Join the team!

Passionate about sustainable aviation and the environment? Interested in working in an international team on a large project? Always wanted to be part of a TU Delft Dream Team? Now is your chance! If you are interested in joining the team (2021/2022), we invite you to submit an application by sending an email to . If you have questions or want more information about the team and the positions of the next year you can also send us an email!

We also have the possibility for students to complete their (graduation) internships or their master theses with the team. See below for more information. If you have any questions send an email to and we’ll be in contact. We look forward to getting in touch!

Structural engineer


As a Structural engineer, you will be working in a team of 3-4 engineers on the new structural elements of Phoenix FS. Since the aircraft is prebuilt but needs to be modified, new elements such as tank brackets, motor mounts and vibration dampeners must be designed. The role is very diverse in the sense that each structure has a different purpose and relates to different systems in the aircraft. Therefore, you will be in contact with almost all the engineers working on all the systems in the aircraft. Skills in mechanical modelling are required and CAD modelling experience is wanted (CATIA, SolidWorks). Apply now if you are interested in the position!


Electronics & Control engineer

AeroDelft is looking for an electronics and control engineer. You will be working together with the rest of the Electronics & Control department on setting up all the electronic systems within Phoenix PT, our prototype drone. This includes a wide range of tasks related to software and hardware for the battery-only, gaseous hydrogen and liquid hydrogen flights. Skills such as programming (in C++ and Python), soldering, hardware wiring and sensor control are wanted but not mandatory. Apply now if you are interested in the position!





Fire wall structures engineer

As a Fire wall structures engineer you will be working with the rest of the team on the Phoenix FS (full scale) aircraft in developing structures in the fuselage of the aircraft that prevent hydrogen flames from penetrating the cabin. The role will have you working as a materials researcher and tester where you will be performing burn tests on samples of materials at test locations. Knowledge of materials and skills in researching and testing are wanted but not mandatory. Apply now if you are interested in the position!






We offer HBO and MBO students the opportunity to complete an internship or graduation internship with the team. In previous years, we have been home to students from Inholland Delft, Inholland Rotterdam, Willem de Kooning Academie and MBO College Airport.

If you are interested, please submit your application by sending an email to with your CV and motivation. If you have any questions, please send us an email and we’ll be in touch.

Master's Thesis

A few theses have been completed in collaboration with AeroDelft. We are open to collaborating with a university, faculty or institute on a thesis around the topic of sustainable aviation. If you are interested, please send an email to and we will get back to you!