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Economics - Health - 02.07.2024
Family-related issues can cause crises in family businesses
Crisis management in family businesses is strongly impacted by their unique goals, governance, and resources.

Economics - 18.06.2024
UvA News

Economics - Health - 07.06.2024
Resilience Engineering in production: build in some slack
Resilience Engineering in production: build in some slack

Economics - Career - 31.05.2024
New professor aims to make the world of work more inclusive: ’We need everyone to participate’

Innovation - Economics - 29.05.2024
'I'm a great supporter of open and collaborative innovation'
’I’m a great supporter of open and collaborative innovation’
Fellow Ton Peijnenburg brings together the worlds of VDL ETG and TU/e. Collaboration with industry is in TU/e's blood.

Economics - History / Archeology - 14.05.2024
Tine De Moor’s Rotterdamlezing celebrates the power of citizen collectives

Innovation - Economics - 06.05.2024
EU lead candidates in Eindhoven for European Innovation Debate

Innovation - Economics - 28.03.2024
Investment in engineering education crucial for Dutch chip sector

Economics - Environment - 15.03.2024
Africa's first Entrepreneurial Ecosystem Index launched
Africa’s first Entrepreneurial Ecosystem Index launched
At the Global Entrepreneurship Conference GEC+Africa in Cape Town, the African Entrepreneurial Ecosystem Index (AEEI) was presented for the first time.

Chemistry - Economics - 14.03.2024
We don't need the fossil industry for a fossil-free future
We don’t need the fossil industry for a fossil-free future

Economics - 05.03.2024
Zwanet van Lubek appointed general director of AMS Institute

Economics - Career - 29.02.2024
Resilience Reflection #28: Transforming SMEs for resilience

Economics - Campus - 26.02.2024
Inaugural Lecture by Tine Buyl: Behavior of CEOs and strategic leaders of great influence on organizational resilience

Innovation - Economics - 21.02.2024
TU/e-led project 'UPSCALE' gets go ahead thanks to NWO KIC funding
TU/e-led project ’UPSCALE’ gets go ahead thanks to NWO KIC funding

Innovation - Economics - 21.02.2024
'A startup is a really fun ride that I wish for every student'
’A startup is a really fun ride that I wish for every student’

Innovation - Economics - 16.02.2024
New winter school on 'future chips' in Eindhoven brings together world-leading parties on semicon
New winter school on ’future chips’ in Eindhoven brings together world-leading parties on semicon

Economics - 15.02.2024
Patrick Groenen reappointed as dean Erasmus School of Economics
Patrick Groenen reappointed as dean Erasmus School of Economics

Environment - Economics - 09.02.2024
Boosting Quality of Life: Resilient Delta Initiative and Collaborative Partners Secure Major Regio Deal Funding
Boosting Quality of Life: Resilient Delta Initiative and Collaborative Partners Secure Major Regio Deal Funding

Economics - Career - 31.01.2024
’Will I still have a pension by the time I retire?’ Six questions to Lisa Brüggen, new Endowed Professor of Retirement Communications and Choice Guidance

Innovation - Economics - 18.01.2024
TU/e spin-off Taylor raises 8 million euros from pension fund ABP
TU/e spin-off Taylor raises 8 million euros from pension fund ABP

Economics - 21.12.2023
Alumnus Sander van 't Noordende donates a quarter of a million to the University Fund Eindhoven
Alumnus Sander van ’t Noordende donates a quarter of a million to the University Fund Eindhoven

Environment - Economics - 18.12.2023
Transitioning industrial zones into hubs for circularity

Economics - Computer Science - 15.12.2023
Resilience Reflection #19: Cybersecurity is not just complying with regulations!

Economics - Computer Science - 14.12.2023
Master's student manages to make ASML spare parts supply chain 5 percent more efficient
Master’s student manages to make ASML spare parts supply chain 5 percent more efficient
How AI improves service network for Dutch chip machines. For his thesis, Operations Management & Logistics and Data Science in Engineering master's student Joost van der Haar did an internship at chip machine manufacturer ASML in Veldhoven.

Economics - Computer Science - 12.12.2023
Outpacing fraudsters with AI
Outpacing fraudsters with AI
Online payments have been growing steadily for years. As a result, the risk of fraud is increasing, but proving it is challenging.

