courses are broad and internationally oriented, graduates can nd employment in a wide range of businesses that lie both inside and outside the disciplines covered by Geotechnology. Four major areas can be identied in Geotechnology: - Petroleum Engineering & Geosciences (which includes reservoir engineering, petrophysics, production geology, drilling technology and reservoir geology); - Resource Engineering (which includes mining, processing, metallurgy and recycling); - Engineering Geology (which includes tunnelling, the use of underground space, rock mechanics, ground stability and site investigation);

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- Applied Geophysics (which includes hydrocarbon exploration, monitoring of hydrocarbon production, environmental & engineering geophysics, petrophysics and geothermal exploration and management). ORGANISATION Head of the Geotechnology Department Prof. S.M. Luthi is the head of the department and has the nal responsibility for education. Within the department there are a number of people and committees responsible for educational matters. They are: The Director of Studies The Director of Studies, Dr R. Weijermars (telephone +31 (0)15 27 87801) has a wide range of responsibilities including the organisation, content and quality of the education and the development of policies and plans related to future developments in the eld of education. The Board of Studies (Opleidingscommissie/OC) Dutch law requires each study programme to have a Board of Studies, advising the Dean and the Director of Studies on educational matters. Half the board members are students; the other half are scientic staff. The Board of Examiners (Examencommissie/EC) This Board is responsible for the organisation and co-ordination of all examinations and the assignment of examiners. The board draws up instructions and guidelines for student assessment. The Board is also in charge of approving the individual educational programmes proposed by students. The organisers (regelaars) of the MSc tracks Each track has its own organiser: Applied Geophysics: Dr E.C. Slob Engineering Geology: Dr D.M.J. Ngan-Tillard Petroleum Engineering: Dr E.S.J. Rudolph Resource Engineering: J.J. de Ruiter Reservoir Geology: Dr G.J. Weltje

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Quality Assurance and Education Policy Advisor E.C.M. Tijmensen, Stevinweg 1, room 2.67 Tel: +31 (0)15 27 88093 The educational adviser is responsible for monitoring the quality of the educational programmes; following up on evaluations and putting their recommendations into action; initiating and supporting educational renewal project; and supporting the Board of Studies. The Academic Counsellors, appointments and open consultation hours P. (Pascal) de Smidt or K. (Karel) Karsen Stevinweg 1, Room: 2.79 / 2.77.1 Tel: +31 (0)15 27 81068 / 83337 E-mail: P.deSmidt@tudelft.nl K.O.Karsen@tudelft.nl The academic counsellors advise students on all study-related affairs. This includes providing information to pre-university students and students from other institutes of higher education. They also can help if there are family circumstances or other condential matters that affect your study. The faculty and the academic counsellors guarantee that all private information will be treated condentially. Student questions are generally related to: - the programme and regulations; - illness and private matters; - study support (planning and how to study); - lodging appeals against assessment results. If you would like more general information, or if you need advice or help, please make an appointment with one of the academic counsellors: Pascal de Smidt and Karel Karsen, by contacting their secretariat, room 2.81, tel. +31 (0)15 27 85742. In urgent cases you will immediately be put in contact with one of them. If you have information-related questions, that can be dealt with briey, you can also attend the open consultation hour. These take place from Monday to Friday from 12.45 13.30 hours in rooms 2.79 and 2.77.1 You can also send an email: K.O.Karsen@tudelft.nl or P.deSmidt@tudelft.nl

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University and Faculty Student Councils There are two student councils: the University Student Council and the Faculty Student Council. Both hold yearly elections. The University Student Council is elected by all students, while the Faculty Student Council elects candidates from a degree programme offered by the faculty only. These councils have some formal rights, such as the approval of programmes. Ask your Student Society for details. RESEARCH The Department carries out a wide range of research. The common denominator is the link between earth sciences, raw materials and technology. The research covers exploration, extracting and processing solid, uid and gaseous mineral resources, and other uses of the subsurface. It also covers resource consumption and recycling of recourses, and the associated engineering, energy and economic aspects. The research focuses on practical applications that are clearly relevant to industry or society at large.

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MSc programme Applied Earth Sciences


GOALS OF THE MSC PROGRAMME Applied Earth Sciences is concerned with the interaction between Man and Earth. This interaction takes the form of exploration, extraction, processing and utilisation of raw materials, engineering and construction projects, and the impact of these activities on the environment. As a consequence of new technologies, insights and concept that dene the geological subsurface have been completely revolutionised. Industry has become aware that integrating geology with engineering is vital to optimise the recovery of underground resources: the geological reality determines the feasibility of the industrial processes. In civil engineering, groundwater and mining activities, it is essential to incorporate geological characterisation and modelling into the design. Education and research linking applied sciences to geology is therefore at the core of our department. The department is by nature strongly multi-disciplinary. Research in the department focuses on long-term fundamental issues that may lead to industrial applications. The department exploits the synergy between research groups working in the areas of geophysics, geology, petroleum engineering, engineering geology and resource engineering. This synergy between disciplines is also characteristic of the MSc courses. The MSc courses encourage students to take an interdisciplinary approach, while maintaining the option to explore in depth the chosen track. Students can choose to specialise in one of the following areas: Applied Geophysics, Reservoir Geology, Petroleum Engineering, Engineering Geology, Mining Engineering and Minerals Engineering. Anticipating the future professions of the students, the course has a strong international character. The academic staff forms part of a vigorous international network, which includes both industry and universities. There are active collaborations with highly respected foreign universities that have resulted in joint degree programmes and student exchanges. The quality of the MSc course is internationally recognised by universities and industrial companies alike.

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GENERAL GOALS OF THE MSC PROGRAMME The Dublin Descriptors is a European framework that denes the quality requirements of academic courses. The department applied these standards and has identied the following general goals for its MSc graduates: Knowledge and Understanding the ability to draw on a broad and deep scientic knowledge and analytically apply this to their work; Applying Knowledge and Understanding the ability to synthesise knowledge and to solve complex problems creatively; Making Judgements the development of sound judgment, personal responsibility and initiative that will enable them to deal competently with complex and unpredictable professional environments; the ability to identify the possible ethical, social, environmental, aesthetic and economic implications of their work, to which they can furthermore respond appropriately; Communication the ability to assume leading roles (including management roles) in companies and research organisations, and the ability to contribute to innovation; the language and communication skills to work in an international environment, and to show social and cultural sensitivity. These skills will in part have been acquired through experience of team work and any study periods abroad; Learning Skills the ability to work and learn independently, and an awareness of the need to update their knowledge and skills continually.

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SPECIFIC GOALS OF THE MSC PROGRAMME In addition to the general goals listed above, the department has the following specic goals for the MSc students it wishes to attract to its programmes, and the competencies that they should acquire: The MSc course should be open to all students who obtain a BSc in a relevant technical, engineering, or natural science discipline from any country, provided the degree is of a sufciently high standard; Graduates should have an awareness how their eld relates to other disciplines, and the ability to engage in interdisciplinary work; Graduates will have a command of the following: - domain and subject-specic skills and competencies that include the core knowledge and understanding required in the eld of Applied Earth Sciences; - knowledge of the methods and technical practices used in this eld of study; - relevant theoretical knowledge and methods, including modelling; - advanced knowledge of specic areas of their chosen specialisation; - knowledge of the specic methods and approaches in their eld of specialisation; Graduates will extend the understanding or application of this knowledge by doing original research work integrated into the research activity of the department, culminating in a thesis. STRUCTURE OF THE MSC PROGRAMME The MSc programme in Applied Earth Sciences has been developed to achieve these goals within the Bachelors/Masters structure that was introduced in the Netherlands fairly recently. The MSc programmes, ofcially introduced at TU Delft in 2002, have two alternative structures. Both guarantee interdisciplinary awareness and avoid over-specialisation: 1. A programme provided fully by TU Delft, consisting of a backbone of common courses, given principally in the rst year, complemented by specialised courses and thesis work in the second year. This structure exists for the Masters track in Petroleum Engineering & Geosciences, which offers two specialisations: Reservoir Geology and Petroleum Engineering. Since September 2006 a similar structure exists for the specialisation Engineering Geology, within the broader track of Geo-Engineering and in cooperation with Civil Engineering. 32
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2. An international programme, involving different European universities. Students take courses at different universities throughout the rst year, returning to Delft for their thesis work. This structure exists for the Masters track Resource Engineering and its two specialisations: Mining Engineering and Mineral Processing (both in collaboration with Aachen, Helsinki and Exeter), and the Applied Geophysics track (in collaboration with Aachen and Zurich). The international tracks of the MSc Applied Earth Sciences have a high proportion of full time foreign students in the Resource Engineering programmes (provided fully by TU Delft), as well as students who spend shorter periods at Delft through exchange programmes with reputable foreign universities (University of Texas at Austin, Colorado School of Mines, NTNU in Norway, Leoben University in Austria, Madrid University).

MSc programme Applied Earth Sciences

Petroleum Engineering & Geosciences Petroleum Engineering Reservoir Geology

Geo Engineering Engineering Geology

Resource Engineering EMC EMEC

Applied Geophysics

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The department of Geotechnology offers the following MSc tracks with their specialisations for the academic year 2007-2008: Petroleum Engineering & Geosciences, with the specialisations Petroleum Engineering and Reservoir Geology; Geo-Engineering, with the specialisation Engineering Geology; Resource Engineering, with the specialisations Mineral Processing (EMEC) and Mining Engineering (EMC); Applied Geophysics. A short description of each specialisation is given below: APPLIED GEOPHYSICS Course objective The goal of the Applied Geophysics track is to train students to become well qualied in applied geophysics related to either hydrocarbon exploration and exploitation, or to environmental and engineering investigations (including geothermal energy exploration and exploitation), whilst maintaining a solid background in the other speciality. The nal research project will allow our students to work in acquisition, processing and interpretation of seismic data at an operational level as well as in R&D. Focal points in research and education TU Delft: - Time lapse or 4D seismic imaging, linking 4D geophysical parameters to dynamic reservoir parameters - Seismic structural characterisation of migrated seismic data, improving facies analysis - Imaging and characterisation in complex media, incorporating small-scale effects in imaging, multi-scale analysis, imaging techniques for multi-valued arrivals.

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ETH Zurich: - Engineering geophysics for shallow applications, e.g. in geology and archaeology - Advanced methods of seismic and electromagnetic prospecting RWTH Aachen: - Borehole geophysics and petrophysics - Geothermal energy exploration and exploitation - Numerical modelling The programmes course modules are taught at all three partner universities: the rst part is given in Delft, the second in Zurich, and the last in Aachen. Students then nish their programme with an 8-month graduation research project at one of the three partner universities. Employment Our graduates work in a wide range of research institutes related to the energy and engineering industry, as well as oil and gas companies, geothermal companies, contractors, engineering companies, operators and nancial institutions. Other graduates go on to enrol in PhD programmes around the world. Contact TU Delft: Dr Evert Slob Tel: +31 (0)15 27 88732 E-mail: e.c.slob@tudelft.nl ETH Zurich: Prof. Alan Green Tel: +44 633 2657 E-mail: alan@aug.ig.erdw.ethz.ch RWTH Aachen: Prof. Christoph Clauser Tel: +49 241 809 4825 E-mail: c.clauser@geophysik.rwth-aachen.de Website: www.idealeague.org/geophysics

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PETROLEUM ENGINEERING & GEOSCIENCES Petroleum Engineering The Petroleum Engineering specialisation includes all aspects of the upstream petroleum industry, from reservoir and production engineering to economical evaluation and the optimisation of project development. The main objective of the course is for students to integrate knowledge of the different aspects of petroleum engineering (reservoir technology, petrophysics, production technology, production geology). This will enable them to manage the development of an oil or gas eld, or to do research. Focal points in research and education Real-time reservoir characterization and optimization of reservoir development Fluid ow modelling honouring multi-scale geological heterogeneity Conformance control, inow performance and smart wells Placement and injectivity of uids and chemical treatments Improved oil recovery Unconventional hydrocarbon recovery CO2 sequestration Hydraulic fracturing Groundwater ow and subsurface environmental remediation The rst year consists of the fundamental subjects (hydrocarbon properties, rock-uid interaction, and numerical mathematics), the basic disciplines (drilling and production technology, petrophysics), and a module on technology and society worth 6 ECTS. There are two compulsory trips in the rst year of the MSc programme: the geological eldwork, and the visiting of companies. The total cost of both these trips is around 675,- . These trips are not included in the tuition fee and have to be paid for by the students themselves. The second year includes a eld development project (6 ECTS), elective courses (6 ECTS), and the nal thesis project. A multi-disciplinary approach, integrating engineering and geosciences, is central to the course programme. At the same time a signicant part of the

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programme is dedicated to the underlying fundamentals. The programme as a whole is therefore structured to ensure that our alumni are equipped to solve not just the problems of today but also those of the future. Employment Our graduates work in a wide range of companies related to the petroleum industry: oil and gas companies, contractors, engineering companies, operators, and nancial institutions across the world. Some graduates go on to enrol in PhD programmes; these can also be all over the world. Contact For further information about the course content please contact Prof. W.R. Rossen. Tel: +31 (0)15 27 86038 E-mail: w.r.rossen@tudelft.nl RESERVOIR GEOLOGY Course objectives The Reservoir Geology course trains students to use modern measurements, computational methods and new geological concepts to obtain a quantitative understanding of the processes that laid down reservoir rocks. These skills are not only highly useful in the petroleum industry but also in other, related branches such as hydrogeology and the search for some emerging new energies. The course meshes closely with the courses in petroleum engineering and geophysics. This course offers a very solid basis to work for companies in the energy sector, above all in the oil and gas industry, but also engineering companies and new venture companies in the energy and natural resource sector. It trains the graduate to think critically and innovatively and it therefore also forms a good basis to continue in a PhD programme. Focal points in research are: Quantitative reservoir characterisation Process-based modelling at reservoir and grain scale Analogue eld studies of recent and ancient deposits

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The rst year consists of fundamental subjects (rock-uid interaction, properties of hydrocarbons & oileld uids, reservoir sedimentology) and basic disciplines (exploration geology, production geology, advanced seismic interpretation, log analysis, reservoir characterisation and development). The second year consists of a eld development project, the thesis work and 6 credits for electives. The course programme puts great emphasis on multi-disciplinary work, integrating engineering and geosciences. Moreover, a signicant part of the programme is dedicated to the underlying fundamentals, ensuring that our graduates will be equipped to solve not just the problems of today but also those arising in the future. Contact For further information about the course content, please contact Prof. S.M. Luthi. Tel: +31 (0)15 27 86019 E-mail: S.M.Luthi@tudelft.nl GEO-ENGINEERING Course objective Civil Engineering and (Applied) Earth Sciences students are trained alongside the Geo-Engineering track in order to allow them to make a contribution to: 1. providing innovative solutions for the construction, dredging and offshore industries in the Netherlands and worldwide, in the context of varied construction works and contrasting environments; 2. effectively facing the challenges of the Dutch subsurface, which is characterized by poor ground conditions and a high water table; 3. supporting the ever-growing development of the country, whilst providing adequate protection against ooding. The core programme of the Geo-Engineering track provides students with a conceptual understanding of the mechanical and hydrological interactions between subsurface materials and engineered structures. The primary objectives are for students to gain a sound understanding of the fundamentals of geo-engineering, and to encourage new ideas through cross-fertilisation with different elds.

