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Navigating Time Zones

by | Oct 2021 | RSD10 Programme, SDA blog

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Time in Delft

Daylight savings time ends in Delft on October 31. All times in the schedule reflect the change to UTC+1.

Since RSD10 is both an on-campus and online event, it can be frustrating navigating time zones between where you will be and the event schedule. The first thing to remember is that all the times posted are UTC+1, also known as Central European Time (CET) and 1-hour ahead of Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). This time zone is in use during standard time in Europe and Africa. Daylight savings time ends in Delft on October 31, 2021; therefore, the times given are CET and UTC+1.

An exception is when you register for RSD10 or workshops and sessions via Eventbrite. Here you will view the session times in your current time zone (if you have allowed it to be detected). When you add the session to your calendar from Eventbrite, it will also show up in your time zone. TU Delft organiser page on Eventbrite.

Tips for navigating time zones

To be sure you have the correct time, you can check by taking the time and date listed on the schedule and using it in a time zone converter tool such as This might be necessary if you are travelling since your time zone will change.

Here are four quick links:

  1. Time Zone Converter with the time in Delft at 9:00 AM on November 2, 2021. Add your location and change the time and date to the session time and date.
  2. Time Difference Calculator with 12 cities across multiple time zones. You can change one of these to your location.
  3. The RSD10 Time Zone spreadsheet shows all times between 8:00 AM and 9:00 PM in all locations.
  4. You can also download the RSD10 Time Zones below as a PDF.

RSD10 Time Zone Calculations


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