Using our traditional strengths in systems engineering and our close ties with industry, we aim to leverage the huge potential of AI to real-world applications in industrial engineering systems.
Our research will focus on these three application areas:
Improved diagnostics Personalized and wearable health systems Better understanding of personal health states Preventive health management
High Tech Systems
Guaranteed machine performance Autonomous machine operation and smart human-operator support Multi-agent robotics Predictive maintenance
Vision and sensor capabilities for autonomous driving Data analytics for effective transportation systems and distributed traffic management Advanced Driver Assistance Systems
EAISI has defined its mission into moonshots, characterized by both audacious ambition and innovative thinking, our moonshots focus on the future, illustrating what could be. Combining ground-breaking research push and market pull with sustainable goals, they are our ‘man on the moon’. Key to fulfilling our ambitions is ongoing collaboration with industry.
If you are as moonstruck as we are, let’s talk.
Contact us at EAISI@tue.nl
Through advanced AI, specialized health support will be delivered anywhere and at any time.
It is our goal to significantly contribute to speeding up the transition towards accident free and zero emission mobility.
Our goal is to develop technologies and protocols that provide trustworthy, anytime, anywhere data.
Merging AI and engineering disciplines, we will pave the way to designing, servicing and operating future autonomous, zero-waste high-tech systems and factories.
This moonshot aims to supplement and support human thinking. This field is known as Intelligence Augmentation (IA).
AI Research labs
Digital Twin Lab
Rapid progress in digitalization and AI is providing numerous opportunities for human-interaction research at TU/e. Connecting the real...
EAISI FAST Lab
The EAISI FAST Lab is a collaboration between TU/e, Lely, Rademaker, Diversey, ExRobotics and Vanderlande. The partners want want their...
EAISI Mobility Lab
Our mobility is currently enabled by a road transport system that is far from sustainable with far too many fatalities and injuries. The...
EAISI AIMM Lab
The EAISI lab “AI-enabled Manufacturing and Maintenance” (AIMM) has been set up to improve decision making in manufacturing and maintenance...
The e/MTIC AI-Lab is aimed at improving personalized treatment by having AI work in close collaboration with the clinical staff and MedTech...
EAISI program management team
Margriet van Schijndel
Pieter Van Gorp