Guest lecture by Leo Van Broeck - Vlaams BouwmeesterJuni 03, 2019
BUas-research on Formula 1 Zandvoort 2020Mei 22, 2019
VR bike at EU Greenweek Conference in BrusselsMei 16, 2019
Generating ideas a team effortMei 16, 2019
Ruud Hornman about increase of road deaths on Radio 1April 18, 2019
Aftermovie mini congres JLN and Justin recruitementApril 10, 2019
Cooperation between Rijkswaterstaat en Breda University confirmedOktober 01, 2018
Maarten van Rijn nominated as Logsitcs Guru 2018September 27, 2018
BUas launches Cycle Highway Life Cycle videoSeptember 05, 2018
Manual Bike Guerilla availableJuni 19, 2018
NHTV cycling signboard new national standard?April 10, 2018
NHTV signs cooperation agreement with Vereniniging DeltametropoolMaart 15, 2018
Logistics Management in OmanMaart 06, 2018
NHTV signs cooperation agreement with VialisFebruari 09, 2018
15-03-2018 - Masterclass Electric TransportationJanuari 08, 2018
We use our professorship as a means to drive innovation, knowledge creation and knowledge circulation. Focusing on one of the areas of expertise, the professorship is a linking pin between industry, government, society and education in order to guarantee the knowledge flow between relevant parties.
On 17 June Paul van de Coevering will publicly defend his PhD thesis titled: ‘The Interplay between Land Use, Travel Behaviour and Attitudes: a Quest for Causality.’ The public defence takes place from 12.00 to 14.15 and can be viewed live via this link.
On Friday 20 November, Paul van de Coevering, 'Urban Intelligence' professor, and 'Smart Cities & Logistics' professor Hans Quak presented their ambitions and specific plans for applied research. In a small group, but mostly digital, this marked the follow up of the former, and the official start of the latter.
Improving mobility management knowledge: for, by and with the public / private organisations and students Ineke Spapé - associate professor
Aiming to enhance policy making in the areas of multimodal transportation and built environment by developing research innovations. Providing knowledge which is directly applicable in practice. Paul van de Coevering - associate professor