Overview of the week
The week schedule of EHW is set up to give student teams the chance to showcase their work and innovation. Teams have registered for different award categories and their performance in these fields will be assessed during the week. The week will end with the final exhibition in the city center of Delft (accessible to everyone for free) and the award ceremony where special achievements in each category will be recognised and awarded.
The conferences should promote the exchange of thoughts among the teams and technical experts. The conferences are also open to the public. If you want to get a better understanding of the Hyperloop concept and sustainable transport, make sure to be there! Tickets are available on our webshop.
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Hyperloop Infrastructure at Scale: EuroTube's Approach for "Stage 0" Delivered by Lorenzo Benedetti During the conference each presentation given by a company or organisation is scheduled for 20 to 25… Read More »Presentation by Eurotube
Due to a limited capacity on the site, access to viewing the vacuum compatibility tests throughout the week will be regulated. In this process we prioritize the testing teams, technical… Read More »Vacuum compatibility tests in collaboration with Hardt Hyperloop
From The 1st Infinite Test Loop To Scaling Hyperloop Globally Delivered by Teodor Rosca During the conference each presentation given by a company or organisation is scheduled for 20 to… Read More »Presentation by Swisspod
High Tech infrastructure Delivered by Costanzo Graffi & Wouter Perry During the conference each presentation given by a company or organisation is scheduled for 20 to 25 minutes with room… Read More »Presentation by AECOM
Hyperloop infrastructure standardisation: Learning from the past to advance the future. Participants include Johan van Velthoven from NEN, Sander Brinkhuis from Voestalpine, ProRail, Strukton, Costanzo Graffi from AECOM The panel… Read More »Expert Panel Discussion
Challenges of designing scalable hyperloop infrastructure. The student panel discussions will be moderated by members of the European Hyperloop Week Committee, and the panel will have 6 to 10 members.
Full-Scale Category: Technical Aspects of Hyperloop Systems Full-Scale Category: Socioeconomic Aspects of Hyperloop Development Design Category: Complete Pod The student team presentation series is divided into 7 EHW award categories:… Read More »Student team presentation series
Design Category: Mechanical Subsystems Design Category: Electrical Subsystems Design Category: Traction Subsystems Design Category: Guiding Subsystems The student team presentation series is divided into 7 EHW award categories: Electrical, Mechanical,… Read More »Student team presentation series