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The Geo-Engineering track has four specialisations: - Engineering Geology - Geomechanics - Geotechnical Engineering - Underground Space Technology Focal points in education and research Ground risk and its management have an increasing visibility in the MSc programme, reecting the aim of the Geo-Engineering Section: to reduce ground uncertainty with the aid of geological expertise in order to limit risk in construction and to assist the sustainable development of low-land countries, their near-shore and offshore areas. Employment Expertise gained at TUDelft can be utilised in any country, and the training that is provided is particularly relevant to development in coastal areas and/or difcult ground conditions and/or limited space. Contact For more infromation, please send an e-mail to J.P.Oostveen@tudelft.nl ENGINEERING GEOLOGY Course objective The Engineering Geology specialisation is designed to provide the student with the expertise and condence needed to be able to identify ground-related problems, and to know how to tackle them. Students will already have a high level of competence in the basics, a working knowledge of industrial applications, and an ability to adapt to new technologies and environmental conditions. Focal points in education and research The Engineering Geology specialisation covers the full spectrum of engineering geology disciplines pertinent to the needs of low-lying countries. Subjects covered include the durability of coastal defences and the impacts of both the dredging and offshore industries, as well as the fundamentals of geology, soil

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mechanics, rock mechanics, and hydrogeology. A substantial proportion of the course consists of eldwork. Exposure to the complexity of the subsurface and its dynamic processes is progressively developed through the study of idealised case studies (games), case histories, and an intensive eldwork programme based on observation, analysis and communication. Site visits and guest lectures by industrial partners are central to the development of the students understanding of the subject, as well as providing an opportunity to forge strong links with potential employers. MSc students are encouraged to participate in the sections research activity in their nal graduation project. The MSc theses involve the integration of theory and data derived from eld observation, eld tests or laboratory work. The following research projects are on-going: - Methodology towards a Shared Earth Model for engineering purposes; - Inverse modelling of ground monitoring data; - The making of present-day deltas: how they evolved and how they respond to changes in the sediments; - The unusual fabric of Dutch organic soils and its environmental geomechanics; - Anisotropic geomechanical parameters as a result of glacial shearing; - Electromagnetic characterisation of peat deposits; - Degradation and strengthening of geomaterials (asphalt, carbonate sands, rocks of marginal quality). Employment Engineering geologists graduating from TU Delft are employed world-wide by engineering consultants, contractors, municipalities, national and international governmental ministries, and nancial institutions concerned with assessing engineering challenges and geohazards. A number of them enrol in PhD programmes, again all over the world. Contact For more information, please contact Dr Ngan-Tillard, d.j.m.ngan-tillard@tudelft.nl, tel:+31 (0)15 27 83325.

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RESOURCE ENGINEERING Course objective Resource Engineering investigates materials cycle as a whole, from Mining and Mineral Processing to Extractive Metallurgy and Recycling. Students will acquire a clear conceptual understanding of the technical, design and economical aspects of the processes that are part of the materials cycle. Graduates are employed worldwide by resource-based industries (mining, processing, metallurgy, recycling) and both resource and not resource-related manufacturers, nancial institutions, and consultants. Some graduates go on to enrol in PhD programmes all over the world. Focal points in research are: All aspects of the life cycle of mineral resources. Optimisation of the exploitation of resources by modelling and simulation Design of mining, processing, metallurgical and recycling processes The rst year consists of practical and theoretical subjects. In these courses TU Delft students are combined with students from other countries in the European Mining Course (EMC) and the European Mineral Engineering Course (EMEC). Over an eight month period students will spend times in four locations: Helsinki, Cornwall, Aachen and Delft (see www.emmep.org) Students interested in mining will follow the EMC; students with an interest in processing and metallurgy will follow the EMEC. The second year consists of the thesis project and a number of elective courses. The course programme puts great emphasis on all technical, design and economical aspects of the total Resource cycle. Only a limited number of students can enrol in this MSc programme. Contact For further information about the course content, please contact J.J. de Ruiter. Tel: +31 (0)15 27 85001 E-mail: J.J.deRuiter@tudelft.nl

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CONVERGENCE COURSE Introduction The convergence course covers basic subjects that are fundamental to the rest of the MSc programme: students are not expected to know about all of these subjects in advance. The convergence course is taught during the rst period of the MSc programmes and is intended to cover those subjects that were not included in the students Bachelors programme. Depending on their individual background, students will be told which parts of the convergence course they have to take. The convergence course consists of several parts: 1. Introduction to Geology (4 ECTS) AES1910 2. Petroleum Geology (3 ECTS) AES3820 3. Introduction to reection seismics (1 ECTS) AES3520 4. Geological excursion (1 ECTS) AES1913 5. In addition to this, all students who do not have an AES BSc must attend the basic course Image Analysis (AES0101) taught over the course of three afternoons. The convergence courses will be concluded by a written examination at the end of the rst period. For MSc students of Petroleum Engineering the convergence course consists in most cases of all the abovementioned parts. Students with a strong background in Geology can use the credits reserved for the convergence course on mathematics, physics or elective courses, inside or outside the department. Each student has to agree with the regelaar (the course organiser) how these credits will be covered. Students with an AES BSc degree can choose to cover the credits for the convergence course in the following manner. They can: 1. choose electives within AES; 2. choose electives outside AES (e.g. at Civil Engineering, TPM); 3. add these credits to their BSc thesis; 4. use these credits for an internship; Please note that the particulars always need to be agreed with the relevant regelaar.

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Study information
ACADEMIC YEAR The student year ofcially starts on 1 September, and ends on 31 August of the following year. The 2007-2008 academic year will start on 3 September 2007. The Department of Geotechnology has divided the academic year into four blocks. Each block consists of around seven weeks of teaching (study and courses), followed by an exam period of variable length. Holidays are scheduled for Christmas, Easter and the summer. ATTENDANCE During teaching periods students should attend lectures, group tutorials, etc. but they will not be compelled to do so. All laboratory practicals are compulsory however. In view of the intensity of the MSc course, we strongly recommend that students do not take leave of absence during these periods, as they risk missing essential tuition or practical work. The department is not responsible for delays in study progress as a result of such absences, and will not initiate remedial action. ECTS CREDITS AND GRADING ECTS credits The European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System is a student-centred system based on the student workload required to achieve the objectives of a programme. These objectives are preferably specied in terms of learning outcomes and competences. The key features of ECTS are: - The workload of a full-time student during one academic year is 60 credits. The student workload of a full-time study programme in the Netherlands amounts to 1680 hours per year, i.e. one ECTS stands for 28 working hours. - Student workload in ECTS includes time spent on attending lectures, practical work, independent study, assignment work, preparation for examinations, etc.

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- Credits are allocated to all educational components of a study programme (such as modules, courses, placements, dissertation work, etc.) and reect the quantity of work required for each component proportionate to the total quantity of work necessary to complete a full year of the relevant study programme. - Credits in ECTS can only be obtained after the required work has been completed successfully and appropriate assessment of the learning outcomes has taken place. The two-year MSc course comprises 120 ECTS in total. Details about the modules in the different MSc courses - and their credit point values can be found in a separate chapter in this study guide. Grading scale and grades Student performance is documented by an ECTS grade. The ECTS grading scale ranks the students on a statistical basis (see also Table). The Dutch grading system rates work with marks ranging from 1 (the minimum score) to 10 (excellent). A mark of 6 is a pass; a mark of 5 or lower is a fail. Sometimes instead of a numerical score a descriptive appreciation of the practical work is given. The following ECTS grading scale has been proposed, however this scale has not yet been accepted ofcially at TU Delft. Nevertheless the scale gives a good indication of how a mark can be translated into many other grading scales in Europe. Grades in the Dutch university education system (Graded from 1 to 10)
Delft University of Technology 10/9 8 7 6.5 6 5 or lower ECTS A B C D E FX-F American A AB+ B C F Denition Excellent / Very good Good More than satisfactory Satisfactory Sufcient Fail

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EXAMINATIONS Examination registration The Examination Registration System TAS (Tentamen Aanmeld Systeem) permits on-line registration and cancellation of registration for scheduled written examinations. You should register at least 10 working days before the examination (called tentamen in Dutch). Registration is obligatory. All new students receive a password by e-mail. Once you have a password, you may register or cancel your registration for exams from any PC connected to the Internet. You can log in to the TAS system using your password at www.tas.tudelft.nl If you are unable to attend the examination, you should cancel your registration at least ve working days before the examination. When attending an exam, you must show your college/campus card (or other proof of admission) - make sure you take this with you! At every exam, you must ll in your name and student number. Examination regulations can vary. In some cases, you are permitted to take books, notes and calculators into the examination room. If English is not your native language you may also take a dictionary. Announcement and validity of results Grades for written exams are made known as soon as possible, but always within 20 working days after the examination. The results are published on the Internet. You can obtain an overview of all your grades to date on Blackboard if you are a registered member. The validity of grades for parts of your programme is ten years. Having completed your programme your degree is valid forever. Note that the validity of assessments of parts of modules, such as quizzes, (computer) tests, subexaminations, homework, exercises, etc. may be quite limited! Exam results on Blackboard Exam results can be checked electronically on Blackboard (blackboard.tudelft. nl), click the Volg+ grades button on the top right of the portal page. Here the administration lists the ofcial grades. The grades menu at the bottom of the portal page is Blackboards own grade-system and is not commonly used.

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Right of review and appeal After the exam results have been published, you have at least 20 working days to review your work. You are permitted to make a copy of the work. During this period you may also make an appointment with the lecturer to discuss the work. In many cases the lecturer will hand out answer sheets or publish these on Blackboard. Sometimes a class is organised to discuss the exam. If, following discussion with the lecturer, you wish to appeal against a given grade you must do so within 10 working days of receiving the result. You can send your written appeal to the following address: College van Beroep voor de examens PO Box 5 2600 AA Delft GRADUATION / APPLICATION FOR MASTERS DEGREE AUDIT After fullling all MSc programme requirements, there is a graduation ceremony. These ceremonies are held throughout the year, but for international students they take place at the end of the academic year, normally around mid-August. A few weeks before your proposed graduation you must register at the Service Desk (see schedule below) for a Masters degree audit by completing an Exam Application Form; go to http://campus.citg.tudelft.nl and choose: Forms. The Administration then veries whether you are entitled to receive your degree, while the Board of Examiners makes the nal decision. The actual graduation is a public ceremony, so your family and friends are welcome. At this stage all that remains for you to do is: show up, sign your diploma, listen to some speeches and receive well-deserved congratulations! For the 2007-2008 academic year, the following dates have been determined:
Apply before Meeting Examination committee 8 October 2007 3 March 2008 2 June 2008 Mid-July 2008 Graduation ceremony

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HONOURS TRACK An honours track is a special individual programme on top of the regular Masters programme of about 800 hours (30 ECTS) and is related to the discipline of the Master and/or the role of technology in society. It offers more depth, for example in preparation of a PhD programme, or it provides a wider orientation, for example in the eld of sustainability or another science subject. All honours track students of TU Delft follow a specially developed course of 160 hours. This course is interdisciplinary and focuses on academic competences such as communication skills, philosophy of science, methodology and ethics. The additional programme has to be completed during the course of the students MSc programme of the student. Students who have successfully completed their honours track receive a special certicate from the university. Motivated students who have nished their Bachelors programme with a weighted averaged mark of 7.5 or higher, and students who have excelled during the rst semester (no fails and 7.5 or higher) are eligible for an honours track in their Masters programme. Students who would like to follow an honours track should contact the director of studies, Dr R. Weijermars. Students who full (or will full) the above-mentioned requirements and are interested in an honours track can apply by writing an essay in English. The essay should contain the students motivation and a proposal for their honours track programme. The content of the honours track programme should be thematically consistent, and must be submitted to the director of education for approval. SPECIAL OPTION: TECHNOLOGY IN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT The special option Technology in Sustainable Development was introduced in September 2000 and can be tted into all MSc curricula at TU Delft. The aim is to equip students with the skills needed to contribute effectively to sustainable technological development. A special mention will be added to the degree certicate. The option is open to all MSc students and allows students to broaden and deepen their knowledge regarding Sustainable Development (SD) and technology.

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Depth is acquired by making sure SD is one of the core issues in the students graduation project. Each engineering programme has a so-called SD-referee with the necessary expertise who will assess whether SD is sufciently elaborated in the research question as well as in the nal thesis. This assessment will focus on how SD has been incorporated in the problem denition, the actual work and the conclusions of the project. Breadth is guaranteed through a number of elective courses in the eld of SD, and the Colloquium Technology in Sustainable Development (wm0922TU). This colloquium aims to teach the students how to apply a long-term vision in determining engineering priorities. The colloquium takes place over 2 full weeks (one week is a boat trip) , also requiring self-study. It is offered twice a year (in English in autumn, and in Dutch in spring). To summarise, three requirements have to be satised to be eligible for the special mention Technology in Sustainable Development: - the graduation project must focus on an SD (related) problem. The referee advises a student on the SD content of their work; - students have to participate in the Colloquium Technology in Sustainable Development (wm0922TU), 4 ECTS. This is a two-week course on recent developments in SD and introduces students to the so-called Sustainable Technological Development method; - students have to pass SD elective courses for a minimum of 11 ECTS to be chosen from two clusters, consisting of at least 5 technical ECTS (the cluster Design, Analysis, Tools), and 5 non-technical ECTS (the cluster Organisation, Policy and Society). For a list see: www.odo.tudelft.nl Project group Education in Sustainable Development (ODO) The project group Education in Sustainable Development supports all departments in their efforts to integrate Sustainable Development in their degree programmes. It is hosted by the Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management.

