'Dealing with uncertainty, that’s what we want to teach our students'
Optimizing fiber, rubber, and plastic mix for tailored material performance
Martijn Wismans defended his thesis at the department of Mechanical Engineering on September 22nd.
Modeling of injection zone in blast furnaces
Chih-Chia Huang defended his PhD thesis at the department of Mechanical Engineering on September 19th.
New insights in the properties of high-strength steel
Job Wijnen defended his thesis at the department of Mechanical Engineering on September 19th.
Breakthrough way to train neuromorphic chips
Using a biosensor to detect cystic fibrosis as the test case, TU/e researchers have devised an innovative way to train neuromorphic chips as…
Reshaping ship locks
Sjoerd Knippenberg defended his PhD thesis at the Department of Mechanical Engineering on September 12th.
‘It's only when students work with the material that it sticks’
A new way to create wave-like motion of arrays of miniaturized artificial cilia
Such wave-like motion or ‘metachrony’ plays an important role in flow generation in microfluidic chips.
Veni-grants for seven TU/e researchers
3D printing of buildings, quantum communication security, AI in education, and models to study aneurysms among the topics to receive NWO…
Millions for research on issues from Dutch Research Agenda
TU/e involved in projects on renewable offshore technology and more sustainable healthcare, among others.
Research on soft robotic heart is granted 10 million
The consortium Holland Hybrid Heart, which includes three TU/e researchers, will receive 10 million euros to develop a soft robotic heart…
Model development and numerical investigation of soot formation in combustion
Abhijit Kalbhor defended his thesis at the department of Mechanical Engineering on July 7th.