TU/e wind tunnel helped break the marathon’s two-hour barrier
Reversed V-formation for the 'rabbits' leads to a 85 % reduction in air resistance
Eindhoven Young Academy of Engineering welcomes 7 new members
The Eindhoven Young Academy of Engineering is proud to install 7 new members. They are: dr. ir. Yoeri v.d. Burgt, dr. Yali Tang (both...
The complex puzzle of 3D concrete printing captured in a model: from layers to bridges
Researcher Rob Wolfs gains his PhD today, for his model which made it possible to print concrete structures in a wide variety of shapes.
Climate systems in museums appear to be too strictly regulated
Thomas Arends and Rianne Luimes will obtain their doctorates at TU/e in September
Fold-out energy tower for festivals is ready for practical use
As a sustainable alternative, TU/e researchers and ten companies have developed a 21-meter high fold-out tower with solar collectors and a...
Fighting heat stress at TU/e
On the occasion of the upcoming heat wave, we highlight the work of TU/e researchers on heat islands, green roofs, sun blinds, thermal...
Cum laude for a selection method to choose the best building performance model
Isabelle Gaetani defended her thesis yesterday
Time gain for cyclist behind motorcycle much bigger than expected
"The often-heard complaint that motorcycles can influence the outcome of races is justified"
Problemen met luchtkwaliteit in kinderopvang
Dutch only Professor Wim Zeiler van de TU Eindhoven heeft onderzoek gedaan naar de luchtkwaliteit van een kinderopvang.
Smart strategy can save open-plan offices up to 25 percent of energy on lighting
Saving energy without compromising on user comfort
Research towards climate design of cities receives a Dutch and European prize
Toparlar’s model can help to design energy efficient buildings.
TU/e appoints prof.dr.ir. Theo Salet as dean
3D Concrete print authority new chief engineer department of The Built Environment in Eindhoven.