The hall workspace for over 190 students with lab desks equipped with electronic test and measurement equipment and computers. On the side, there is a separate components storage and distribution room and a laboratorium room for technical and educational support, such as special measurement and soldering equipment as well as test environments that are used in some projects.
Bernard D.H. TellegenBernard Tellegen (1900-1990) studied Electrical Engineering in Delft. After completing his degree, he worked at Philips’ renowned NatLab (Natuurkundig Laboratorium). It was there that he invented the pentode in 1926, a radio tube that went on to be used in practically every radio and amplifier. Tellegen was a professor at TU Delft from 1946 to 1966, and was awarded an honorary doctorate in 1970. He was also involved in significant research in network theory.