Postdoc PDEng

Ten Berg, Dieuwertje

Name Dieuwertje ten Berg MSc.
Department Construction Management & Engineering
Room HT-300
Tel. 053-489 9991
Tel. secretary 053-489 4254/2670
Fax 053-489 2511
E-mail d.m.j.s.tenberg@utwente.nl 
Position PDEng. student

Postal address

University of Twente
Faculty of Engineering Technology
Department of Construction Management & Engineering
P.O. Box 217
7500 AE Enschede
The Netherlands

Education

2016 - current

PDEng student, Department of Construction Management and Engineering, University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands
Topic: Development of an educational program to learn how to make use of a ground penetrating radar

2014 - 2016

Master in Educational Science and Technology, University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands
Specialization: Human Resource Development
Master Thesis: “Keeping the ‘older’ engineer engaged at work” An investigation of the changes in employee engagement of technical employees across age cohorts, and whether these changes can be explained by their professional identity

2010 - 2014


Bachelor of Educational Science, University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands
Bachelor Thesis: “The influence of diversity on the relationship between transformative leadership and professional development of vocational education teachers”.

Research Project Description

PDEng research: Development of an educational program to learn how to use a ground penetrating radar

In recent years the reduction of excavation damage has been an important topic. New technologies have been developed to support careful excavation. One of these developments is the ground penetrating radar. With the ground penetrating radar the cables and pipes in the underground can be investigated without opening up the ground.

However, in order to successfully implement the ground penetrating radar, people must be educated on the use of it and the interpretation of the outcomes. This project focusses on the development of an educational program to learn how to use the ground penetrating radar and the interpretation of its results.

Teaching

Currently not teaching.