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Further information: Website: www.odo.tudelft.nl C.F. Rammelt Tel: +31 (0)15 27 88440 E-mail: C.F.Rammelt@tudelft.nl Sustainable Development referees for Applied Earth Sciences: Prof. R.J. Arts Prof. S.M. Luthi Tel: +31 (0)15 27 85190 E-mail: r.j.arts@tudelft.nl Tel: +31 (0)15 27 86019 E-mail: s.m.luthi@tudelft.nl

PROGRAMME EVALUATION AND QUALITY ASSURANCE Students opinions are important to determine the quality of the education. Feedback helps the department to identify bottlenecks. Therefore, quarterly course evaluations take place between the quality assurance advisor, and the students association. Sometimes lecturers themselves also attend these evaluation meetings. Course evaluation is a tool to improve the quality of the education. Positive and negative feedback are both important. If necessary, recommendations are made on how to improve courses. Courses are evaluated on the basis of: report of the Sensor survey; results of the course evaluation; teachers response. The student association plays an important role in these evaluations. The student association often contributes information that would otherwise not come to the fore. Evaluation results will be discussed in the Board of Studies.

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Facilities
STUDENT INFORMATION Monitor The monitors in the hallway display the most urgent notices about for instance changes in the schedules or cancelled lectures. It is advisable to check the monitors every day. Newsletter The Department has its own newsletter, called Nieuwsbrief. This Nieuwsbrief will be e-mailed to all students of Applied Earth Sciences regularly (approx. monthly) and contains a variety of news and information submitted by students and staff from the department. Website The website http://campus.citg.tudelft.nl contains the most recent information. Delta TU Delfts newspaper, Delta, is published weekly. It provides, along with all the latest University news, interesting articles and interviews, job vacancies, lm reviews, etc. The last pages Delta in English are dedicated to English-speaking readers, and contain an overview of the main articles and latest news items. COMPUTER FACILITIES All new students are automatically registered to use the Universitys computing facilities. The university provides each student with an e-mail account. INSURANCE Health insurance: According to Dutch law, everyone must be covered by adequate medical insurance, since the Dutch government does not accept any responsibility in the case of illness or hospitalisation. Add to this the high cost of all forms of medical treatment and you will see that it is absolutely necessary for you to be insured. See for more information the Visiting Students Guide. Legal liability: If you are to blame for an accident that injures someone or if you

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damage another persons property, you are in principle responsible for paying all costs arising from the accident. The resulting claim for damages could be very high. You are strongly urged to take out third-party insurance. TU Delft is in no way liable or responsible for any lack of insurance. STUDYING ABROAD Within the Geotechnology department it is sometimes possible to arrange part of your studies abroad. Various cooperative arrangements already exist with various universities, all of which make international exchange simpler. (Unfortunately this is not open to foreign MSc students because of visa problems.) For addresses in the various countries go to the www.tudelft.nl/buitenland site. For further information please contact Pascal de Smidt, room 2.79, tel. +31 (0)15 2781068 . STUDENT SOCIETY Mijnbouwkundige Vereeniging (MV) student society Mijnbouwkundige Vereeniging Tel: +31 (0)15 27 86039 E-mail: mv@tudelft.nl The Mijnbouwkundige Vereeniging is a student society which assists students with their studies and provides social events which help them build up an international network! The MV was founded in Delft in 1892. At rst the sole objective was to organise lectures and excursions, later this objective was expanded to providing social events and to form a solid bond between staff and students. Over the years the MV has become a mature society respected by Delft University, the faculty staff and major international companies. The Mijnbouwkundige Vereeniging is a society which was originally only open to students from the Department of Applied Earth Sciences. Nowadays it is not strictly a society for Dutch students anymore, since many foreign students have come to Delft over the last couple of years to complete their studies in their MSc

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phase. The MV nds it important that during their stay in Delft foreign students get to know Dutch students and the typical Dutch student life. Social and student life in Delft originates mostly from the fraternities and other student associations. Nowadays these are all open both to females and males. One of the qualities that make Delft students stand out from the rest is that they participate in more events than classes only. They tune their soft skills so to speak. The MV is a student association which offers all the aspects of student life in Holland. We offer assistance with courses; we organise lectures, excursions and parties. We even have our own pub in the centre of Delft. Because of all these events, students get to know each other easily on a professional and a social level. During the rst few weeks in Delft it can be quite handy to get to know certain people who know the ropes. The board therefore organises a welcome in Het Noorden shortly after the start of the academic year. Company visits to the faculty are also organised by the MV. This is done for students who are a member of the MV. Twice a year, both resource engineering and oil companies will come to the faculty and give a presentation, followed by drinks afterwards. Some will offer interviews at the faculty, while the rest will inform you of their recruiting system and their career opportunities. Attending these presentations is very useful, since it can offer you better chances when applying for a job. The graduation ceremony is another occasion where the bond between the faculty and the MV is apparent. Every member of the MV is given a Hckel, a symbol of responsibility when they have graduated, a unique symbol known to many around. Glck Auf! Board 2006-2007: Pieter Sturm Ted Brueren Roel Huneker Claartje Wiggers - President - Secretary / Keeper - Treasurer - Commissioner of Education / Vice-president

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Board 2007-2008 Rutger Smit Arvid de Groot Evert Dolman Madeleine Scheidema - President - Secretary / Keeper - Treasurer - Commissioner of Education/Vice-president

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Additional information for students with a non-AES BSc degree


GENERAL INFORMATION General educational information can be found on: www.citg.tudelft.nl. Here you can nd information about the courses, the programme, the schedules, the examination programme, etc. If you have questions about the MSc programme, please contact: Pascal de Smidt Tel: +31 (0)15 27 81068 e-mail: p.desmidt@tudelft.nl ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS To be admitted to the MSc programme, applicants must have a BSc degree in the same or in a closely related discipline. Graduates with a BSc in a different discipline can be admitted if they full additional requirements to be determined by the department. Further information about the general admission requirements and the application procedure can be found on www.studyat.tudelft.nl The admission policy of TU Delft states that previous degrees, other skills and knowledge of applicants must be relevant and of high standard. Students must also be highly interested and motivated, as well as have a good command of English. A programme selection committee will evaluate each applicants ability to complete the MSc programme at TU Delft successfully in two years, and decide which applicants will be admitted. The admission decision will be communicated to applicants in an admission letter.

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INITIAL CONDITIONS Introduction Some basic knowledge is required to start the MSc Applied Earth Sciences. You are expected to already have the requisite technical knowledge, i.e. a familiarity with the principles of mathematics, physics and chemistry. These subjects will not be taught in the MSc programme; they are the principles on which the other courses are based. To give you a better idea of what you are expected to know, we have compiled an overview (below). Here you can check what we regard as basic knowledge. If you feel that you lack some of this knowledge, you can remedy this yourself by using the books that are listed. We strongly recommend that you read through these initial conditions carefully, since we will expect you to have mastered these subjects. Initial conditions Mathematics 1. Analysis
Contents - Complex numbers, differential calculus, linearisation, integral calculus, differential equations - Convergence of series, multivariate functions - Differentiability of multivariate functions, multiple integrals - Line integrals, surface integrals, integral theorems Stewart, J.: Calculus, Early Transcendentals, fth edition, Brooks/Cole Publishing, 1999. Chapters: - App. G, 1.6 (p. 72-74), 3.6, 3.11, 4.2, 5.3, 5.5, 7.1, 7.4-7.6, 7.8, 9.1 (not Eulers Method), 9.3, 9.4, 9.6, 17.1-17.3 - 11.1-11.6 (not square root Cauchy), 11.8-11.12, 12.3, 13.1-13.3, 14.1-14.3 - 14.4-14.7, 15.1-15.5, 15.7-15.9, 12.7 - 16.1-16.9, 12.3, 12.4 Blackboard, this is a rst-year BSc course (WI1266TA).

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2. Differential equations
Contents First and second order differential equations Linear differential equations with constant coefcients Systems of rst order linear differential equations Simple systems of rst order non-linear differential equations Laplace transformations Fourier series Partial differential equations from mathematical physics (wave equation, diffusion, potential, etc.)

Book(s)

Boyce, W.E. and Diprima, R.C.: Elementary Differential Equations and Boundary Value Problems, 7th edition 2001, John Wiley and Sons. Blackboard, this is a second-year BSc course (WI2034).

Practice/Exams

3. Linear Algebra
Contents Systems of linear equations Matrix calculus Determinants Vector spaces Linear projections Eigen values and eigen vectors Scalar product (dot product) Vector product (cross product) Orthogonality

Book(s)

Lay, D.C.: Linear algebra and its applications, third edition, Addison Wesley. Chapters: 1.1-1.5, 1.7-1.9, 2.1-2.3, 2.8, 2.9, 3.1-3.3, 4.1-4.7, 5.1-5.4, 5.6, 6.1-6.7. Blackboard, this is a second-year BSc course (WI2273TA).

Practice/Exams

4. Numerical Analysis
Contents Introduction numerical analysis Interpolation Numerical differentiation Numerical methods for initial value problems Numerical methods for boundary value problems Numerical integration Non-linear equations Burden, R.L. and Faires, D.: Numerical Analysis, Brooks/Cole Publishing Company, 7th edition, 2001. Blackboard, this is a third-year BSc course (WI3097TU).

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Initial conditions Statistics


Contents Variables and Graphs Measures of Central Tendency and Dispersion Elementary Probability Theory The Binomial, Normal, and Poisson Distributions Elementary Sampling Theory Statistical Estimation Theory Statistical Decision Theory Small Sampling Theory The Chi-Square Test Curve Fitting and the Method of Least Squares Correlation Theory Multiple and Partial Correlation Analysis of Variance Nonparametric Tests

Book(s) Practice/Exams

Spiegel, M.: Statistics, Schaums Easy Outline S. All chapters and exercises at the end of the book.

Initial conditions Thermodynamics


Contents Laws of thermodynamics Thermodynamic state functions and properties Description of processes Equation of state: ideal gas law, van der Waals Compressibility Z Phase and chemical reaction equilibrium Chemical potential Phase diagram of pure components and simple binary systems

Book(s)

Potter, M.C.l Potter, B. and Somerton C.W.: Schaums Outline Theory and Problems: Thermodynamics for Engineers; 1994; ISBN-10: 0078427177 ISBN-13: 978-0078427176 Chapters 1, 2, 3, 4 (except 4.9); 5; 6; 10.3; 11.1. 11.4.; 12.1. & 12.2.

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Initial conditions Surface Chemistry


Contents Youngs law Contact angle Laplace formula Capillary pressure Surface tension Vanderwaals attraction Double layer repulsion

Book(s)

Hunter, R.J.: Introduction to modern colloid science, Oxford Science publications. Chapter 5: 5.1, 5.2, 5.5, 5.7.

Initial conditions Transport Phenomena / Conservation Laws


Contents Laws of Newton, Fourier, Fick Laminar ow, turbulent ow, friction factor Velocity proles, boundary layers Dimensionless numbers Conservation laws, Navier-Stokes equation R.B. Bird, W.E. Stewart and E.N. Lightfoot, Transport phenomena (2nd ed.), John Wiley & Sons, New York, 2002. Chapters: 0, 1.1, 2.1, 2.3, 2.4, 3.1-3.5, 3.7, 4.4, 5.1-5.5, 6.1-6.3, 9.1, 17.1 The book of Bird et al. contains a sufcient amount of questions and worked-out problems.

Book(s)

Practice/Exams

Initial conditions Computer Skills


Contents Text processing (Word) Spreadsheets (Excel) Programming (in any programming language): if-then-else statements; for loops; do loops; use of subroutines (argument passing); concept of global/local variables; data types, integers, double types, real precision; ow charts Hanselman, D. and Littleeld, B.: The Student Edition of MATLAB, version 5, users guide, The Mathworks, Inc, 1997. Grifths, D.F.: An introduction to Matlab, version 2.2. Department of Mathematics, University of Dundee. www.maths.dundee.ac.uk/~ftp/na-reports/MatlabNotes.pdf For basic programming knowledge the type of programming language used when you learned how to meprogramme is irrelevant. If you want to improve your programming, or if you want to learn additional skills, we advise you to use MATLAB, since we use it here at the university for programming and because the study book is not expensive.

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Curriculum formats

Faculteit:

Civiele Techniek en Geowetenschappen

Opleiding:

Technische Aardwetenschappen

Opl. Cordinator:

Dr.ir. E.C. Slob

Ingangsjaar:

2007-2008

Geldig voor cohort(en):

2007

Vakcode

Vaknaam Engels

ECTS geheel

ECTS onderdelen Contacturen

Start onderwijs

Tentamen in periode

1st Year

TU Delft 6 3 3 4 4 6 1 2 2 1 Assignm. excers. oral oral 1 xx... Dr. G.J. Weltje Prof.dr. W.A. Mulder Dr.ir. E.C. Slob Prof. W.R. Rossen Dr.ir. E.C. Slob Prof.dr.ir. C.P.A. Wapenaar

Convergence Courses / Electives

TA3540

Fields and Waves

AES1010

Computing and Plotting with Matlab

AES1310

Rock Fluid Interaction, part 1

AES1540-06

Electromagnetic Exploration Methods

AES1560

Advanced Reection Seismology and Seismic Imaging

Verantwoordelijk Docent

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Onderwijsprogramma

Master Applied Geophysics

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2 2 .x.x. Prof.dr. S.B. Kroonenberg 6 6 6 7 6 6 3 3 3, 4 3, 4 3, 4 3, 4 3, 4 3, 4 3, 4 3, 4 Dipl.ing. H.Horstmeyer Prof.dr. W. Kinzelbach Dr. H.-R. Maurer Dr. H.-R. Maurer Prof.dr. S.Springman Prof.dr.ir. C.P.A. Wapenaar Prof.dr. A.G. Green Dr.ir. D.M.J. Smeulders

AES1870

Sequence Stratigraphy

ETH

651-4079-00L Reection Seismology Processing

651-4081-00L Groundwater for Geophysicists

651-4083-00L Modelling & Inversion for Applied Geophysicists

651-4089-00L Geophysical Field Work & Processing

651-4099-00L Soil Mechanics for Geophysics

651-4091-00L Geophysics Special Subjects (AES1550)

651-4087-00L Case Studies in Engineering and Environmental Geophysics

Petrophysics Special Subjects for Petroleum Studies 651-4093-00L (AES1580)

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2nd Year

RWTH 3 4 3 3 3 4 1 40 1 24 24 1 1 1 1 1 Prof. Dr. B. Blmich; Dr. N. Klitzsch Dr. R. Pechnig Prof. Dr. F. M. Meyer Dr. N. Klitzsch; Dr. B. Krooss Prof. Dr. R. Littke Prof. Dr. C. Clauser

RWTH001

Geophysics Special Methods: NMR and Spectral IP

RWTH002

Geophysical Logging and Log Interpretation

RWTH003

Exploration Geology

RWTH004

Petrophysics

STUDY G U I D E MS C 2 0 0 7 / 2 0 0 8

RWTH005

Petroleum Systems: Sedimentary Basin Modeling

RWTH006

Geothermics

AES2005

Colloquium

AES2506

Final Thesis

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Vakcode

Vaknaam Engels

ECTS geheel

ECTS onderdelen Contacturen

Start onderwijs Tentamen in periode 1 2 2 3

First year common core 3 4 3 2 2 3 3 xx... excers. .x.x. ..xx. 2 3 3 .x.x. excers. ..xx. Dr.ir. E.S.J. Rudolph Prof. W.R. Rossen Prof.dr.ir. R.J. Arts Dr. C.J. de Pater Prof.dr. S.B. Kroonenberg Prof. W.R. Rossen Prof.dr. S.M. Luthi

AES1300

Properties of Hydrocarbons & Oileld Fluids, incl. lab exp.

