ERC Consolidator Grant of 2 million euros for three TU/e researchers
The researchers are all involved in building a digital future that is both fast and energy-efficient
Experience the change with the 20 TU/e projects at the Dutch Design Week
With the 'Drivers of Change' exhibition on the Ketelhuisplein, TU/e is once again at the heart of the Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven from…
First Eindhoven-Taiwan Summer School on semiconductors and photonics to take place at TU/e
The inaugural summer school brings together leaders from academia and industry from the Netherlands and Taiwan, and offers critical insights…
TU/e spin-off SMART Photonics secures 100 million in additional funding
New lenders include players from the semiconductor industry and financial institutions.
Successful demonstration of first quantum secured local governmental connection in the Netherlands
On the 29th of June, TU/e together with WeConnect and Het Huis van Waalre successfully demonstrated the first quantum secured local…
First quantum secured governmental connection in the Netherlands
Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) is proud to announce that on the 29th of June the first local governmental connection with secure…
TU/e and NXP to collaborate on new technology for wireless communication
Both parties will make knowledge, data, employees and students available.
Eight years of rector Frank Baaijens = eight years of passion for talent
Talking Science: the new TU/e pitch competition
Talking Science, the new science pitching competition for PhD and EngD researchers, takes place on June 8th during the Research Day.
Award-winning photonic sensor chip enables a materials sensor in everyone’s pocket
TU/e spinoff MantiSpectra wins prestigious Hermes Award at Hannover Messe in recognition of its groundbreaking ChipSense device.
Queen Máxima shows great interest during photonics visit at EHCI (in pictures)
Queen Máxima visited the Eindhoven Hendrik Casimir Institute (EHCI) on Thursday, the center of our photonics research. Students and…
New approach for Majorana research in short nanowires
Majorana particles are one of several promising candidates for stable quantum bits, the building blocks of quantum computers.