ICMS News Archive
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.
Microfluidic droplets to interrogate single-cell immune communication
Bart Tiemeijer defended his thesis at the Department of Biomedical Engineering on September 8th.
DSM Biomedical joins hands with the Institute for Complex Molecular Systems (ICMS)
Mimicking healthy and degenerated intervertebral discs to address back pain
Elias Salzer defended his thesis at the Department of Biomedical Engineering on September 1st.
ERC Advanced Grant for René Janssen and his research on more efficient solar cells
Janssen is using the prestigious European top grant, worth three million euros, to develop perovskite solar cells with efficiencies as high…
Veni-grants for seven TU/e researchers
3D printing of buildings, quantum communication security, AI in education, and models to study aneurysms among the topics to receive NWO…
Talented postdoc Fabian Sobotta received Walter-Benjamin stipendium
Last week Sobotta was awarded a a prestigious personal fellowship to work on forefront polymer science at TU/e the coming years.
How molecular structures move over time
Describing the nonadiabatic dynamics of molecular, spin-unpolarised systems
Research on soft robotic heart is granted 10 million
The consortium Holland Hybrid Heart, which includes three TU/e researchers, will receive 10 million euros to develop a soft robotic heart…
Frank Baaijens awarded the Huiskes Medal for Biomechanics
Former TU/e rector magnificus and professor of Soft Tissue Biomechanics and Tissue Engineering Frank Baaijens is the first Dutch scientist…
New routes towards sustainable composites to facilitate recycling
Stan Looijmans defended his PhD thesis at the department of Mechanical Engineering on July 3rd.