AES1310

Rock Fluid Interaction, part 1

AES1510

Geologic Interpretation of Seismic Data, incl. practical

AES152002

Log Evaluation

AES1870

Sequence Stratigraphy

AES1320

Rock Fluid Interaction, part 2

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AES1810

Production Geology

Verantwoordelijk Docent

62

Faculteit:

Civiele Techniek en Geowetenschappen

Opleiding:

Technische Aardwetenschappen / Applied Earth Sciences

Opl. Cordinator:

prof. W.R. Rossen

Ingangsjaar:

2007-2008

Geldig voor cohort(en):

2007

Onderwijsprogramma

Master Petroleum Engineering

AES1340 3 3 First year focus area PE 9 1 3 4 2 3 4 4 2 2nd Year 1 44 9 6 1 1-4 present. Prof. W.R. Rossen 4 4 3 2 1-4 2, 3 1, 4 ..x.x oral ...xx ..xx. assignm 4 1 xx... Prof. W.R. Rossen Dr. P.L.J. Zitha Prof.dr. P.K. Currie Prof. W.R. Rossen Dr.ir. J.D. Jansen 4 ...xx 4 report Drs. J.C. Blom Prof.dr. S.M. Luthi

Applied Reservoir Engineering and Simulation, part 1

oral

Prof. W.R. Rossen (coord)

AES1802

Geological Fieldwork (+ EM methods)

AES1820

Reservoir Characterisation & Development

Convergence Courses / Electives

AES1303

Company Visits

AES1304

Introduction to Petroleum Engineering and NAM Visit

STUDY G U I D E MS C 2 0 0 7 / 2 0 0 8

AES1330

Drilling & Production Engineering, incl. lab exp.

AES1350

Applied Reservoir Engineering and Simulation, part 2

AES1360

Production Optimisation

AES1500

Fundamentals of Borehole Logging incl. lab. Experiments

Dr.ir. D.M.J. Smeulders

WI4012ta

Mathematics, Special Subjects

Electives

AES2005

Colloquium

AES2006

Final Thesis

AES2009

Field Development Project

Electives

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Vakcode

Vaknaam Engels

ECTS geheel

ECTS onderdelen

Contacturen

Start onderwijs

Tentamen in periode

1st Year

Helsinki 3 3 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 x -x x x ir. J.J. de Ruiter ir. J.J. de Ruiter ir. J.J. de Ruiter ir. J.J. de Ruiter ir. J.J. de Ruiter

H-AR

Applied Rock Mechanics for Hard Rock Mining

H-EX

Excursion

H-MA-04

Automation and Maintenance of Mining Equipment

H-ME-00

Mining Technology and Economics

H-MM

Numerical Mine Modelling

Aachen 3 2 .x ir. J.J. de Ruiter

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A-EI-00

Environmental Issues

Verantwoordelijk Docent

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Paraaf opleiding: CURRICULUM FORMAT dr. R. Weijermars Versienummer 1 Denitieve Versie: Nee

Faculteit:

Civiele Techniek en Geowetenschappen

Opleiding:

Technische Aardwetenschappen / Applied Earth Sciences

Opl. Cordinator:

ir. J.J. de Ruiter

Ingangsjaar:

2007-2008

Geldig voor cohort(en):

2007

Onderwijsprogramma

Master Resource Engineering - EMC

A-MV-04 6 2 .x ir. J.J. de Ruiter

Mine Ventilation

.x

ir. J.J. de Ruiter

A-OP-05

Open Pit Mining

Exeter 7,5 7,5 3 ..x 3 ..x ir. J.J. de Ruiter ir. J.J. de Ruiter

E-ED-07

Surface Excavation Design

E-PA-07

Project Management, Finance and Appraisal

STUDY G U I D E MS C 2 0 0 7 / 2 0 0 8
5 6 2 2 2nd Year 1 44 15 4 4 4 4 report + pres. oral ...xx ...xx ir. J.J. de Ruiter ir. J.J. de Ruiter ir. J.J. de Ruiter ir. J.J. de Ruiter

TU Delft

D-AL-07

Alluvial Mining and Marine Mining

D-CS-07

Case Study

D-IM-00

Industrial Minerals

D-ME-06

Mineral Economics

AES2005

Colloquium

AES2006

Final Thesis

Electives

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Vakcode

Vaknaam Engels

ECTS geheel

ECTS onderdelen Contacturen

Start onderwijs Tentamen in periode 1 1 1 x x x

1st Year

TU Delft 2 2 4 4 4 ir. J.J. de Ruiter ir. J.J. de Ruiter ir. J.J. de Ruiter 1 1 x x dr. Y. Yang dr. P.C. Rem

D-IM-05

Industrial Minerals

D-ME-06

Mineral Economics

D-HY-05

Hydrometallurgy

D-PM-06

Pyrometallurgy

D-RE-06

Recycling

Exeter 7.5 2 .x dr. H.J. Glass

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E-ES

Process Design & Equipment Selection

Verantwoordelijk Docent

66

Faculteit:

Civiele Techniek en Geowetenschappen

Opleiding:

Technische Aardwetenschappen / Applied Earth Sciences

Opl. Cordinator:

ir. J.J. de Ruiter

Ingangsjaar:

2007-2008

Geldig voor cohort(en):

2007

Onderwijsprogramma

Master Resource Engineering - EMEC

E-PS

Physical Seperation Technology

7.5

.x

dr. H.J. Glass

Aachen 7 7 3 ..x 3 ..x ir. J.J. de Ruiter ir. J.J. de Ruiter

A-RM-06

Recycling Metallurgy

A-WP-06

WEEE Recycling

Helsinki 4 3 4 4 2nd Year 1 44 15 4 4 4 ...x ...x ...x 4 ...x ir. J.J. de Ruiter ir. J.J. de Ruiter ir. J.J. de Ruiter ir. J.J. de Ruiter

H-CE

Chemical Engineering for EMEC

H-CS

Project Work in Process Automation

STUDY G U I D E MS C 2 0 0 7 / 2 0 0 8

H-PA-06

Basics in Process Automation

H-PD-06

Process Design

AES2005

Colloquium

AES2006

Final Thesis

Electives

67

Vakcode

Vaknaam Engels

ECTS geheel

ECTS onderdelen Contacturen

Start onderwijs Tentamen in periode 1 2 2 3

First year common core 3 4 3 2 2 3 3 2 xx... excers. .x.x. ..xx. 2 3 3 4 .x.x. excers. ..xx. oral Dr.ir. E.S.J. Rudolph Prof. W.R. Rossen Prof.dr.ir. R.J. Arts Dr. C.J. de Pater Prof.dr. S.B. Kroonenberg Prof. W.R. Rossen Dr. A. Moscariello Prof. W.R. Rossen

AES1300

Properties of Hydrocarbons & Oileld Fluids, incl. lab exp.

AES1310

Rock Fluid Interaction, part 1

AES1510

Geologic Interpretation of Seismic Data, incl. Practical

AES1520-02

Log Evaluation

AES1870

Sequence Stratigraphy

AES1320

Rock Fluid Interaction, Part 2

AES1810

Production Geology

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AES1340

Applied Reservoir Engineering and Simulation, part 1

Verantwoordelijk Docent

68

Faculteit:

Civiele Techniek en Geowetenschappen

Opleiding:

Technische Aardwetenschappen / Applied Earth Sciences

Opl. Cordinator:

Dr. G.J. Weltje

Ingangsjaar:

2007-2008

Geldig voor cohort(en):

2007

Onderwijsprogramma

Master specialisation Reservoir Geology

AES1802 3 First year focus area 6 3 3 Rep. + 3 4 3 6 4 2nd Year 1 44 9 6 1 present. Prof. W.R. Rossen 3 1 4 1-4 3 pres. Assignm. report Pres. + report Drs. J.C. Blom Dr. I. Overeem Dr. G.J. Weltje Dr. M.E. Donselaar Dr. G.J. Weltje 2 report 2 Assignm. 1 xx... Dr. G.J. Weltje Dr. M.E. Donselaar 4 ...xx Prof.dr. S.M. Luthi

Geological Fieldwork (+ EM methods)

report

Drs. J.C. Blom

AES1820

Reservoir Characterisation & Development

Convergence Courses / Electives

AES1800

Exploration Geology (incl. Remote Sensing)

AES1830

Reservoir Sedimentology

STUDY G U I D E MS C 2 0 0 7 / 2 0 0 8

AES1840

Advanced Structural Geology

AES1850

Geological Modelling

AES1860-05

Analysis of Sedimentological Data

AES1902

Reservoir Geological Fieldwork

Electives

AES2005

Colloquium

AES2006

Final Thesis

AES2009

Field Development Project

Electives

69

Vakcode

Vaknaam Engels

ECTS geheel

ECTS onderdelen Contacturen

Start onderwijs

Tentamen in periode

1st Year 11 4 3 4 2 2 1 4 1 2 2 4 2 4 Assign. Assign. Assign. .xx.. Assign. .x..x Assign. Dr. J. Storms Dr.ir. D.J.M. Ngan-Tillard Dr.ir. J.J. Bruining Dr.ir. D.J.M. Ngan-Tillard Dr.ir. D.J.M. Ngan-Tillard Dr.ir. R. Bekendam Ir. J. van der Schier

AES1602

Engineering Geological Fieldwork

AES1630

Engineering Geology of Soils and Rocks

AES1640

Environmental Geotechnics

AES165007 D1

Shallow Depth Geophysics (Theory)

AES165007 D2

Shallow Depth Geophysics (Fieldwork)

AES1660

Subsidence

MS C A P P LI E D E A RT H S CIENCES

AES1700-1

Professional Practice in Engineering Geology

Verantwoordelijk Docent

70

Faculteit:

Civiele Techniek en Geowetenschappen

Opleiding:

Technische Aardwetenschappen

Opl. Cordinator:

Dr.ir. D.J.M. Ngan-Tillard

Ingangsjaar:

2007-2008

Geldig voor cohort(en):

2007

Onderwijsprogramma

Master Engineering Geology

AES1710 4 3 1 xx... 3 ..x.x Dr.ir. D. Ngan-Tillard Prof.dr.ir. F. Barends

GIS Applications in Engineering Geology

Assign.

Dr. R. Hoogendoorn

AES1720

Rock Mechanics Applications

AES1730

Soil Mechanics Applications

Select 1 of the 2 belowmentioned: 3 4 3 ..x.x 3 ..x.x Prof.ir. J.W. Bosch Prof.ir. A.F. van Tol

CT3300

Use of Underground Space

CT3350

Soil Structures and Retaining Structures

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4 3 4 6 3 2nd Year 2 4 3 9 1 41 4 1 1, 2 1 Assign. .x.x. xx... Ir. J. van der Schier Ir. M.A. Burgmeijer Dr.ir. O. Heeres 1, 2 2 3 2, 3 ..x.x ..x.x .x.x. x.x.. Dr.ir. R. Brinkgreve Prof.ir. van Tol Prof.dr. Olsthoorn

CT4360

Material Models for Soil and Rocks

CT4390

Geo Risk Management

CT4420

Geohydrology

CT5320

Site Characterisation, Testing and Physical Modelling

Dr.ir. D.J.M. Ngan-Tillard

Convergence Courses / Electives

AES1700-2

Professional Practice in Engineering Geology

CT4130

Probabilistic Design

CT4380

Numerical Modelling of Geotechnical Problems

Electives

AES2005

Colloquium

AES2706

Graduation thesis

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Semester 1.2 CT5320 Site Characterisation, Testing and Physical Model* CT4360 Material Models for Soil and Rocks* CT4130 Probabilistic Design 4 * CT4360 Material Models for Soil and Rocks 4 6 CT4390 Geo Risk Management 3 WM0312CT Ethics for CT ECTS Semester 2.1 ECTS Semester 2.2 ECTS 4 ECTS 6 Semester 2.1 CT4350 Numerical Soil Geomechanics ECTS 4 Semester 2.2 CT5142 Computional Methods in Non-linear Mechanics ECTS 3

Geo-Engineering track courses

MSc Geo-Engineering track schedule: 24 ECTS required (Core courses)

Semester 1.1

ECTS

CT5320 Site Characterisation, Testing and Physical Model*

CT4380 Numerical Modelling 3 of Geotechnical Problems

CT4130 Probabilistic Design*

* course continues in the following period

Required for Specialisation: Geomechanics

Semester 1.1

ECTS

Semester 1.2

CT4353 Continuum Mechanics

CT4353 Continuum Mechanics

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* course continues in the following period

Required for Specialisation: Geotechnical Engineering


ECTS CT 5350 Design and Construction by Geo-synthetics in Civil and Marine Engineering CT5305 Bored and Immersed Tunnels Semester 2.1 ECTS Semester 2.2 ECTS 4

Semester 1.1

ECTS

Semester 1.2

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ECTS 3 Semester 2.1 ECTS Semester 2.2 CT5330 Foundations and Underground Construct. CT4780 Underground Space Technology, Special topics 4 4

Required for Specialisation: Underground Space Technology


ECTS

Semester 1.1

ECTS

Semester 1.2

CT5740 Trenchless Technologies

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MSc Geo-Engineering Code CT4130 CT4350 CT4353 CT4360 CT4380 CT4390 CT5142 CT5320 WM0312CT Course title Probabilistic Design Numerical soil mechanics Continuum Mechanics Material models for soil and rock Numerical modelling of geotechnical problems Geo risk management Computational Methods in Non-linear Solid Mechanics Site characterisation, testing and physical model Philosophy, technology assessment and ethics for CT

MSc CE, Geo-Engineering, Geomechanics

MSc CE, Geo-Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering CT4130 CT4360 CT4380 CT4390 CT5305 CT5320 CT5350 WM0312CT Probabilistic Design Material models for soil and rock Numerical modelling of geotechnical problems Geo risk management Bored and immersed tunnels Site characterisation, testing and physical model Design and construction by geo-synthetics in civil and marine eng Philosophy, technology assessment and ethics for CT

MSc CE, Geo-Engineering, Underground Space Technology CT4130 CT4360 CT4380 CT4780 CT5320 CT5330 CT5740 WM0312CT Probabilistic Design Material models for soil and rock Numerical modelling of geotechnical problems Underground space technology, special topics Site characterisation, testing and physical model Foundation and construction Trenchless Technologies Philosophy, technology assessment and ethics for CT

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MSc CE, Geo-Engineering, Engineering Geology Convergence courses, electives, etc. AES1602 AES1610 AES1630 AES1640 AES1650 AES1660 AES1661 AES1700 AES1710 AES1720 AES1730 AES2005 AES2006 CT2090 CT4350 CT4360 CT4420 Engineering Geological Fieldwork Site Investigation I Engineering properties of soils & rocks Environmental geotechnics Shallow depth geophysics Subsidence, incl.practicals Subsidence, practicals Professional practice in engineering geology GIS applications in Engineering Geology Rock mechanics applications Soil mechanics applications Colloquium Graduation thesis Soil Mechanics Numerical soil mechanics Material models for soil and rock Geohydrology 1

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Course descriptions
AES0101 Responsible Instructor Instructor Education Period Exam Period Education Method Introduction to Quantitative Image Analysis Drs. K.H.A.A. Wolf(K.H.A.A.Wolf@tudelft.nl) J.G. van Meel(J.G.vanMeel@tudelft.nl) 2 none one and a half day computer aided practical exercises, two students share one computer ECTS: 0

Literature and Study handout Introduction to Quantitative Image Analysis Materials

AES1010 Responsible Instructor Education Period Exam Period Education Method

Computing and Plotting with Matlab Dr.ir. E.C. Slob(E.C.Slob@tudelft.nl) 1 none

ECTS: 3

6x2 hours of lectures and 6 afternoons of practicals of 4 hours each. The other hours are used for self-study and preparation for the exam.

