First major test of TU/e spin-off RIFT successful: 500 houses in Helmond CO2-neutrally heated
RIFT additionally raises enough funding for the next phase of development.
Highly sensitive measurement technique leads to better solar cell
For his PhD research, Bas van Gorkom developed a new way to measure defects in perovskite - a material used to make solar cells more…
Heleen de Coninck appointed deputy chair of Dutch Scientific Climate Council
The council advises the Dutch government on climate policy, based on independent scientific expertise.
TU/e in the picture for millions of travelers at Eindhoven Airport
Various student teams and spin-offs will be featured at the airport, with the displays changing every few months.
Cleaning up energy production by a better understanding of hydrocarbon combustion
Robin Doddema defended his PhD thesis at the department of Mechanical Engineering.
Focus on Energy and Health for Eindhoven University Fund
Alumni donations make radical research possible through the new UFe theme funds.
Boris and Axel Fund helps students with innovative projects
The fund supports projects on sustainability, sports and inclusiveness.
Angèle Reinders new director Solliance
Angèle Reinders, professor at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), has been appointed Solliance's new director. Reinders will lead the…
Fault-Tolerant Power Amplification
Darian Retianza defended his PhD thesis at the department of Electrical Engineering on January 31st.
‘I want to be part of the group, not sit in an ivory tower’
King Willem-Alexander opens ELEO battery production plant in Helmond
The TU/e startup makes high-performance battery systems for a variety of industrial applications.
Tailor-made carbon electrodes for redox flow batteries
In a new collaboration, TU/e and Schunk Group jointly work on scaling up the manufacturing process of novel carbon-based electrodes while…