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Health - Innovation - 24.05.2024 - Today
World-class collaboration receives ¤37.5 million for regenerative medicine using smart materials
World-class collaboration receives ¤37.5 million for regenerative medicine using smart materials
TU/e professor Carlijn Bouten is contributing to the DRIVE-RM consortium with her department and her knowledge of regenerating the body's own cardiovascular materials.

Physics - Innovation - 23.05.2024
ASML and TU/e will give collaboration a major boost over the next 10 years
ASML and TU/e will give collaboration a major boost over the next 10 years

Physics - Chemistry - 23.05.2024
'Exact placement of atoms can drive future chip innovations'
’Exact placement of atoms can drive future chip innovations’
Area-selective atomic layer deposition is set to be a leading technique when it comes to making the advanced computer chips of the future, according to TU/e researcher Adrie Mackus.

Physics - Innovation - 17.05.2024
Niek Lopes Cardozo: 'Nuclear fusion is no longer 30 years away'
Niek Lopes Cardozo: ’Nuclear fusion is no longer 30 years away’

Pedagogy - 16.05.2024
Help for teachers in implementing Challenge-Based Learning
Help for teachers in implementing Challenge-Based Learning

Social Sciences - 13.05.2024
Response to the open letter of 9 May concerning Israel and Gaza
Response to the open letter of 9 May concerning Israel and Gaza

Microtechnics - Event - 08.05.2024
Eindhoven to host this year's World Robot Championships
Eindhoven to host this year’s World Robot Championships

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

Innovation - Politics - 01.05.2024
'TU/e knowledge is indispensable for Europe'
’TU/e knowledge is indispensable for Europe’

Campus - 24.04.2024
'Looking together at how we spend our money smartly'
’Looking together at how we spend our money smartly’

Transport - Innovation - 24.04.2024
Why the bicycle really is a high-tech masterpiece
Why the bicycle really is a high-tech masterpiece
70-year-old Jan Ploeger devoted his thesis to the promising and unique public transport chain in the Netherlands since 1900 A happy coincidence of circumstances and perseverance.

Innovation - Research Management - 23.04.2024
Report: TU/e is a shining example of a 4th generation university

Computer Science - Transport - 22.04.2024
Teaching robots to see better
Teaching robots to see better
In his doctoral research, Daan de Geus worked on advanced image processing methods that allow robots and cars to better recognize what they see around them.

Innovation - Campus - 18.04.2024
TU/e strengthens key semicon position with Future Chips flagship
TU/e strengthens key semicon position with Future Chips flagship

Health - Life Sciences - 11.04.2024
TU/e professor breaks new ground with development of artificial tissue
TU/e professor breaks new ground with development of artificial tissue
Jan van Hest receives ERC Advanced Grant for interplay between cells ánd scientific disciplines. Muscles are not only important for a killer body, but also for a healthy one.

Innovation - Campus - 04.04.2024
'The university also needs to play an active role in society'
’The university also needs to play an active role in society’

Health - Innovation - 03.04.2024
Uterus in motion
PhD candidate Connie Rees demonstrates that with a renewed ultrasound method, subtle movements of the uterus can be measured.

Pedagogy - Innovation - 29.03.2024
Government invests in technical education and Brainport region, with special role for TU/e

Psychology - Pedagogy - 28.03.2024
From student to CEO: 'I want to show that anything is possible, even if you have autism'
From student to CEO: ’I want to show that anything is possible, even if you have autism’

Campus - Social Sciences - 27.03.2024
'We don't fix personal problems, we fix the environment and culture'
’We don’t fix personal problems, we fix the environment and culture’

Computer Science - 25.03.2024
NWO Gravitation: nearly ten million euros for 'Challenges in Cyber Security'
NWO Gravitation: nearly ten million euros for ’Challenges in Cyber Security’

Materials Science - Innovation - 21.03.2024
TU/e honorary doctorates for building materials and mechatronics
TU/e honorary doctorates for building materials and mechatronics

Career - Health - 21.03.2024
AiNed Fellowship Grant for Aaqib Saeed

Health - 15.03.2024
Repairing damage after a heart attack
Repairing damage after a heart attack
Dylan Mostert defended her PhD thesis at the Department of Biomedical Engineering on March 15th. A heart attack causes many heart cells to die and changes the structure of the heart muscle tissue, leaving the heart weaker and making it more difficult for it to pump blood around.

