Angèle Reinders new director Solliance
Angèle Reinders, professor at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), has been appointed Solliance's new director. Reinders will lead the...
Fault-Tolerant Power Amplification
Darian Retianza defended his PhD thesis at the department of Electrical Engineering on January 31st.
King Willem-Alexander opens ELEO battery production plant in Helmond
The TU/e startup makes high-performance battery systems for a variety of industrial applications.
Tailor-made carbon electrodes for redox flow batteries
In a new collaboration, TU/e and Schunk Group jointly work on scaling up the manufacturing process of novel carbon-based electrodes while...
Boosting power of salt hydrates for heat storage
Natalia Mazur defended her PhD thesis at the department of Applied Physics on January 23rd.
BatteryNL consortium kicks off
In search of the coveted safer, better, longer-lasting battery
Antarctic rover performs research in the snow
On January 20, Team POLAR showcases its first vehicle for independent climate research in icy, inhospitable regions such as the North and...
All the best for 2023!
Read the New Year's message of the TU/e board here.
Floor Alkemade is researching how the energy transition can be sped up
In part three of our end-of-year series, we talk with Floor Alkemade about the importance of social processes and human behavior in the...
Climate adaptation and mitigation can, and must, reinforce each other as much as possible
A paper commissioned by the Delta Programme was published today by Eindhoven University of Technology and Deltares. It explains how and why...
Final Executive Board statement on the protest in the Atlas building
The Executive Board issued a statement after earlier discussions with the protesters who are occupying the boardroom. The protesters have...
Innovative mufflers make boilers and heatpumps stable and silent
PDEng researcher Mohammad Kojourimanesh has developed a device to suppress very low frequency noises in low-emission heating devices.