Doping control at the atomic scale in III-V semiconductors
Douwe Tjeertes defended his PhD thesis at the department of Applied Physics and Science Education on March 17th.
Salt battery for home use
Jelle Houben defended his PhD thesis at the department of Applied Physics on March 9th.
This ‘Harry Potter’ light sensor achieves magically high efficiency of 200 per cent
Using green light and a double-layered cell, PhD researcher Riccardo Ollearo has come up with a photodiode that has sensitivity that many…
New approach for Majorana research in short nanowires
Majorana particles are one of several promising candidates for stable quantum bits, the building blocks of quantum computers.
Hyper-gravity controlled microparticles probing the plasma sheath
Patrick Meijaard defended his PhD thesis at the department of Applied Physics and Science Education on February 15th.
Boris and Axel Fund helps students with innovative projects
The fund supports projects on sustainability, sports and inclusiveness.
Computational Physics of Low-Temperature Plasma Simulation
Chris Schoutrop defended his PhD thesis at the department of Applied Physics and Science Education on February 1st.
Boosting power of salt hydrates for heat storage
Natalia Mazur defended her PhD thesis at the department of Applied Physics on January 23rd.
New theory to describe dynamics of glass-forming liquids
Chengjie Luo defended his PhD thesis cum laude at the department of Applied Physics on January 17th.
BatteryNL consortium kicks off
In search of the coveted safer, better, longer-lasting battery
Prof. Silvia Lenaerts of University of Antwerp becomes new TU/e rector
Lenaerts will become the first female rector magnificus of TU/e.
All the best for 2023!
Read the New Year's message of the TU/e board here.