ICMS News Archive
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
2023 ICMS Publication Award for Harm van der Veer
The rules of growing tissue
Laura Rijns defended her PhD thesis cum laude at the Department of Biomedical Engineering on November 10th.
Continuous Monitoring System for Health Indicators
Laura van Smeden defended her thesis at the Department of Biomedical Engineering on November 7.
Six TU/e researchers appointed fellows of the new Netherlands Academy of Engineering
The academy wants to ensure that new technological developments are employed to address critical societal issues such as sustainability,…
Queen Máxima impressed by TU/e exhibition at DDW
Queen Máxima paid an informal visit to the Dutch Design Week on Thursday, taking ample time to explore the TU/e exhibition 'Drivers of…
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…
A heartbeat for soft robots aiming to improve lives of millions of patients
For his PhD research Luuk van Laake developed a control system for a future artificial heart that beats without any electronic components.…
Shining a new light on cell response in the body
Researchers develop a new, light-responsive hydrogel upon which cells can grow to study how cells deal with changes in their environment.
HydroSpacers that mimic the loadability of natural cartilage
Rienk Schuiringa defended his thesis at the Department of Biomedical Engineering on September 21.
New model to help valorize lignin for bio-based applications
The new model has been published in the journal Green Chemistry.
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…