Campus - Economics - 11.12.2023
Rinke Zonneveld appointed to the Supervisory Board of the University of Twente

Economics - Media - 24.11.2023
Coping with uncertainty in customer demand
Coping with uncertainty in customer demand
PhD researcher Natasja Sluijk shows how mathematics can help improve logistics processes. How do you distribute drinking water fairly across an area recently hit by a natural disaster?

Environment - Economics - 23.11.2023
Resilience Reflection #16: Circular Economy
In this week's issue of  Resilience Reflections , Devrim Yazan  explores the transformative potential of a circular economy in strengthening global supply chains.

Environment - Economics - 22.11.2023
'We need a new, inherently sustainable financial system for the climate transition'
’We need a new, inherently sustainable financial system for the climate transition’
In addition to technical solutions, young scientists at TU/e, such as Clara Caiafa and Willem Klok, are specifically investigating the socioeconomic or financial aspects of the climate transition.

Economics - Innovation - 16.11.2023
Co-creation can serve as the catalyst for the most innovative outcomes. Here's how
Co-creation can serve as the catalyst for the most innovative outcomes. Here’s how

Economics - Campus - 15.11.2023
'I want everyone in our department to think of me as their dean'
’I want everyone in our department to think of me as their dean’

Economics - Campus - 15.11.2023
'As dean, I want to be there for everyone in our department'
’As dean, I want to be there for everyone in our department’

Economics - Campus - 15.11.2023
'I'd like everyone in our department to feel I'm their dean'
’I’d like everyone in our department to feel I’m their dean’

Economics - 08.11.2023
Resilience Reflection #14: A shortage of Student Accommodation?
In this week's issue of Resilience Reflections, Jodi Sturge argues for regulations to restrict short-term rentals and suggests measures to incentivize long-term rental housing to relieve the tight housing market.

Economics - Health - 01.11.2023
Tilburg University appoints Martin Salm as Professor of Health Economics and Applied Microeconomics
Tilburg University has appointed Martin Salm as full professor of Health Economics and Applied Microeconomics.

Campus - Economics - 25.10.2023
Langezijds is officially opened by Minister Schreinemacher

Environment - Economics - 19.10.2023
Twente researchers make transport chains more reliable using a 'digital twin'
Twente researchers make transport chains more reliable using a ’digital twin’
This week scientists at the University of Twente are launching a study on resilient and climate-resistant transport chains.

Career - Economics - 16.10.2023
First time Financial Times EMBA Ranking for Executive MBA (EMBA)

Economics - Social Sciences - 13.10.2023
How leaving your mono-disciplinary comfort zone bears fruit
How leaving your mono-disciplinary comfort zone bears fruit
The definition of resilience shapes a vision to move forward The 4TU.Resilience Engineering community is entering its next stage and to underline that the 4TU.RE centre is simultaneously cultiv

Economics - Environment - 10.10.2023
Irene Monasterolo appointed as Professor of Climate Finance
As of 15 October 2023, Irene Monasterolo has been appointed as Professor of Climate Finance at the Utrecht University School of Economics (U.S.E.

Innovation - Economics - 10.10.2023
New UT facility opened: Advanced Manufacturing Centre (AMC) for smart industrial solutions

Economics - Campus - 18.09.2023
Marie Dutordoir appointed as Professor of Corporate Finance

Economics - 11.09.2023
Frank Verbeeten appointed as Professor of Accounting

Economics - 11.09.2023
Advertising as a creative industry: a regime of paradoxes

Economics - 04.09.2023
The Presidency of Mirjam van Praag: in retrospect
The Presidency of Mirjam van Praag: in retrospect

Mathematics - Economics - 01.09.2023
Farewell address John Einmahl: Mathematics is too profound to fit the mold of usable science
On September 8th, mathematician John Einmahl will deliver his farewell speech at Tilburg University.

Economics - Career - 31.08.2023
Geert-Jan van Houtum is new dean of Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences
Geert-Jan van Houtum is new dean of Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences

Economics - Innovation - 11.07.2023
Dutch Research Agenda honours two TU Delft consortia

Economics - 30.06.2023
Statistics on the Atlantic trade in enslaved people show remarkable findings
The study "Aggregate statistics on trafficker-destination relations in the Atlantic slave trade", by Prof. Philip Hans Franses and Dr Wilco van den Heuvel of Erasmus School of Economics, reveal

Economics - 27.06.2023
Final report on dialogues with external parties published
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