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

Physics - Campus - 14.03.2024
TU Eindhoven launches pioneering master's specialisation in Optics and Photonics together with partners
TU Eindhoven launches pioneering master’s specialisation in Optics and Photonics together with partners

Environment - 11.03.2024
Creating smaller electricity markets
Creating smaller electricity markets
Sjoerd Doumen defended his PhD thesis at the Department of Electrical Engineering on March 7th. Our current energy systems have two major and related problems: congestion of the power grid and a mismatch between supply and demand.

Health - 07.03.2024
It's 'no sweat' to use sweat to check your health!
It’s ’no sweat’ to use sweat to check your health!
Emma Moonen defended her PhD thesis cum laude, which is about sweat monitoring with a microfluidic device, at the Department of Mechanical Engineering on March 7th as TU/e celebrates International Women's Day.

Agronomy / Food Science - Environment - 06.03.2024
High-tech fries thanks to statistics
High-tech fries thanks to statistics
Puck Mulders defended her PhD thesis at the Department of Mechanical Engineering on March 6th. She often stood between the potato plants in her boots and now these experiments serve as the basis for sustainable fry project 'Frietje Precies' .

Event - 05.03.2024
Getting a PhD with an autistic brain
Getting a PhD with an autistic brain

Environment - Innovation - 04.03.2024
Statement about the announced climate protest
Statement about the announced climate protest

Campus - Career - 04.03.2024
67 years of women at TU/e
67 years of women at TU/e

Career - 29.02.2024
'Integrity needs more attention at our university'
’Integrity needs more attention at our university’

Materials Science - Life Sciences - 29.02.2024
Prestigious NWO Vici grants for Rudie Kunnen, Ilja Voets, and Tom de Greef
Prestigious NWO Vici grants for Rudie Kunnen, Ilja Voets, and Tom de Greef

Environment - Innovation - 27.02.2024
NWO grant to point out most potent iron powders
NWO grant to point out most potent iron powders
The NWO grant of 845,000 euros is for research on the use of iron powder as renewable energy. TU/e and EIRES researchers Xiaocheng Mi and Giulia Finotello have been awarded a new project in NWO's Open Technology Programme.

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’

Life Sciences - Physics - 21.02.2024
Storing data in DNA capsules
Storing data in DNA capsules
Bas Bögels defended his PhD thesis at the Department of Biomedical Engineering on February 21st. No longer storing data with ones and zeros, but with A, T, C and G - the building blocks of DNA.

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

Event - 09.02.2024
How to survive Carnaval in Lampegat

Politics - 08.02.2024
TU/e continues to push hard for international talent
TU/e continues to push hard for international talent

Chemistry - Materials Science - 07.02.2024
Keeping reactor hot with holes
Keeping reactor hot with holes
Leon Rosseau defended his PhD thesis at the Department of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry on February 7th.

Career - Electroengineering - 06.02.2024
2.5 million euros for research on 'lightning in a bottle'
2.5 million euros for research on ’lightning in a bottle’

Career - Campus - 01.02.2024
'I want to be the eyes and ears for TU/e'
’I want to be the eyes and ears for TU/e’

Innovation - 30.01.2024
'TU/e is the beating heart of Brainport'
’TU/e is the beating heart of Brainport’
TU/e president Robert-Jan Smits: "Our collaboration with industrial partners moves everyone forward: researchers, students, industry and society.

Environment - Physics - 30.01.2024
One and a half million euros for TU/e research on light pollution and plastic waste separation
One and a half million euros for TU/e research on light pollution and plastic waste separation

Environment - Social Sciences - 30.01.2024
Fairly sharing the pains and the gains of energy systems
Fairly sharing the pains and the gains of energy systems
Natascha van Bommel defended her PhD thesis at the Department of Industrial Engineering and Innovation Sciences on January 25th.

Computer Science - 24.01.2024
Better resistance to phishing temptation
Better resistance to phishing temptation
Pavlo Burda defended his PhD thesis at the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science on January 24th.

Pedagogy - Innovation - 24.01.2024
DAF Trucks: challenge owner of the first hour
DAF Trucks: challenge owner of the first hour

Career - 23.01.2024
'We seek smart collaboration, challenging each other to improve and move forward'
’We seek smart collaboration, challenging each other to improve and move forward’
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