• March 20, 2023

    Wijnand IJsselsteijn selected as Distinguished NIAS-Lorentz Fellow 2024/25

    IJsselsteijn has been awarded the Distinguished NIAS-Lorentz Fellowship 2024/25 for his research on progressively lifelike virtual…

  • March 16, 2023
    Transparancy concerns affect how people perceive and trust AI

    Explain how the algorithm works so I can trust it!

    New research states that transparency concerns affect the fairness, accountability, and privacy perceptions of algorithmic decision-making…

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    March 16, 2023

    Optimization of Cell-Aware Test

    Zhan Gao defended her PhD thesis at the department of Electrical Engineering on March 10th.

  • February 22, 2023

    Chasing varieties in infinite dimensions

    Alessandro Danelon defended his PhD thesis at the department of Mathematics and Computer Science on February 17th.

  • Coen Hurkmans (Photo: Catharina Hospital)
    February 20, 2023

    Coen Hurkmans seventh specialist from Catharina Hospital to be appointed professor at TU/e

    The appointment of the clinical physicist underlines the importance of collaboration between academia and the clinical world for innovation…

  • Patient gets a smart plaster at Catharina Hospital (Photo: Catharina Hospital)
    February 10, 2023

    Smart patch takes over time-consuming work of nurses

    The research project is a collaboration of TU/e, Catharina Hospital and Philips within e/MTIC.

  • January 10, 2023

    ROBUST AI program receives additional €25 million in funding from Dutch Research Council

    ROBUST focuses primarily on the development of trustworthy AI technology for the resolution of socially relevant issues, such as those in…

  • From left to right: Robert-Jan Smits, Nicole Ummelen and Frank Baaijens
    January 10, 2023

    All the best for 2023!

    Read the New Year's message of the TU/e board here.

  • December 21, 2022

    Message passing-based inference in hierarchical autoregressive models

    Albert Podusenko defended his thesis at the department of Electrical Engineering on December 20th.

  • Elena Torta
    December 21, 2022

    Elena Torta wants to teach robots how to deal with chaos, and that's "a huge challenge"

    In part one of our end-of-year interview series we talk with Elena Torta about her fascination with robots and their interaction with…

  • December 20, 2022

    Perseverance Awards for go-getters at M&CS

    For the first time, the Mathematics & Computer Science board presented Perseverance Awards to scientists who narrowly missed out on a major…

  • December 19, 2022

    Algorithms for clean, complete data to manage mobility

    Bram Custers seeks to provide algorithms that give rise to smart cities.