ICMS: the institute that revolves around people
The place where interdisciplinary collaboration has been stimulated for 15 years.
ERC Advanced Grant to chase the holy grail of ‘drugging the undruggable’
Research led by Luc Brunsveld on new technological concepts for drug development is awarded a prestigious ERC Advanced Grant worth 2.5…
For AI research Eindhoven is the place to be
In Neuron, our artificial intelligence institute EAISI, can fulfill its promise.
Prince Constantijn opens new TU/e building Neuron for AI and education
Completely renovated building serves as home to the AI Institute EAISI, new teaching spaces and hundreds of additional study areas.
Heleen de Coninck appointed deputy chair of Dutch Scientific Climate Council
The council advises the Dutch government on climate policy, based on independent scientific expertise.
TU/e in the picture for millions of travelers at Eindhoven Airport
Various student teams and spin-offs will be featured at the airport, with the displays changing every few months.
Steps towards a safe and silent neonatal ICU
Gabriele Varisco explored ways to improve the monitoring of premature infants in neonatal ICUs with a focus on minimizing false alarms and…
Nicole Ummelen new President of Open University Executive Board
"I have thoroughly enjoyed working at TU/e for the past eleven years, and I am incredibly grateful for everything I have experienced and…
Temporary student housing in former Philips head office
TU/e will remain involved in the complex after completion.
A new rapid ‘glow-in-the-dark’ test for infectious diseases
Harm van der Veer and Maarten Merkx amongst others have developed a new bioluminescence-based sensor that can detect tiny amounts of viral…
Salt battery for home use
Jelle Houben defended his PhD thesis at the department of Applied Physics on March 9th.