Literature and Study Matlab guides. Practical notes and exercises Materials

AES1300 Responsible Instructor Education Period Exam Period

Properties of Hydrocarbons & Oileld Fluids Dr.ir. E.S.J. Rudolph(E.S.J.Rudolph@tudelft.nl) 1 1 2

ECTS: 3

Expected prior knowledge Education Method

Knowledge of basic petroleum engineering, macroscopic thermodynamics and calculus. lectures and exercises/practical work

Literature and Study Lecture notes by Currie, Zitha and Rudolph; Hand-outs Materials

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AES1303 Responsible Instructor Practical Coordinator Education Period Exam Period Education Method

Company Visits / Excursion Prof. W.R. Rossen(W.R.Rossen@tudelft.nl) G.M. Sigon(G.M.Sigon@tudelft.nl) 4 none Project

ECTS: 1

Literature and Study <> Materials Remarks This course is compulsory for Petroleum Engineering MSc students. Students must pay a fee of around 500 euros (not included in tuition fee). Before taking this excursion, students must have taken AES 1330 (drilling and production) and should have taken AES 1360 (production optimization).

AES1304 Responsible Instructor Instructor Education Period

Introduction to Petroleum Engineering and NAM Visit Dr. P.L.J. Zitha(P.L.J.Zitha@tudelft.nl) Prof. P.K. Currie(P.K.Currie@tudelft.nl) 1 4

ECTS: 3

Exam Period Expected prior knowledge Education Method

none None Project Lectures and exercises (rst week). Lectures and eld visits (second week).

Literature and Study Handouts Materials Optional: 1) Jahn, F., Cook, M. and Graham, M.: Hydrocarbon Exploration and Production Elsevier, 1998. Remarks The obligatory reports of the internship at the NAM will be assessed. For more information about the organization contact the instructor.

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AES1310 Responsible Instructor Instructor

Rock Fluid Interaction, Part 1 Prof. W.R. Rossen(W.R.Rossen@tudelft.nl) Dr.ir. E.S.J. Rudolph(E.S.J.Rudolph@tudelft.nl) Drs. K.H.A.A. Wolf(K.H.A.A.Wolf@tudelft.nl)

ECTS: 4

Practical Coordinator Education Period Exam Period Expected prior knowledge

G.M. Sigon(G.M.Sigon@tudelft.nl) 2 none Basic mathematics and statistics: WI1266ta, WI1228ta, WI1229ta,WI1230ta, WI1231ta, WI1275t, WI2034ta TA2090, chemieTA1200, Numerical analysis WI3097, Phys. Transport phenomena TN4780tu, wi2273ta, ta3000, image analysis introduction The course consists of 14 lectures of 3 hours and 20 half days of practical work. The exercises include 3 half days on image analysis, 3 half days laboratory work and 14 half days of computer exercises.

Education Method

Literature and Study Lecture notes, papers, Dynamics of Fluids in Porous Media by J. Materials Bear, Dake, L.P., Fundamentals of Reservoir Engineering, Elsevier (1978). (lecture notes provided with E-mail). Reference literature: Stauffer, D. and Aharony, A., 1992, Introduction to Percolation Theory, Taylor & Francis, London, Washington, DC., Sahimi, M., Applications of percolation theory, Taylor & Francis, Patankar, S.V., Numerical Heat Transfer and Fluid ow, Series in Computational Methods in Mechanics and Thermal Sciences, Hemisphere Publishing Corporation, London (1980) Remarks Examination: Homework assignments and summary of lecture notes in combination with an oral exam about the assignments. The homework assigments must be accomplished not later than one month after nishing the course parts. The marking is primarily based on an oral examination in which the homework assignments are discussed. The homework assigments must be marked as sufcient. Every student must make his own homework assignments, but programming work may be accomplished in teams of two persons or exceptionally three persons. The laboratory work and the image analysis will be separately marked.

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AES1320 Responsible Instructor Instructor Education Period Exam Period Expected prior knowledge

Rock Fluid Interaction, Part 2 Prof. W.R. Rossen(W.R.Rossen@tudelft.nl) Drs. K.H.A.A. Wolf(K.H.A.A.Wolf@tudelft.nl) 3 Different, to be announced

ECTS: 3

Basic mathematics and statistics: WI1266ta, WI1228ta, WI1229ta,WI1230ta, WI1231ta, WI1275t, WI2034ta TA2090, chemieTA1200, Numerical analysis WI3097, Phys. Transport phenomena TN4780tu, wi2273ta, ta3000, image analysis introduction The course consists of 14 lectures of 3 hours and 20 half days of practical work. The exercises include 3 half days on image analysis, 3 half days laboratory work and 14 half days of computer exercises.

Education Method

Literature and Study Lecture notes, papers, Dynamics of Fluids in Porous Media by J. Materials Bear, Dake, L.P., Fundamentals of Reservoir Engineering, Elsevier (1978). (lecture notes provided with E-mail). Reference literature: Stauffer, D. and Aharony, A., 1992, Introduction to Percolation Theory, Taylor & Francis, London, Washington, DC., Sahimi, M., Applications of percolation theory, Taylor & Francis, Patankar, S.V., Numerical Heat Transfer and Fluid ow, Series in Computational Methods in Mechanics and Thermal Sciences, Hemisphere Publishing Corporation, London (1980) Remarks Examination: Homework assignments and summary of lecture notes in combination with an oral exam about the assignments. The homework assigments must be accomplished not later than one month after nishing the course parts. The marking is primarily based on an oral examination in which the homework assignments are discussed. The homework assigments must be marked as sufcient. Every student must make his own homework assignments, but programming work may be accomplished in teams of two persons or exceptionally three persons. The laboratory work and the image analysis will be separately marked.

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AES1330 Responsible Instructor Instructor Practical Coordinator Education Period

Drilling & Production Engineering Dr. P.L.J. Zitha(P.L.J.Zitha@tudelft.nl) Prof. P.K. Currie(P.K.Currie@tudelft.nl) G.M. Sigon(G.M.Sigon@tudelft.nl) 2 3

ECTS: 4

Exam Period

3 5

Education Method

Lectures, exercises, computer simulations, laboratory experiments and site visits.

Literature and Study Lecture notes Materials

AES1340 Responsible Instructor Education Period Exam Period Expected prior knowledge Education Method

Applied Reservoir Engineering & Simulation, part I Prof. W.R. Rossen(W.R.Rossen@tudelft.nl) 4 Different, to be announced Partial differential equations, Rock and Fluid Interaction. Lectures, homework exercises and computer exercises.

ECTS: 2

Literature and Study Lecture notes, papers and information provided on Blackboard. Materials Recommended: Mattax & Dalton, SPE Monograph Volume 13

Reference literature Various SPE papers (available via Blackboard) Mattax & Dalton, SPE Monograph Volume 13. Judgement Examination: Based on exercises and a written examination Credits: Part 1: 2 ECTS & Part 2: 2 ECTS

AES1350 Responsible Instructor Education Period

Applied Reservoir Engineering & Simulation, part II Prof. W.R. Rossen(W.R.Rossen@tudelft.nl) 4

ECTS: 2

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Exam Period Expected prior knowledge Education Method

Different, to be announced Partial differential equations, Rock and Fluid Interaction Lectures, homework exercises and computer exercises

Literature and Study Lecture notes, papers and information provided on Blackboard. Materials Recommended: Mattax & Dalton, SPE Monograph Volume 13

Reference literature Various SPE papers (available via Blackboard) Mattax & Dalton, SPE Monograph Volume 13. Judgement Examination: Based on exercises and an oral or written examination as announced by instructor at start of course. Credits: Part 1: 2 ECTS & Part 2: 2 ECTS

AES1360 Responsible Instructor Contact Hours / Week x/x/x/x Education Period Exam Period

Production Optimisation Dr.ir. J.D. Jansen(J.D.Jansen@tudelft.nl)

ECTS: 3

4 4 5

Expected prior knowledge

AES1300 Properties of hydrocarbons and oileld uids AES1330 Drilling and production engineering Basic knowledge of physical transport phenomena Basic knowledge of ordinary differential equations Basic skills in Matlab programming Lectures and computer practicals

Education Method

Literature and Study Printed lecture notes via Blackboard. Materials Recommended additional reading: Brill & Mukherjee Multiphase Flow in Wells, SPE Monograph Vol 17, SPE, 1999.

AES1490 Responsible Instructor Education Period Exam Period

System Analysis Dr.ir. J.D. Jansen(J.D.Jansen@tudelft.nl) 2 2

ECTS: 2

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Expected prior knowledge

To successfully complete this course you are supposed to start with at least a basic knowledge of mathematics and reservoir engineering. The mathematical prerequisites concern differential equations, linear algebra, numerical analysis and statistics. Some of this material will be recapitulated in these lecture notes, but if you are unfamiliar with the basics it will be necessary to refer to a good textbook. Some textbooks are mentioned in these notes, but their choice is based on the somewhat arbitrary experience by the author, and many other good texts are available. For the reservoir engineering background it is expected that you have successfully completed the courses AES3110/1320 (Rock-uid interaction) and AES1340/1350 (Reservoir engineering and simulation). In particular for the reservoir simulation aspects we will frequently refer to the textbook of Aziz and Settari (1979). Lectures, discussions, reading exercises, Matlab exercises

Education Method

AES1500 Responsible Instructor Instructor Education Period Exam Period

Fundamentals of Borehole Logging Dr.ir. D.M.J. Smeulders(D.M.J.Smeulders@tudelft.nl) Dr. C.J. de Pater(C.J.dePater@tudelft.nl) 3 3 4

ECTS: 4

Education Method

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Literature and Study Lecture notes Materials

AES1510 Responsible Instructor Education Period Exam Period

Geologic Interpretation of Seismic Data Prof.dr.ir. R.J. Arts(R.J.Arts@tudelft.nl) 2 2 4

ECTS: 3

Expected prior knowledge Education Method

TA3520 Block of lectures and practicals: Lectures and practical exercises are given interchangeably.

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Literature and Study Lecture notes, handouts. Materials Judgement The exam will be taken twice a year. The students understanding of all practical aspects of seismic interpretation is tested as well as the overview of the different types of interpretation tools, and their role in the whole sequence of data processing, reservoir exploration, exploitation and management. Attendance at the lectures and practicals is compulsory. Students are not allowed to participate in the exam if more than a single practical session is missed.

AES1520-02 Responsible Instructor Education Period Exam Period

Log Evaluation Dr. C.J. de Pater(C.J.dePater@tudelft.nl) 3 3 4

ECTS: 2

Expected prior knowledge Education Method

AES1300, AES1310, AES1500 Lectures and (computer) exercises

Literature and Study Course notes and literature delivered by the lecturer during the Materials course Reference literature Lecture notes and Blackboard Pages of TA3500 Schlumberger handbooks Remarks The lecturer is thinking of a test at the beginning of the course. This is to be sure that at the start the knowledge of TA3500 is satisfactory. Examination: For the time being a practical test at the entrance and a test at the end of the course.

AES1540-06 Responsible Instructor Contact Hours / Week x/x/x/x Education Period Exam Period Education Method

Elektromagnetic Exploration Methods Dr.ir. E.C. Slob(E.C.Slob@tudelft.nl) 0/4/0/0 2 Different, to be announced 7 lectures are given of 4 hours each.

