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.no leadArchitect Francine Houben, of Mecanoo, is set to join TU Delft as a professor. Houben, who designed TU Delft%s library, will join the Faculty of Architecture for a three-year term, beginning in September.

Last year, Houben developed a %mobility aesthetic,% which she plans to introduce to the university. Houben, renowned for her ideas about designing public spaces, is a leading figure in the ongoing plans to redesign the campus.kop 50 new Computers for Industrial Design.no leadThe executive board has given six million guilders to the Faculty of Design, Engineering and Production for the purchasing of new computers. This action was in response to a recent student survey which found that the majority of students were dissatisfied with the number of available computers..kop Journalist Wanted.no leadDelta%s Page Four has a vacancy for a (part-time) freelance Science & Technology journalist. If you are knowledgeable in this field of study and can write reasonably well in English, please contact Mr. Hans Ariëns, editor-in-chief, on 278-6634, or via email: redactie@Delta.TUDelft.nl. Both professional journalists and students are invited to apply.

.no leadArchitect Francine Houben, of Mecanoo, is set to join TU Delft as a professor. Houben, who designed TU Delft%s library, will join the Faculty of Architecture for a three-year term, beginning in September. Last year, Houben developed a %mobility aesthetic,% which she plans to introduce to the university. Houben, renowned for her ideas about designing public spaces, is a leading figure in the ongoing plans to redesign the campus.kop 50 new Computers for Industrial Design.no leadThe executive board has given six million guilders to the Faculty of Design, Engineering and Production for the purchasing of new computers. This action was in response to a recent student survey which found that the majority of students were dissatisfied with the number of available computers..kop Journalist Wanted.no leadDelta%s Page Four has a vacancy for a (part-time) freelance Science & Technology journalist. If you are knowledgeable in this field of study and can write reasonably well in English, please contact Mr. Hans Ariëns, editor-in-chief, on 278-6634, or via email: redactie@Delta.TUDelft.nl. Both professional journalists and students are invited to apply.

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