Artificial Intelligence

AI for the real world

Artificial Intelligence plays a key role in the research of TU/e. Using our traditional strengths in systems engineering and our close ties with industry, we aim to develop a next generation machine-data driven intelligence, which is closely connected to the open world through data and algorithms, human-technology interaction and engineering systems.



Eindhoven AI Systems Institute

The Eindhoven AI Systems Institute brings together all AI activities of the TU/e. Here, top researchers from various research groups work together to create new and exciting AI applications with a direct impact on the real world.  

They do this in close collaboration with our student teams and representatives from industry. TU/e now has many job opportunities for young AI talent.


In the spotlight

AI Vacancies

EAISI focuses on deepening AI through innovative research in data and algorithms, widening AI by bringing in the human element: ethics, law and society and making AI a fundamental part of all engineering applications. Because TU/e is located in the Eindhoven Brainport region it is easy to connect with industry and quickly take AI applications to the next level.

In order to advance AI related research TU/e has many research vacancies varying from assistant professor, associate professor to full professor. Please see our vacancy page and join us!

Related research groups

Many of our research use AI for their research. These research groups have one or more projects on Artificial Intelligence.

Department of Mathematics and Computer Science

Artificial Intelligence

The AI-group primarily focuses on the fundamentals, techniques, and tools/frameworks for successful applications of AI. It strenghtens the...

Department of industrial engineering & innovation sciences

Human Technology Interaction

The Human-Technology Interaction (HTI) group analyzes people’s interaction with technology with the aim to better understand and improve the...

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Dynamics and Control

Our mission is to conduct high-level research in the area of Dynamics and Control, with the emphasis on modeling, analysis and control of...

Department of Electrical Engineering

Control Systems

The research field of CS is the area of dynamic modelling and model-based control of complex dynamic systems.

Department of Mathematics and Computer Science

Software Engineering and Technology

The objective of the Software Engineering and Technology group is to develop methods and tools for time- and cost-efficient evolution of...

Electromechanics and Power Electronics (EPE)

The mission of the EPE group is to carry out fundamental research on electromechanics, power electronics and motion systems.

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Control Systems Technology

The mission of the CST group is to develop new methods and tools in the area of Systems Theory, Control Engineering and Mechatronics. The...

Department of Electrical Engineering

Signal Processing Systems

Enabling the digital revolution through theories, algorithms, architectures and solutions for analyzing and interpreting signals, images,...

Department of Electrical Engineering

Electronic Systems

Our goal is to create constructive design trajectories for electronic systems that lead to high-quality, cost-effective systems with...


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