Five Veni grants: from energy storage to artificial neurons
The talented young researchers from TU/e receive 250.000 euro each
Researchers Electrical Engineering shine at Japanese optoelectronics conference
Researchers of the department presented an impressive 16 papers, of which 1 was invited, 2 won awards, and 2 were post-deadline.
TU/e announces EAISI: new institute for intelligent machines
The University of Technology in Eindhoven will take on fifty additional professors for education and research in the field of AI.
Eindhoven University of Technology will lead the development of the 6G network
Royal awards for two TU/e professors
Onno Boxma and Arthur van Roermund have been appointed Knight of the Order of the Netherlands Lion.
New method makes the experience of sleeplessness more visible
New research underlines that sleep misperception is a real problem for insomnia patients, which should be taken seriously.
TU/e and RU student team tests more accurate GPS on experimental rocket
A team of researchers and students from TU/e and Radboud University Nijmegen will test a new positioning method during an experimental...
New professor Lukas Dekker: improved identification and treatment of arrhythmias
Cardiologist-electrophysiologist Lukas Dekker was appointed part-time professor this month. His chair is 'Technology for outcome-driven...
Targeting epilepsy with electrodes on the head
Researchers develop patient-specific method for non-invasive brain stimulation
Stroboscopic visibility measure – understanding how people experience LED-light fluctuation
Light emitted by LEDs can flicker or exhibit a stroboscopic effect, which can lead to annoyance, fatigue and even headaches. Researchers at...