Organisation, infrastructure and coaching
The NGR programme is now formally hosted by 3mE.All projects for all NGR students (independent of faculty) will be registered through this faculty.
The team consists of the following members:
Chris is the architect of the NGR programme. He makes sure to be present for the yearly selection of new NGR students as well as the formal presentations (such as final presentations) by the NGR students. Informally, he is always ready to serve as a source of inspiration, and to re-emphasize the importance of interdisciplinary collaboration.
Yke (3mE) will coordinate the kick-off days and will most likely continue to care for the occurrence of regular meetings. Yke is interested to be a first point of contact for any questions from NGR students.
Laura (3mE) will focus on the academic quality of the written reports that NGR students will create.
Martin is the coordinator of the Minor Robotics, and as such he has many contacts with companies that provide assignments. For NGR, Martin is the go-to-person regarding all cont(r)acts with companies.
Martijn (3mE) is formally the responsible person for the NGR programme.
Jilt (3mE) is the coordinator of the 3mE “regular” honours programme, and he is the only one allowed to enter the results of the student projects in OSIRIS.
Each NGR project has a formal academic supervisor. This could be any staff member of TU Delft. It could be one of the staff members listed above themselves, or they could help find someone else. Or the NGR students can propose a formal academic supervisor themselves. This supervisor should check the quality of the NGR project work, also using the NGR report requirements. At the end of the project, this supervisor and the NGR student together will sign a form stating that the project was completed satisfactorily. This form will then be sent to prof. Sietsma who will enter the project scores in OSIRIS.