Innovation with the department
Researchers in the Department of Applied Physics are working together with Universities, Research Institutes and R&D Laboratories all over the world, with an emphasis on the Industrial Partners in the Brainport region.
The research in the Department focuses on three main subjects:
Functional (Nano) Materials,
Plasma Physics and
Examples are: Ultrafast Laser-induced demagnetization, Nanowires, Nano Biosensors, Solar Cells, Mass- and Heat Transfer in Micro-Fluidic Devices, Lighting, Plasma-Medicine, Turbulence in (Geofysical) Flows, Transport in Coatings.
Together with the Department of Biomedical Engineering, the Department of Applied Physics runs SMPE/e (School of Medical Physics and Engineering Eindhoven). SMPE/e offers postgraduate programs in clinical, medical engineering and medical informatics for and in cooperation with Hospitals and other Healthcare Centers.
Would you like more information about innovating in cooperation with the Eindhoven University of Technology? If so, get in touch with the TU/e Innovation Lab. The TU/e Innovation lab is the organization within our university that encourages and fosters innovation, the transfer of knowledge and technology, and business development. It is, moreover, TU/e’s incubator. We have a good overview of all the research expertise present at the university and can quickly match your research question with the relevant research groups and individuals. A joint exploration often reveals several relevant disciplines and possible forms of cooperation. You can take advantage of this.
Learn more about innovating with TU/e.