ECTS: 4

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AES1560 Responsible Instructor Contact Hours / Week x/x/x/x Education Period Exam Period

Advanced Reection Seismology and Seismic Imaging Prof.dr.ir. C.P.A. Wapenaar(C.P.A.Wapenaar@tudelft.nl)

ECTS: 6

1 Different, to be announced

AES1602 Responsible Instructor Instructor

Engineering Geological Fieldwork Dr. J.E.A. Storms(J.E.A.Storms@tudelft.nl) A. Mulder(Arno.Mulder@tudelft.nl) Dr.ir. D.J.M. Ngan-Tillard(D.J.M.Ngan-Tillard@tudelft.nl) Ing. W. Verwaal(W.Verwaal@tudelft.nl)

ECTS: 11

Education Period Exam Period Expected prior knowledge

4 Different, to be announced Geological Fieldwork, Site characterisation and testing (CT5320), Engineering geology of soils and rocks (AES1630), GIS for engineering geology (AES1710), Rock mechanics applications (AES1720), Soil mechanics applications (AES1730) Project

Education Method

Literature and Study Manual eldwork procedures Materials Judgement <>

AES1630 Responsible Instructor Instructor

Engineering Properties of Soils & Rocks Dr.ir. D.J.M. Ngan-Tillard(D.J.M.Ngan-Tillard@tudelft.nl) Dr. J.E.A. Storms(J.E.A.Storms@tudelft.nl) Dr. R.M. Hoogendoorn(R.M.Hoogendoorn@tudelft.nl)

ECTS: 4

Education Period Exam Period Expected prior knowledge

1 Different, to be announced Geology for engineers

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Education Method

Lectures, worksheet practicals The course will be run as 2 blocks, each comprising 5 days of tuition based broadly on three hours of lectures each morning and three hours of lectures and/or practicals each afternoon. The 2 blocks are as follows: 1 Soils: Engineering geology of soils and sediments 2 Rocks: Engineering geology of rocks: igneous, metamorphic and sedimentary

Literature and Study AES1630 lecture notes available on Blackboard Materials TEXTBOOKS Bell, F.G., 2000. Engineering Properties of Soils and Rocks. Blackwell Science (4th edition), 482 pp. Fookes, P.G., Lee, E.M. & Milligan, G., 2005. Geomorphology for Engineers. Whittles Publishing, 851 pp. PERIODICALS Fookes, P.G., 1997. The First Glossop Lecture. Geology for Engineers: the Geological Model, Prediction and Performance. Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology, 30, 293-431. [http://fbe. uwe.ac.uk/public/geocal/scripts/totalgeology/home.plx] The following are the principal periodicals in the eld of Engineering Geology, and should be regularly consulted: Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology & Hydrogeology Geological Society of London Engineering Geology Elsevier

AES1640 Responsible Instructor Instructor

Environmental Geotechnics Dr. J. Bruining(J.Bruining@tudelft.nl) Dr.ir. G.A.M. van Meurs(G.A.M.vanMeurs@tudelft.nl) Dr.ir. T.J. Heimovaara(T.J.Heimovaara@tudelft.nl)

ECTS: 3

Education Period Exam Period Expected prior knowledge Education Method

2 Different, to be announced Transport phenomena, basic knowledge of organic and anorganic chemistry, basic knowledge of geohydrology and partial differential equations. During a time period of 7 weeks, a lecture is given of 4 hours a week. Presence of the lecture and regular study of the contents form the basis for a successful exam.

Literature and Study Lecture notes and handouts (cases) Materials

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AES1650-07 Education Period

Shallow Depth Geophysics 2 4

ECTS: 6

Exam Period

Different, to be announced

AES1650-07 D1 Responsible Instructor Instructor

Part 1 Shallow depth geophysics- theory Dr.ir. D.J.M. Ngan-Tillard(D.J.M.Ngan-Tillard@tudelft.nl) Dr. R. Ghose(R.Ghose@tudelft.nl) Dr.ir. E.C. Slob(E.C.Slob@tudelft.nl) Dr.ir. G.G. Drijkoningen(G.G.Drijkoningen@tudelft.nl) Dr.ir. M. Snellen(M.Snellen@tudelft.nl)

ECTS: 4

Education Period Exam Period

2 2 3

Expected prior knowledge

Contents of TA3520 Introduction seismics are required before AES1650 can be taken. TA3520 is offered as a convergence MSc course. To be able to follow TA3520 and the subsequent geophysics courses, knowledge on Systems and signals (Fourier analysis) is required. Lectures and exercises

Education Method

Literature and Study Lecture notes (see BB) Materials

AES1650-07 D2 Responsible Instructor Instructor

Part 2 Shallow Depth Geophysics- eldwork Dr.ir. D.J.M. Ngan-Tillard(D.J.M.Ngan-Tillard@tudelft.nl) Dr. R. Ghose(R.Ghose@tudelft.nl) Dr.ir. E.C. Slob(E.C.Slob@tudelft.nl)

ECTS: 2

Education Period Exam Period Expected prior knowledge

4 Different, to be announced AES1650-07 D1

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Education Method Literature and Study Materials

Lectures given by industrial partners and eldwork hand-outs

AES1660 Responsible Instructor

Subsidence R. Bekendam(geocontrol@planet.nl) R.F. Bekendam(R.F.Bekendam@citg.tudelft.nl)

ECTS: 2

Education Period Exam Period

2 2 5

Expected prior knowledge

Basic knowledge is required of rock mechanics, engineering geology and site investigation. The students should also have the ability to make neat drawings, spreadsheets and reports. The course will be given as a series of lectures in combination with excercises. The students must carry out the excercises of the practical independently.

Education Method

Literature and Study Lecture notes Subsidence and handouts, Blackboard. Materials

AES1700-1 Responsible Instructor Instructor Education Period Exam Period Expected prior knowledge Education Method

Professional Practice in Engineering Geology Dr.ir. D.J.M. Ngan-Tillard(D.J.M.Ngan-Tillard@tudelft.nl) Ir. J.S. van der Schrier(J.S.vanderSchrier@tudelft.nl) 4 Different, to be announced

ECTS: 1

Contents of Engineering geology of soils and rocks (AES1630), Site characterisation and testing (CT5320), Rock mechanics (AES1720), and Soil mechanics applications (AES1730) During the rst part of teh course (AES1700-1), guidelines for interpreting remotely sensed data and preparing professional documents (letters, reports, Powerpoint) are provided (6 hours in total). A rst case is studied. Other cases are presented during the 2nd part of the course (AES1700-2). 6 contact hours per case are scheduled during which the case is introduced, support is provided, results are presented and feedback is given. In addition, the students are expected to invest 10 hours per case.

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AES1700-2 Responsible Instructor Instructor Education Period Exam Period Expected prior knowledge Education Method

Professional Practice in Engineering Geology Dr.ir. D.J.M. Ngan-Tillard(D.J.M.Ngan-Tillard@tudelft.nl) Ir. J.S. van der Schrier(J.S.vanderSchrier@tudelft.nl) 1 Different, to be announced

ECTS: 2

Contents of Engineering geology of soils and rocks (AES1630), Site characterisation and testing (CT5320), Rock mechanics (AES1720), and Soil mechanics applications (AES1730) Lectures, individual projects. During the rst part of the course (AES1700-1), guidelines for interpreting remotely sensed data and preparing professional documents (letters, reports, Powerpoint) are provided (6 hours in total). A rst case is studied. Other cases are presented during the 2nd part of the course (AES1700-2). 6 contact hours per case are scheduled during which the case is introduced, support is provided, results are presented and feedback is given. In addition, the students are expected to invest 10 hours per case.

AES1710 Responsible Instructor Instructor Education Period Exam Period Education Method

GIS Applications in Engineering Geology Dr. R.M. Hoogendoorn(R.M.Hoogendoorn@tudelft.nl) M.S. Rosenbaum(M.S.Rosenbaum@tudelft.nl) 3 Different, to be announced

ECTS: 3

Lectures, worksheet practicals. The course will be run as 3 blocks, each comprising about 3-4 mornings of tuition based on two one hour lectures followed by a 2-3 hour hands-on worksheet using GIS software on a PC. The 3 blocks are as follows: 1. Geohazards: General principles of engineering geology in the context of hazard identication and mapping; management of spatial data 2. Spatial Analysis: Interpolation and geostatistics 3. Modelling and Decision Support: Probability and fuzzy sets; weights of evidence.

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Literature and Study Lecture notes available on Blackboard Materials Reference literature: Bonham-Carter, G.F., 1994. Geographic information systems for geoscientists. Elsevier, 398 pp. Burrough, P.A. & McDonnell, R.A., 1998. Principles of Geographical Information Systems, 2nd edition. Oxford University Press, 333 pp. Culshaw, M.G., 2005. From concept towards reality: developing the attributed 3D geological model of the shallow subsurface. Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology, 38 (3), 231-284. Fookes, P.G., 1997. The First Glossop Lecture. Geology for Engineers: the Geological Model, Prediction and Performance. Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology, 30, 293-431. [http://fbe. uwe.ac.uk/public/geocal/scripts/totalgeology/home.plx] Grifths, J.S., 2001. Land surface evaluation for engineering practice. Geological Society Engineering Geology Special Publication No.18, 248 pp. Isaaks, E.H. & Srivastava, R.M., 1989. Applied geostatistics. Oxford University Press, 561 pp. Lee, E.M. & Jones, D.K.C., 2004. Landslide risk assessment. Thomas Telford, 454 pp.

AES1720 Responsible Instructor Education Period Exam Period

Rock Mechanics Applications Dr.ir. D.J.M. Ngan-Tillard(D.J.M.Ngan-Tillard@tudelft.nl) 3 3 5

ECTS: 4

Education Method

Lectures, guess lectures, exercises, laboratory tests, case studies, 3 days eldwork

Literature and Study Book Introduction to rock mechanics, Goodman, 2nd edition, handMaterials outs. Reference literature: Practical Rock Engineering, Hoek, edition 2000 (http://www. rocscience.com/hoek/PracticalRockEngineering.asp) Engineering Rock Mechanics, John Harrison and John Hudson - An introduction to Principles, 1997 - Illustrative worked Examples, 2000

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AES1730 Responsible Instructor Instructor Education Period Exam Period Education Method

Soil Mechanics Applications Prof.dr.ir. F.B.J. Barends(F.B.J.Barends@tudelft.nl) Dr.ir. E.J. den Haan(E.J.denHaan@tudelft.nl) 1 Different, to be announced

ECTS: 3

3 practicals (laboratory and test data interpretation) of 3 hours each and 19 hours lectures and exercises.

Literature and Study - Hand-outs Introduction to Geo-Engineering by Frans Barends Materials - Soil tests manual - Soil mechanics by A. Verruijt, 2001 All available in digital format on blackboard.

AES1800 Responsible Instructor Instructor Education Period Exam Period Expected prior knowledge Education Method

Exploration Geology (including Remote Sensing) Dr. G.J. Weltje(G.J.Weltje@tudelft.nl) Dr. W Visser(w.visser@citg.tudelft.nl) 2 Different, to be announced BSc in Applied Earth Sciences or similar BSc + AES1000 Lectures and assignments

ECTS: 3

Literature and Study Handouts Materials Reference literature J. Gluyas & R. Swarbrick, 2004. Petroleum Geoscience. E.A. Beaumont & N.H. Foster (Eds), 1999, Exploring for oil and gas traps. P.A. Allen & J.R. Allen: Basin Analysis ~ Principles and Applications Remarks Guest lectures on Remote Sensing Tools and Applications for Exploration and Exploration Economics will be part of the program.

AES1802 Responsible Instructor Instructor Contact Hours / Week x/x/x/x

Geological Fieldwork (+ EM Methods) Drs. J.C. Blom(J.C.Blom@tudelft.nl) H.W. Frikken(hwfrikken@tiscali.nl) Fieldwork

ECTS: 3

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Education Period Exam Period Expected prior knowledge Education Method

4 none TA2910, TA2911, TA2920, TA2921, TA3942, TA3610, AES1810, AES1820 Excursion The outcrops to be studied are in quarries, and for each outcrop a comprehensive programme of assignments is set up. This includes a description of the sedimentological setting, characterization of permeability bafes and conduits and the design of optimal well trajectories. The participants will write a short eld course report about all these assignments (learning points only). Prior to the course the participants will carry out a literature study and write a summary report about this literature.

Literature and Study Excursion guidebook will be handed out. Materials

AES1810 Responsible Instructor Practical Coordinator

Production Geology Prof.dr. S.M. Luthi(S.M.Luthi@tudelft.nl) A. Moscariello(A.Moscariello@tudelft.nl) Dipl.ing. W. Athmer(W.Athmer@tudelft.nl)

ECTS: 3

Education Period Exam Period

3 3 4

Expected prior knowledge Education Method

Courses in geology, geophysics, reservoir and production engineering, petroleum geology The course includes 14 hours of lectures and 7 afternoon practicals. Written examination of 3 hours duration. Performance during practicals is taken into account for the nal grade.

Literature and Study All presentations are on Blackboard. Materials Reference literature Petroleum Geoscience by J. Gluyas and R. Swarbrick, Blackwell Publishing, 359 p. (This book is also the reference literature for the course AES1820/ta4560)

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AES1820 Responsible Instructor Practical Coordinator Education Period Exam Period Expected prior knowledge Education Method

Reservoir Characterisation & Development Prof.dr. S.M. Luthi(S.M.Luthi@tudelft.nl) Drs. G. de Jager(G.deJager@tudelft.nl) 4 4

ECTS: 3

Courses in geology, reservoir and production engineering; petroleum and production geology. The course includes 14 hours of lectures and 7 afternoon practicals. An self-study assignment is also done.

Literature and Study All lecture presentations are available on Blackboard. Materials Reference literature: Book: Petroleum Geoscience by J. Gluyas and R. Swarbrick, Blackwell Publishing, 359 p. (this book is also used in courses AES1800 and AES1810) Reference literature Book: Petroleum Geoscience by J. Gluyas and R. Swarbrick, Blackwell Publishing, 359 p. (this book is also used in courses AES1800 and AES1810) Judgement Examination: Written examination of 3 hours duration. Performance during practicals and of the assignment is taken into account for the nal grade.

AES1830 Responsible Instructor Education Period Exam Period Expected prior knowledge Education Method

Reservoir Sedimentology Dr. M.E. Donselaar(M.E.Donselaar@citg.tudelft.nl) 2 Different, to be announced

ECTS: 3

BSc course (= convergence course) Applied Sedimentology TA2910 The course is given as a tutorial. The students study selected papers on the different aspects of the subject. In regular sessions the contents of the studied material will be discussed. The students write an essay on each of the topics (modules, see below) of the literature study. At the end of the course a two days visit is planned to NAM in Assen, where selected cores of a producing uvial reservoir will be studied. The literature is subdivided in the following modules: 1. Fluvial sedimentology 2. Fluvial sequence stratigraphy 3. Fluvial reservoirs.

Literature and Study Literature will be posted on Blackboard course site Materials

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AES1840 Responsible Instructor Education Period Exam Period Expected prior knowledge Education Method

Advanced Structural Geology Drs. J.C. Blom(J.C.Blom@tudelft.nl) 3 Different, to be announced General/ structural geology

ECTS: 3

The course includes lectures, presentations given by the students and an excursion

Literature and Study presentations will be available on Blackboard. Materials Reference literature Will be announced during the course

AES1850 Responsible Instructor Instructor Education Period Exam Period Expected prior knowledge Education Method

Geological Modelling Dr. G.J. Weltje(G.J.Weltje@tudelft.nl) Dr.ir. I. Overeem(I.Overeem@tudelft.nl) 3 Different, to be announced Courses 1st year MSc RG, PE or AG lectures, computer practicals and assignments.

