Our seven focus areas
The research on Complex Molecular Systems highlights the research of TU/e scientists in seven focus areas: Polymer Science and Technology, Chemical Biology, Grip on Complexity, Advanced Analysis of Complex Molecular Systems, Molecular Devices, Materials and Regenerative Medicine and Functional Supramolecular Systems.
Grip on Complexity
Pushing forward the foundations and applications of complexity science
Developing a molecular systems approach to understand and modulate biomolecular networks for the design of new therapies and diagnostics
Polymer Science and Technology
Connecting the entire chain of knowledge to understand structure-property relationships and design new and improved materials
Advanced Analysis of Complex Molecular Systems
4D CMS: A national characterization center for 4D-analysis of complex molecular systems
Design and synthesis of hierarchically structured functional and responsive materials
Materials for Regenerative Medicine
Restoring tissue and organ function with intelligent, life-like materials
Functional Supramolecular Systems
Constructing functional, life-like molecular systems
TU/e research in Complex Molecular Systems thrives thanks to alliances with industry and research institutions, both nationally and internationally. These provide meaningful input, enhance the research relevance and strengthen the TU/e efforts in mastering complexity.