PM CONGRESS 2019 

De Technische Universiteit Delft en PMI (Project Management Institute, Netherlands Chapter) organiseren op 11 en 12 april 2019 een internationaal Project Management Congres met als thema “ADAPT or DIE”, Research meets Practice: towards Project Management 3.0.

Dit unieke samenwerkingsverband van zes faculteiten van de TU Delft en PMI Netherlands staat garant voor een congresprogramma dat actuele wetenschappelijke inzichten en professionele praktijkexpertise verbindt én verrijkt. Bruggen slaan tussen de werelden van wetenschap en praktijk: daar draait het om. Het congresthema vindt zijn weerslag in de congresformule die anders is dan anders: onderzoekers en praktijkexperts presenteren gezamenlijk hun best practices, aan discussietafels wordt gezocht naar dwarsverbanden en kruisbestuiving, in workshops en posterpresentaties komen ook de nieuwe generaties onderzoekers en professionals aan het woord, en uiteraard zijn er talrijke meet & greet opportunities in het centrale congrescafé.

Local organising team: Louis Lousberg (BK), Nicole Fontein (BBE), Rosaly Bodewes (BK), Klaas Taselaar. Steering committee: Hans Bakker (Chair) – (CiTG) Louis Lousberg – (BK), Aldert Kamp – Aerospace Engineering, Martijn Leijten – Technology, Policy and Management, Hans Hopman – Mechanical, Maritime and Materials Engineering, Frido Smulders – Industrial Design Engineering, Jan Cardol – PMI Netherlands Chapter.

 

Locatie Aula TU Delft

  • April 11, 2019 - April 12, 2019
    8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Venue:  

Venue Phone: T: +31 (0)15 27 88022

Venue Website:

Address:
Mekelweg 5, Delft, 2628 CC

Description:

The Aula Conference Centre, located in the heart of the university campus, is the best venue for international conferences in Delft. It offers a perfect combination of meeting rooms, an auditorium, various facilities, and large exhibition areas. A bar and a buffet restaurant are located on the ground floor.

TU Delft Aula Conference Centre (Building 20)
Mekelweg 5
2628 CC Delft
The Netherlands

Daily about 27.000 people travel across our campus: students, scientist, visitors and employees of the university and the companies on campus. Stretching over 161 hectares, the campus is larger than downtown Delft, and one of the largest university campuses in the world. The campus has been equipped with an extensive bicycle and pedestrian road network. The TU Delft campus has a green, parky character. Large parts of the campus are therefore only accessible on foot, by bike or public transport. For motorists there is the campus ring road, which circles the entire campus. Clear signage on the campus ring guides you easily to the central parking lots. From there, every destination is reachable on foot.

All rooms of the TU Delft Conference Centre are equipped with necessary technology (screen, computer, connectors). Eduroam and conference wifi is available too. The building is fully handicap accessible.

Directions

TU Delft is easily accessible by bicycle, public transport and car. The numbers of buildings can help you find your way around the campus. Make sure you remember the name and building number of your destination.

Public Transport

Vanaf Station Delft neem jeFrom Delft Station, take: Bus 40, 55, 69, 174 (alight at stop TU Aula). For further information, see the Travel Planner.

By car

Parking is free of charge on campus. The six large parking areas are well signposted on the campus ring road. Demand for parking is high. Always leave enough time to find a parking space and walk to your destination.

Recommended parking locations:

  • P Aula (navigation address Van der Waalsweg 1)
  • P EWI, 8-minute walk (navigation address Feldmannweg 2)
  • P Sports, 10-minute walk (navigation address Van den Broekweg 1)

Accessibility

  • Disabled parking is available at the main entrance (Book in advance).
  • All floors have disabled access.