ECTS: 4

Literature and Study handouts Materials

AES1860-05 Responsible Instructor Education Period Exam Period Expected prior knowledge Education Method

Analysis of Sedimentological Data Dr. G.J. Weltje(G.J.Weltje@tudelft.nl) 1 Different, to be announced Sedimentary geology at introductory level Lectures and practicals (including visit to core lab)

ECTS: 3

Literature and Study To be announced Materials

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AES1870 Responsible Instructor Education Period Exam Period

Sequence Stratigraphy Prof.dr. S.B. Kroonenberg(S.B.Kroonenberg@tudelft.nl) 2 2 4

ECTS: 2

Expected prior knowledge Education Method

BSc Applied Earth Sciences or equivalent 2 lectures a week during one trimester

Literature and Study Book Sequence Stratigraphy, by D. Emery and K.J. Myers (1996, Materials Blackwell, ISBN 0-632-03706-7, 297 pp.); lecture notes

AES1902 Responsible Instructor Contact Hours / Week x/x/x/x Education Period Exam Period Expected prior knowledge Education Method

Reservoir Geological Fieldwork (Huesca) Dr. M.E. Donselaar(M.E.Donselaar@citg.tudelft.nl) Fieldwork 4 none to be announced Project

ECTS: 6

Literature and Study Relevant literature will be handed out. Materials Remarks Veldwerk met inleidende colleges. Het veldwerk vindt plaats gedurende drie weken in de provincie Huesca, Spanje, ten zuiden van de gelijknamige provinciehoofdstad. Er wordt in teamverband gewerkt om een complete data set op te nemen bestaande uit sedimentologische, spectrale gamma-ray- en permeabiliteits-logs. De data dienen in het veld gecorreleerd te worden. Aan het eind van het veldwerk wordt een voorlopig verslag ingediend. In de week aansluitend op het veldwerk wordt dit verslag in Delft nagekeken. Bespreking vindt plaats in de week daaropvolgend, en op basis hiervan wordt het denitieve verslag geproduceerd. De deadline voor inlevering van dit denitieve verslag is 1 september van hetzelfde jaar.

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AES2005 Responsible Instructor Education Period Exam Period Expected prior knowledge Education Method

Colloquium Ir. J.J. de Ruiter(J.J.deRuiter@tudelft.nl) None (Self Study) none Knowledge gained througout the years. Project

ECTS: 1

Literature and Study <> Materials Remarks Judgement See Graduation Phase Rulings (part of the Courseand examination regulations Masters degree) Examination: The grade for this exam is based on both theperformance of the presentation and during the defence in the closed session. The graduation committee will give an advice about the grade but the professor will dene the denite grade.

AES2006 Responsible Instructor Education Period Exam Period

Graduation Thesis Ir. J.J. de Ruiter(J.J.deRuiter@tudelft.nl) None (Self Study) 4 none

ECTS: 44

Expected prior knowledge Education Method

The 2nd year programme has tobe completed in before the student can work on the graduation thesis Project

Literature and Study To be selected in consultation with the thesis supervisor. Materials Remarks The 2nd year programme has to be completed in before the student can work on the graduation thesis.

STUDY G U I D E MS C 2 0 0 7 / 2 0 0 8

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AES2009 Responsible Instructor Instructor

Field Development Project Prof. P.K. Currie(P.K.Currie@tudelft.nl) Dr. J. Noad(J.noad@citg.tudelft.nl) Drs. K.H.A.A. Wolf(K.H.A.A.Wolf@tudelft.nl)

ECTS: 9

Education Period Exam Period Expected prior knowledge Education Method

1 none AES1500, AES1510, AES1340 (ta4430) Project, working in teams

Literature and Study Handouts and lecture notes of previous courses and Reference Materials literature

AES2706 Responsible Instructor Education Period Exam Period Education Method

Graduation Thesis Engineering Geology Dr.ir. D.J.M. Ngan-Tillard(D.J.M.Ngan-Tillard@tudelft.nl) None (Self Study) none

ECTS: 41

Independent research work, regular progress meetings with supervisors, project presentations to fellow students and staff.

CT3300 Responsible Instructor Instructor Education Period Exam Period

Use of Underground Space Prof.ir. J.W. Bosch(J.W.Bosch@tudelft.nl) Ir. G. Arends(G.Arends@tudelft.nl) 3 3 5

ECTS: 3

Education Method

Lectures. Excursion.

Literature and Study Underground Space Technology, available at Bookshop. Materials Hand outs available at Black Board.

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CT3350 Responsible Instructor

Soil Structures and Retaining Structures Ir. J.P. Oostveen(J.P.Oostveen@tudelft.nl) Prof.ir. A.F. van Tol(A.F.vanTol@tudelft.nl)

ECTS: 4

Education Period Exam Period

3 3 5

Education Method

lectures exercise

Literature and Study obligatory lecturenote(s)/textbook(s): Materials CUR 162 Building on soft soils, available at Civieltechnisch Centrum Uitvoering Research en Regelgeving: P.O.Box 420, 2800 AK Gouda (NL) CUR 166 Damwandconstructies, available at Civieltechnisch Centrum Uitvoering Research en Regelgeving: P.O.Box 420, 2800 AK Gouda (NL) Copy of CUR 162 Copy of CUR 166 Available at BookShop Civil Engineering. lecture notes

Available at the Blackboard website. recommended other materials: The use of geotechnical software of GeoDelft

CT4130 Responsible Instructor Instructor

Probabilistic Design Ir. M.A. Burgmeijer(M.A.Burgmeijer@tudelft.nl) Dr.ir. P.H.A.J.M. van Gelder(P.H.A.J.M.vanGelder@tudelft.nl) Prof.drs.ir. J.K. Vrijling(J.K.Vrijling@tudelft.nl)

ECTS: 4

Prof.ir. A.C.W.M. Vrouwenvelder(A.C.W.M.Vrouwenvelder@tudelft.nl) Contact Hours / Week x/x/x/x Education Period 2/4/0/0 1

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2 Exam Period 2 4 Education Method Lectures, Excercise, participation is voluntary. One point bonus for exam, when excercise is passed sufciently.

Literature and Study obligatory lecturenote(s)/textbook(s): Materials Probabilistic Design Available at BookShop Civil Engineering. recommended other materials: Tentamenbundel Available at BookShop Civil Engineering, also on blackboard. Judgement one mark, based on written exam and a voluntary excercise. One point bonus for exam, when excercise is passed sufciently. This bonus is valid for one year.

CT4350 Responsible Instructor Education Period Exam Period

Numerical Soil Mechanics Prof.dr.ir. F. Molenkamp(F.Molenkamp@tudelft.nl) 3 3 5

ECTS: 4

Education Method

lectures case study exercise instruction

Literature and Study syllabus: Materials Available at the rst lecture. obligatory lecturenote(s)/textbook(s): Lecture notes by prof.dr.ir. A. Verruijt on Numerical Geomechanics Available at BookShop Civil Engineering. Course book by I.M. Smith, D.V. Grifths, Programming the nite element method, 3rd edition, John Wiley & Sons (1998), ISBN: 0-471-96543-X available at: VSSD, Poortlandplein 6 te Delft

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CT4353 Responsible Instructor Contact Hours / Week x/x/x/x Education Period

Continuum Mechanics Prof.dr.ir. F. Molenkamp(F.Molenkamp@tudelft.nl) 4/4/0/0 1 2

ECTS: 6

Exam Period

1 2

Education Method

Lectures, exercise

Literature and Study Eglit, M.E., Hodges, D.H., Continuum Mechanics via problems and Materials exercises, Part 1: Theory and Problems, World Scientic Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd, 1996, ISBN: 981-02-2962-3. Part 2: Answer and Solutions, World Scientic Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd, 1996, ISBN: 98102-2963-1. Haupt, P., Continuum Mechanics and theory of materials, SpringerVerlag, 2000, ISBN: 3-540-66114-x. Judgement Final mark consists 70% of mark of examination and 30% of mark of assignments

CT4360 Responsible Instructor Contact Hours / Week x/x/x/x Education Period

Material Models for Soil and Rocks Dr.ir. R.B.J. Brinkgreve(R.B.J.Brinkgreve@tudelft.nl) 0/4/2/0 2 3

ECTS: 4

Exam Period Expected prior knowledge Search Items Education Method

3 BSc courses on Grondmechanica (Soil Mechanics) and Toegepaste Mechanica (Applied Mechanics) Constitutive Models, Soil, Rock, Parameter Selection, Finite Element Method - Lectures - Assignments (exercises, as a part of the exam)

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Literature and Study Obligatory lecturenote(s)/textbook(s): Materials Sitters C.W.M. (1996). Material Models for Soil and Rock. Available at BookShop Civil Engineering. recommended other materials: - Sitters C.W.M. (1996). Continuum Mechanics. - Molenkamp, F. (2003). Continuum mechanics (see Blackboard). (Available at BookShop Civil Engineering) - Brinkgreve R.B.J. (1994) Geomaterial Models and Numerical Analysis of Softening. Dissertation. Delft University of Technology. - Brinkgreve R.B.J., Broere, W. (2004) PLAXIS Finite Element Code for Soil and Rock Analysis, Version 8 (available atwww.plaxis.nl). Judgement Average mark from assignments and test.

CT4380 Responsible Instructor Contact Hours / Week x/x/x/x Education Period Exam Period

Numerical Modelling of Geotechnical Problems Dr.ir. O.M. Heeres(O.M.Heeres@tudelft.nl) 4/0/0/0 1 1 2

ECTS: 3

Education Method

Lectures

Literature and Study Reader and hand-outs Materials

CT4390 Responsible Instructor Instructor

Geo Risk Management Prof.ir. A.F. van Tol(A.F.vanTol@tudelft.nl) M. van der Meer(M.vanderMeer@tudelft.nl) Prof.ir. J.W. Bosch(J.W.Bosch@tudelft.nl)

ECTS: 3

Contact Hours / Week x/x/x/x Education Period Exam Period

0/0/4/0 3 3 5

Education Method

lectures

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Literature and Study syllabus: Geo Risk Management. Materials required lecture note(s)/textbook(s): - Uncertainty and Ground Conditions - A Risk Management Approach (by Martin van Staveren, published by Elsevier, Oxford, 2006) available at: - Bookshop Civil Engineering. recommended materials: - Risicomanagement voor Projecten - De RISMAN-Methode Toegepast (by D. van Well-Stam, F. Lindenaar, S. van Kinderen and B.P. van den Bunt, published by Het Spectrum, Utrecht, 2003) available at Bookshop Judgement One mark, based on written exam.

CT4420 Responsible Instructor Instructor Contact Hours / Week x/x/x/x Education Period Exam Period

Geohydrology 1 Dr.ir. T.N. Olsthoorn(T.N.Olsthoorn@citg.tudelft.nl) C. Maas(C.Maas@citg.tudelft.nl) 0/6/0/0 2 2 4

ECTS: 4

Education Method

lectures discussion exercise practical

Literature and Study obligatory lecturenote(s)/textbook(s): Materials collegedictaat Geohydrology I Available at BookShop Civil Engineering. obligatory other materials: English version Available at the section secretariat. recommended other materials: Foltes, CW ( ); Applied Hydrology Dufour, CF (2000); Groundwater in the Netherlands Available at BookShop Civil Engineering.

STUDY G U I D E MS C 2 0 0 7 / 2 0 0 8

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CT4780 Responsible Instructor Instructor Contact Hours / Week x/x/x/x Education Period Exam Period

Underground Space Technology, Special Topics Prof.ir. J.W. Bosch(J.W.Bosch@tudelft.nl) Ir. G. Arends(G.Arends@tudelft.nl) 0/0/0/4 4 4 5

ECTS: 4

Expected prior knowledge Education Method

Course CT 3300, Use of Underground Space Lectures, cases.

Literature and Study Lecture notes. Materials Handouts, available at Blackboard.

CT5142 Responsible Instructor Contact Hours / Week x/x/x/x Education Period Exam Period

Computational Methods in Non-linear Solid Mechanics Prof.dr.ir. L.J. Sluys(L.J.Sluys@tudelft.nl) 0/0/0/4 4 4 5

ECTS: 3

Education Method

lectures

Literature and Study syllabus: Materials Syllabus Available at BookShop Civil Engineering. obligatory lecturenote(s)/textbook(s): Dictate Computational methods in non-linear solid mechanics, R. de Borst and L.J. Sluys Available at BookShop Civil Engineering. Remarks Judgement Prerequisite Practical completed Examination mark is nal mark.

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CT5305 Responsible Instructor Instructor

Bored and Immersed Tunnels Dr.ir. K.J. Bakker(K.J.Bakker@citg.tudelft.nl) Ing. H.J. Everts(H.J.Everts@tudelft.nl) Prof.drs.ir. J.K. Vrijling(J.K.Vrijling@tudelft.nl) Prof.ir. A.F. van Tol(A.F.vanTol@tudelft.nl)

ECTS: 4

Contact Hours / Week x/x/x/x Education Period Exam Period

0/0/0/4 4 4 5

Expected prior knowledge Education Method

CT5305 uses CT3320 CT5305 uses CT5330 Lectures with illustrations (video, numerical examples). An excursion to tunnelling projects, exercise in groups of four students to evaluate a tunnel project and in addition to that to make a design for a tunnel; location, track, construction and structural design.

Literature and Study Lecture notes: Bored and Immersed tunnels Materials Available at BookShop Civil Engineering. Handouts, The exercise on the case study is handed out during one of the lecture hours. Remarks Design and construction of tunnels for trafc. Functional requirements, determination of boundary conditions, spatial and structional design and construction aspects of bored and immerse tunnel. One mark, based on design exercise and oral exam

Judgement

CT5320 Responsible Instructor Instructor

Site Characterisation, Testing and Physical Model Dr.ir. D.J.M. Ngan-Tillard(D.J.M.Ngan-Tillard@tudelft.nl) A. Hommels(A.Hommels@tudelft.nl) A. Mulder(Arno.Mulder@tudelft.nl) Dr.ir. W. Broere(W.Broere@tudelft.nl) Ing. W. Verwaal(W.Verwaal@tudelft.nl)

ECTS: 6

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J.J. de Visser(J.J.deVisser@tudelft.nl) Education Period 1 2 Exam Period Education Method 1 A combination of lectures, readings and practicals (eld and lab work and simulation exercises) is proposed. A schedule concerning subjects, dates, places and lecturers is handed out at the beginning of the course.

Literature and Study lecture notes of CT5320. For next year there will be a book, printed Materials by Elsevier.

