TU Delft presents James O’Callaghan as Visiting Professor
James O’Callaghan has been appointed as a Visiting Professor at Delft University of Technology (TU Delft), in the Netherlands, for the upcoming semester.
The host to this exciting position is the Glass & Transparency research group at the Chair of Architectural Engineering + Technology. The group focuses on the development of innovative glass solutions for structures, buildings and facades. James will be teaching several courses, guiding research, and speaking at public lectures.
With over 20 years’ experience of engineering cutting-edge glass structures, James is acknowledged as an authority in this field, in particular for his work with Apple’s retail stores, and is perfectly suited to the role.
James is excited by the opportunity: “It is a privilege to further develop our [Eckersley O’Callaghan] relationship with TU Delft. The Glass & Transparency group produces great research – I look forward to offering my perspective from industry to stimulate new avenues of enquiry within the academic context.”
TU Delft is the largest and oldest Dutch public technical university. The Faculty of Architecture and The Built Environment invites a number of internationally renowned designers and researchers every year as Visiting Professors, who contribute to the renewal of research and education.