ICMS news archive

ICMS News Archive

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    March 9, 2023

    How do cells spread word upon a viral infection?

    For her cum laude PhD research, Laura Van Eyndhoven explored how so-called first responder cells inform immune cells about a viral infection…

  • February 23, 2023

    Vici grant to help Patricia Dankers turn dreams into reality

    Patricia Dankers has been awarded the grant worth 1.5 million euros to realize her dream of making a synthetic extracellular matrix that…

  • Researcher Riccardo Ollearo shows how the photodiode (right) picks up the signal from his finger, allowing him to see how fast his heart is beating on the screen  (left). (Photo: Bart van Overbeeke)
    February 17, 2023

    This ‘Harry Potter’ light sensor achieves magically high efficiency of 200 per cent

    Using green light and a double-layered cell, PhD researcher Riccardo Ollearo has come up with a photodiode that has sensitivity that many…

  • January 26, 2023

    Cardboard with a more sustainable coating

    Sterre Bakker defends her thesis at the department of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry on January 27, 2023.

  • From left to right: Robert-Jan Smits, Nicole Ummelen and Frank Baaijens
    January 10, 2023

    All the best for 2023!

    Read the New Year's message of the TU/e board here.

  • December 16, 2022

    Simulations of thermally activated delayed fluorescence organic light-emitting diodes

    Christoph Hauenstein defended his PhD thesis at the department of Applied Physics on December 15th.

  • December 5, 2022
    New Mechanical Engineering dean Patrick Anderson

    A catalyst for connection in a growing department

    Patrick Anderson is one of three new deans appointed on September 1st to the departments of Applied Physics & Science Education, Mechanical…

  • Bas Overvelde
    November 30, 2022

    Early career award for pioneering research on soft robotics

    Researcher Bas Overvelde receives Early Career Award from KNAW.

  • November 22, 2022

    Embarking on a new adventure with a huge European grant

  • The iGem-team after their victory in Paris
    October 28, 2022

    Smart cells Eindhoven students triumph in Paris

    Student team iGEM TU/e developed a therapy for autoimmune diseases.

  • From left to right: Bart Jansen, Olga Mula Hernández, Josefine Proll, Lenneke Kuijer and Bas Overvelde. Alexios Balatsoukas-Stimming is absent from the photo. Photo: Odette Beekmans.
    October 21, 2022

    Eindhoven Young Academy of Engineering welcomes six new members

    The six researchers want to make the TU/e a better place for early-career academics, engineers and designers.

  • October 18, 2022

    Continuous biomarker monitoring with single molecule resolution by measuring free particle motion

    Publication in Nature Communications for TU/e researchers in the field of Molecular Biosensing.