Sustainability news

  • June 2, 2023

    TU/e students use little iron balls to safely store and transport hydrogen

    SOLID hopes to build a demo in the port of Rotterdam by 2027.

  • May 15, 2023

    Reduction of combusted iron using hydrogen

    Conrad Hessels defended his PhD thesis at the department of Mechanical Engineering on May 15th.

  • May 11, 2023

    First major test of TU/e spin-off RIFT successful: 500 houses in Helmond CO2-neutrally heated

    RIFT additionally raises enough funding for the next phase of development.

  • Frank Baaijens. Photo: Bart van Overbeeke
    May 8, 2023

    Eight years of rector Frank Baaijens = eight years of passion for talent

  • May 5, 2023

    Philip de Goey receives ERC Proof of Concept Grant for research into metal fuels

    The sun shines mostly in the summer, but the industry also needs this sustainable energy in the winter when the sun is not shining and there…

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    May 4, 2023

    Talking Science: the new TU/e pitch competition

    Talking Science, the new science pitching competition for PhD and EngD researchers, takes place on June 8th during the Research Day.

  • Jeroen Zegveld, Bregje Portier and Bertie Fijneman over coffee – in Billie Cups, of course – at Neuron. Photo: Bart van Overbeeke
    May 3, 2023

    How coffee is getting greener at TU/e

    New sustainable coffee and vegan options, no more disposable cups.

  • Tijmen Vermeij
    April 24, 2023

    Mastering steel deformation

    Tijmen Vermeij researched how to make steel lighter, stronger and more durable. He received his doctorate cum laude from the Faculty of…

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    April 4, 2023

    Medium voltage solid-state transformers: a study on standards compliance

    Bram van Dam defended his PhD thesis at the department of Electrical Engineering on March 31st.

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    April 3, 2023

    Highly sensitive measurement technique leads to better solar cell

    For his PhD research, Bas van Gorkom developed a new way to measure defects in perovskite - a material used to make solar cells more…

  • March 24, 2023

    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.

  • March 23, 2023

    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.