TU Delft Library


Image Archive

The TU Delft Image Archive is the online storage and sharing facility for multimedia materials at TU Delft. This collection contains 33.000 digital photographs, digital images, audio and video files and features both recent and historical materials. All images are in one way or the other connected to the TU Delft.

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Looking for images?

You can download and reuse without any costs many of the photographs, images and video files. The conditions for reuse are recorded in Creative Commons licences. One exception is the photo collection from TU Delft’s Communication department. The photos in this collection, consists of more than 6.00 images from the period 2004 to the present. The photos are taken by professional photographers, recognizable by a watermark. They may only be used by students and staff for study and research activities that is done in the name of TU Delft. If you are interested in using one of these photos as part of an extern publication, website or another way of dissemination please contact mediasolutions@remove-this.tudelft.nl for permission.

Share your own images

We encourage TU Delft staff and students to add their own materials to the Image Archive. For example, you may have a photograph of a special laboratory set-up or a video of a successful student project. These can very easily be added to the collection. Consult paragraph 3 of the manual (PDF). With your help, the collection will continue to grow.

Please take care that the photographs are free of duties, and you have permission from the photographer and the persons in the picture. Most pictures can be downloaded freely. If you would like to upload a watermark protected picture, please contact the Library.

Please use the forms below to add your files to the image archive:

You will find more information in the image archive manual.

Be inspired!

Looking for inspiration? Please take a look at a few examples from the Image Archive

Video on bio-concrete by Henk Jonkers

Lecture in the Delft Science Center (2010)

The Rotterdam Gate Bridge (1960)