CT5330 Responsible Instructor Instructor Contact Hours / Week x/x/x/x Education Period Exam Period

Foundation and Construction Prof.ir. A.F. van Tol(A.F.vanTol@tudelft.nl) Ing. H.J. Everts(H.J.Everts@tudelft.nl) 0/0/0/4 and 3x3 hrs practical 4 4 5

ECTS: 4

Expected prior knowledge Education Method

CT5330 uses CT5331 lectures instruction case study

Literature and Study syllabus: Materials CT5330 Foundation Engineering and Underground Construction CT5740 Trenchless Technology Available at BookShop Civil Engineering. obligatory lecturenote(s)/textbook(s): Lecture notes

Available at the Blackboard website.

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Remarks

Summary The main topics of the course deal with the interaction between soil and structure in tunneling, foundations and deep excavations. The content of the lectures will be practised in a realistic case concerning the design of a building pit and the prediction of the effects on neighbouring structures. It is possible to combine this course with the course submerged tunnels (CT5305). In that case the number of ECTS will be 8.

CT5350 Responsible Instructor Contact Hours / Week x/x/x/x Education Period Exam Period

Design and Construction by Geo-Synthetics in Civil and Marine Engineering Ir. J.P. Oostveen(J.P.Oostveen@tudelft.nl) 0/0/0/1 whole day a week 4 4 5

ECTS: 4

Education Method

oral lectures, case study or literature study

Literature and Study lecture notes Materials literature

CT5740 Responsible Instructor Instructor Contact Hours / Week x/x/x/x Education Period Exam Period

Trenchless Technologies Dr.ir. W. Broere(W.Broere@tudelft.nl) Ir. G. Arends(G.Arends@tudelft.nl) 0/4/0/0 2 2 4

ECTS: 3

Education Method

lectures paper

Literature and Study obligatory lecturenote(s)/textbook(s): Materials Reader Trenchless Technology Available at TUD Civil Engineering Bookshop

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Remarks

Summary Multidisciplinary course for Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Applied Earth Sciences. The course covers the use of trenchless technologies (drilling, tunneling, and renovation techniques). These techniques are widely and more and more used by installation and renovation of tunnel-, pipe- and cable systems for the small infrastructure (oil, gas, water, sewerage). The course offers basic theoretical and practical knowledge of the techniques and used materials. Legal, administrative aspects and innovation will form an integral part of the course.

EMC-A/EI-00 Responsible Instructor Contact Hours / Week x/x/x/x Education Period Exam Period Expected prior knowledge Education Method

Environmental Issues Ir. J.J. de Ruiter(J.J.deRuiter@tudelft.nl)

ECTS: 3

2 2 General Mining, Legal Basics, Chemistry Lectures and Excersises

Literature and Study Handouts and sheets Materials

EMC-A/MV-04 Responsible Instructor Contact Hours / Week x/x/x/x Education Period Exam Period Expected prior knowledge Education Method

Mine Ventilation Ir. J.J. de Ruiter(J.J.deRuiter@tudelft.nl)

ECTS: 6

2 2 Thermodynamics, Physics, General Mining, empirical uid mechanics Lectures, Laboratory Group Work, Servey Project

Literature and Study Handouts / Slides Materials

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EMC-A/OP-05 Responsible Instructor Contact Hours / Week x/x/x/x Education Period Exam Period Expected prior knowledge Education Method

Open Pit Mining Ir. J.J. de Ruiter(J.J.deRuiter@tudelft.nl)

ECTS: 6

2 2 none Lectures, excercises and eld trips

Literature and Study Course material will be handed out Materials

EMC-D/AL-07 Responsible Instructor Contact Hours / Week x/x/x/x Education Period Exam Period Expected prior knowledge

Alluvial Mining and Marine Mining Ir. J.J. de Ruiter(J.J.deRuiter@tudelft.nl)

ECTS: 5

4 4 General knowledge of mechanical engineering, physical transport phenomena, physical separation technologies (gravity), geology, dryearth moving, mineral economics

Literature and Study Handouts on course topics together with copies of articles Materials highlighting these topics; copies of the presentations by the students Remarks The course will be lectured as an integrated course in the English language. The program has a logic structure covering all important aspects. In principle students should be present during all course days. Besides introductions by lecturer, a lot of videos will be used to explain certain topics in more detail. The course material will be lectured in an interactive way, inviting students to participate in discussions and preparing answers to raised questions. Elective course for AG, PE, RG and EG-students.

STUDY G U I D E MS C 2 0 0 7 / 2 0 0 8

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EMC-D/CS-07 Responsible Instructor Contact Hours / Week x/x/x/x Education Period Exam Period Expected prior knowledge

Case Study Ir. J.J. de Ruiter(J.J.deRuiter@tudelft.nl)

ECTS: 6

4 4 Course on mineral economics, feasibility studies

Literature and Study Handouts of typical details on feasibility studies, case history details, Materials general handbooks, equipment brochures etc.

EMC-D/IM-00 Responsible Instructor Contact Hours / Week x/x/x/x Education Period Exam Period

Industrial Minerals Ir. J.J. de Ruiter(J.J.deRuiter@tudelft.nl)

ECTS: 2

4 4

Literature and Study Course notes and references listed in course notes Materials

EMC-D/ME-06 Responsible Instructor Contact Hours / Week x/x/x/x Education Period Exam Period Expected prior knowledge

Mineral Economics Ir. J.J. de Ruiter(J.J.deRuiter@tudelft.nl)

ECTS: 2

4 4 General knowledge of chemistry, Raw materials technology

Literature and Study Course notes and references listed in course notes Materials Remarks Since industrial minerals are functional materials, the development of the necessary functionality by the correct choice of mineral or selection process route is of primary importance

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EMC-E/ED-07 Responsible Instructor Contact Hours / Week x/x/x/x Education Period Exam Period Education Method

Surface Excavation Design Ir. J.J. de Ruiter(J.J.deRuiter@tudelft.nl)

ECTS: 7.5

3 3 Lectures to provide concise notes on theory and application. Example classes to give practice in problem solving. Field classes to provide context and application of module material. Students must submit four assignments to deadline.

EMC-E/PA-07 Responsible Instructor Contact Hours / Week x/x/x/x Education Period Exam Period Education Method

Project Management, Finance and Appraisal Ir. J.J. de Ruiter(J.J.deRuiter@tudelft.nl)

ECTS: 7.5

3 3 Computer Workshops Approximately one hour each. CPA/ PERT, Load balancing with M/M/c model, Optimisation of the cost of pollution reduction measures, Decision analysis, Quantitative Assessment of Risk using Variance Reducing Techniques, Process Simulation.

EMC-H/AR Responsible Instructor Contact Hours / Week x/x/x/x Education Period Exam Period Expected prior knowledge Education Method

Applied Rock Mechanics for Hard Rock Mining Ir. J.J. de Ruiter(J.J.deRuiter@tudelft.nl)

ECTS: 3

1 1 General knowledge of rock mechanics Lectures. Computer use: Stability analysis, demonstrations on numerical methods

Literature and Study <> Materials

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Remarks

Laboratory of Rock Engineering, Helsinki University of Technology HUT-code: Rak-32.317, HUT-credits: 2 Requirements: compulsory exercises and nal examination Language: English

EMC-H/EX Responsible Instructor Contact Hours / Week x/x/x/x Education Period Exam Period Education Method

Excursion Ir. J.J. de Ruiter(J.J.deRuiter@tudelft.nl)

ECTS: 3

1 1 <>

Literature and Study Material obtained from the mines Materials Remarks HUT-code: Rak-32.113 HUT-credits: 2

EMC-H/MA-04 Responsible Instructor Contact Hours / Week x/x/x/x Education Period Exam Period Expected prior knowledge Education Method

Automation and Maintenance of Mining Equipment Ir. J.J. de Ruiter(J.J.deRuiter@tudelft.nl)

ECTS: 3

1 1 none Lectures.

Literature and Study Lecture notes, articles from jounals and magazines dealing with Materials maintenance and automation Remarks Requirements: compulsory exercise and nal examination HUT-code: Rak-32.253, HUT-credits: 2

EMC-H/ME-00 Responsible Instructor Contact Hours / Week x/x/x/x

Mining Technology and Economics Ir. J.J. de Ruiter(J.J.deRuiter@tudelft.nl)

ECTS: 3

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Education Period Exam Period Expected prior knowledge Education Method

1 1 General knowledge of ore reserve evaluation, mining engineering and economics Lectures. Computer use: Demonstrations, calculations with spreadsheets.

Literature and Study lecture notes Materials Remarks Helsinki code: Rak-32.341 Helsinki credits: 2 Requirements: compulsory exercises and nal examination

EMC-H/MM Responsible Instructor Contact Hours / Week x/x/x/x Education Period Exam Period Expected prior knowledge Education Method

Numerical Mine Modelling Ir. J.J. de Ruiter(J.J.deRuiter@tudelft.nl)

ECTS: 3

1 1 Applied Rock Mechanics for Hard Rock Mining Demonstrations and practical work: rock mechanics, mine design and geological modeling

Literature and Study Lecture notes Materials Remarks Helsinki code: Rak-32.321 Helsinki credits: 2

EMEC-A/RM-06 Responsible Instructor Education Period Exam Period Education Method

Recycling Metallurgy Ir. J.J. de Ruiter(J.J.deRuiter@tudelft.nl) 3 3

ECTS: 7

Short lectures (10%) and practical courses (90%) in the IME laboratory

Literature and Study Scriptum will be delivered in the rst lectures. Materials Remarks Working clothes and shoes (no sport shoes or high heels) must be worn. Safte equipment (googles, jacket) will be provided.

STUDY G U I D E MS C 2 0 0 7 / 2 0 0 8

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EMEC-A/WP-06 Responsible Instructor Education Period Exam Period Expected prior knowledge Education Method

WEEE Recycling Ir. J.J. de Ruiter(J.J.deRuiter@tudelft.nl) 3 3

ECTS: 7

Basic knowledge of mechanical processing in recycling systems <>

Literature and Study Detailed lecture notes concerning scrap processing techniques Materials Remarks Chair of Processing and Recycling of Solid Waste Aachen University of Technology (RWTH) Wllnerstr. 2, 52062 Aachen

EMEC-D/HY-05 Responsible Instructor Education Period Exam Period Expected prior knowledge Education Method

Hydrometallurgy Ir. J.J. de Ruiter(J.J.deRuiter@tudelft.nl) 1 1

ECTS: 4

Basic university chemistry, thermodynamics, liquid/solid separation processes Lectures, industrial visits, assignments

Literature and Study Jackson E. Hydrometallurgical Extraction and Reclamation. Materials Habashi F. A Textbook of Hydrometallurgy. Yannopoulos J.C. The Extractive Metallurgy of Gold. Biswas A.K & Davenport W.G. Extractive Metallurgy of Copper.

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Industrial Minerals Ir. J.J. de Ruiter(J.J.deRuiter@tudelft.nl) 1 1 <>

ECTS: 2

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Mineral Economics Ir. J.J. de Ruiter(J.J.deRuiter@tudelft.nl) 1 <>

ECTS: 2

Literature and Study Lecture notes Materials

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Pyrometallurgy Dr. Y. Yang(Y.Yang@tudelft.nl) 1 1 <>

ECTS: 4

Literature and Study Compilation of review articles and book chapters of various sources. Materials Handout.

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Recycling Dr. P.C. Rem(P.C.Rem@tudelft.nl) Dr.ir. T.P.R. de Jong(T.P.R.deJong@tudelft.nl) 1 1 General raw materials technology. <>

ECTS: 4

Literature and Study Course notes and articles referenced in the course notes Materials

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Process Design & Equipment Selection Ir. J.J. de Ruiter(J.J.deRuiter@tudelft.nl) 2 2

ECTS: 7.5

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Physical Separation Technology Ir. J.J. de Ruiter(J.J.deRuiter@tudelft.nl) 2 2

ECTS: 7.5

EMEC-H/CE Responsible Instructor Education Period Exam Period

Chemical Engineering for EMEC Ir. J.J. de Ruiter(J.J.deRuiter@tudelft.nl) 4 4

ECTS: 4

Literature and Study Geankoplis: Transport Processes and separation Process Principles, 4. Materials p., Prentice Hall, 2003, as applicable.

EMEC-H/CS Responsible Instructor Education Period Exam Period Education Method

Project Work in Process Automation Ir. J.J. de Ruiter(J.J.deRuiter@tudelft.nl) 4 4 Lectures, Project work

ECTS: 3

Literature and Study Course notes distributed during lectures Materials

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Basics in Process Automation Ir. J.J. de Ruiter(J.J.deRuiter@tudelft.nl) 4 4 Project work.

ECTS: 4

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EMEC-H/PD-06 Responsible Instructor Education Period Exam Period

Plant Design Ir. J.J. de Ruiter(J.J.deRuiter@tudelft.nl) 4 4

ECTS: 4

TA3540 Verantwoordelijk Docent Docent Onderwijsperiode Tentamenperiode

Fields and Waves Dr. W.A. Mulder(W.A.Mulder@tudelft.nl) Dr.ir. E.C. Slob(E.C.Slob@tudelft.nl) 3 3 5

ECTS: 3

Voorkennis Onderwijsvorm Literatuur en studiemateriaal

Propedeuse en 2de jaar Hoorcollege 7 colleges van twee uur elk Lecture notes: A guided Tour of mathematical physics, by Roel Snieder, seehttp://blackboard.tudelft.nl/

WI4012ta Responsible Instructor Contact Hours / Week x/x/x/x Education Period Exam Period Education Method

Mathematics, Special Subjects M.B. van Gijzen(M.B.vanGijzen@tudelft.nl) x/x/x/x 2 Exam by appointment Lectures and computer assignment

ECTS: 4

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Philosophy, Technology Assessment and Ethics for CT Dr. L.M. Kamp(L.M.Kamp@tudelft.nl) 4 4 5

ECTS: 4

Education Method

lectures

Literature and Study - reader Philosophy, Technology Assessment and Ethics for Civil Materials Engineering

WM0916TA Education Period Exam Period Education Method

Special Topics Geotechnology and Sustainable Development 2 2

ECTS: 2

Lecture sequence. The student will have to attend all lectures and write an essay individually

Literature and Study Guest lectures sheets, and information from literature review, and Materials other sources of information needed to write a report

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Ezelsveldlaan 61 Mijnbouwstraat 120 Julianalaan 67 Poortlandplein 6 Julianalaan 132-134 Zuidplantsoen 2 Zuidplantsoen 6 Julianalaan 136 Prins Bernhardlaan 6 iWEB Mekelweg 5 Prometheusplein 1 Lorentzweg 1 Stevinweg 1 Berlageweg 1 Van Mourik Broekmanweg 6 Jaffalaan 9 Jaffalaan 5 Landbergstraat 15 Landbergstraat 19 Mekelweg 2

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