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.
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
Grip on Complexity
Pushing forward the foundations and applications of complexity science
Advanced Analysis of Complex Molecular Systems
4D CMS: A national characterization center for 4D-analysis of complex molecular systems
Materials for Regenerative Medicine
Restoring tissue and organ function with intelligent, life-like materials
Design and synthesis of hierarchically structured functional and responsive 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.