TU Eindhoven enters into AI collaboration with universities of Leuven and Aachen
The MoU was signed at the AI week of Aachen on Monday.
The future of AI: “We ourselves will decide the role of systems”
Wijnand IJsselsteijn about the interaction between human and AI model
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…
Improved fiber tractography algorithm for neurosurgical planning
Andrey Zhylka defended his thesis at the Department of Biomedical Engineering on September 8th.
Research on decay of paintings and new environment-scanning mobile networks rewarded with huge European grants
ERC Starting Grants of over 1.5 million euros for Emanuela Bosco and Hamdi Joudeh.
Cardiologist Hareld Kemps appointed full professor at TU Eindhoven
The appointment of the cardiologist underlines the importance of collaboration between academia and the clinical world for innovation in the…
Reducing the computation time of existing algorithms
How to avoid undesirable deadlocks in mathematical graphs
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…
Data Science students accepted into prestigious universities
Three Data Science students are leaving for leading international universities this year after completing their bachelor's degree
The future of AI: “There is always room for unfairness”
AI engineer Hilde Weerts on fairness of algorithms
Soccer robots again world champion and defend title at home next year
Tech United sets a good example for the Orange Lionesses in Bordeaux, France.