Delft University of Technology (Dutch: Technische Universiteit Delft), also known as TU Delft, is the largest and oldest Dutch public technological university, located in Delft, the Netherlands. With eight faculties and numerous research institutes, it hosts over 19,000 students (undergraduate and postgraduate), more than 3,300 scientists, and more than 2,200 support and management staff.

TU Delft collaborates with a large number of other educational and research institutes within the Netherlands and abroad and has a reputation for high-quality teaching and research. TU Delft has extensive contacts with governments, trade organisations, consultancies, the industry and small and medium-sized companies.

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The Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management combines insights from the engineering sciences with insights from the humanities and the social sciences. 
The Faculty’s mission is to develop robust models and designs in order to solve the complex challenges of today’s networked, urbanized knowledge society.
The Faculty is comprised of three closely collaborating departments, each with a different perspective on addressing these complex societal challenges: systems, governance and values. The smart combination of these three perspectives is at the core of Comprehensive Engineering, and is the main thrust of the Faculty. The main application domains of the Faculty, in which the majority of its research projects can be clustered, are: energy, climate, mobility, ICT, water, and cyber. There is extensive research on Gaming and Simulation, especially around decision-making processes and complex systems. There is even an in-house development facility of games and simulations, the gamelab. 

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Map of the Campus (building 31 is the faculty of TPM)

Lastly, this faculty also houses the gamelab, where simulation games, simulations, and game systems with a research objective are developed by game designers and students.

Website of the gamelab