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.
Robot lionesses and care robots both world champion on RoboCup
Dutch soccer robots and care robot HERO both world champion
Robot lionesses of TU Eindhoven defend world title in Sydney
Follow the soccer robots like Lieke Motors and Vivianne Wheelie live via robocup.live
Using waves to move droplets
Self-cleaning surfaces and laboratories on a chip become even more efficient if we are able to control individual droplets. Eindhoven...
Noud Maes gets cum laude for his PhD research on diesel spray
He studied how liquid fuel can be converted into heat as efficiently as possible.
TU/e wins higher education sustainability award SustainaBul
This year’s winner was determined by the best ‘best practice’ of the institutes. For Eindhoven University of Technology this was Team SOLID....
TU/e appoints dean Philip de Goey (Mechanical Engineering) for a third term
De Goey is the driving force behind the production of energy from the combustion of metal powder.
Robotics team Tech United takes out the trash during housekeeping contest @Home
This year Tech United came out for the first time with their Toyota HSR called "HERO" and became sixth despite their superior digital...
Robot football team TU Eindhoven second at European championship in Portugal
Starting at 2 July, the Eindhoven team will play at the RoboCup world championship in Sydney, defending its 2018 world title.
Millions in funds for research into water electrolysis and complex granular flows
TU/e researchers have received 2.5 million euros in grants to fund their research into water electrolysis and complex granular flows.
New Microsystems PhD student: Mohammad Khorsand Ahmadi
Unraveling forces on cells with artificial microscopic hairs
Jaap den Toonder receives an ERC Advanced Grant of 3 million euros.