Eindhoven MedTech Innovation Center
Improving value based healthcare by creating and expanding an ecosystem that enables a fast track to high-tech health innovations.
Health at TU/e covers 7 focus areas: Bio-molecular Sensing, Data Science in Health, Healthy Daily Living, Medical Imaging and Monitoring, Monitor - Diagnose and Present, Regenerative Medicine and Robotics.
Bio-molecular Sensing is an area of research where technologies are being developed for measuring biomolecular markers in bodily fluids and...
Data Science in Health
Based on realworld data, we are developing datadriven analyses which take into account operational processes and decision rules.
Health Daily Living
Our society is faced with a number of major challenges including health-related ones, such as aging, obesity, cardio-vascular diseases or...
Medical Imaging and Monitoring
Imaging plays a crucial role in current healthcare practice. It is used in screening to detect diseases early, in making accurate diagnoses,...
Monitor, Diagnose & Present
The area Monitor Diagnose & Present, although not speci c to any disease or sub-area of Health, is characterized by a methodology concerned...
Regenerative medicine, at the interface of engineering and life sciences, exploits the properties of living cells, in combination with...
The robotics research group, part of the faculty of Mechanical Engineering, focuses on both healthcare and surgical robotics. In surgery,...
Engineering solutions that will impact people's health
TU/e contributes to the progress of technical sciences and the development of technological innovations. Its research plays a significant role in the international scientific community.
Our society faces numerous challenges in the field of healthcare. These include an ageing population, a growing number of people with lifestyle related diseases like obesity and diabetes and other chronic diseases, as well as rapidly rising staff shortages. These challenges require new products and services in the healthcare industry and technology can play a crucial role in addressing those challenges.
That is why Health has been a key focus at TU/e for many years. In fact, TU/e was the first Dutch university to offer a bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Engineering, and Health is now one of TU/e’s three strategic areas, positioning the university as a leader in this field. Technology with a human face.Read more
Meet our team
Pieter Van Gorp
Peter de With
Carmen van Vilsteren
Our student teams
The Tech United @Home team is a student team developing autonomous robots that can enable people to live longer in their home.
Blue Jay Eindhoven
To create your future drone assistant in healthcare
iGEM, Internationally Genetically Engineered Machine, is an academic competition aimed at improving peoples’ understanding of synthetic...
T.E.S.T. competes in the annual SensUs competition, striving to transform healthcare by developing innovative new biosensors.
SensUs is the yearly international student competition on sensors for health.
Our educational programs
TU/e offers various Health related programs at BSc, MSc, PDEng and PhD level. There is also an Honors program.
Bachelor Biomedical Engineering
Major Medical Sciences and Technology
Unravel biological processes in organs, tissues, cells and molecules of the human body. Combine this knowledge with the basics of ...
Bachelor Psychology & Technology
Mastertrack Care and Cure
Master Medical Engineering
Do technological research to improve healthcare. Work in a clinical environment and focus on specific patients.
Health Honors program
A Master’s honors program consists of two interrelated components: personal leadership development and professional development.
PDEng Clinical Informatics
PDEng Healthcare Systems Design
PDEng Design and Technology of Instrumentation
PDEng Qualified Medical Engineer
This program is in Dutch, therefore Dutch at level C1 or C2 is required. TU/e offers two-year post-master designer's programs. Like a...
Life Sciences and Engineering graduate program
Education and PhD projects in which you will do technological research to improve healthcare. You apply math, physics and chemistry to...
Meet our partners
Making healthcare more efficient, so that it contributes to a better quality of life, requires new products and services. That is why TU/e is developing new technologies to make care more patient-oriented. TU/e collaborates with a wide variety of industrial and medical partners to help achieve this goal.
Visiting addressStrategic Area HealthMetaForum 3.093Groene Loper 55612 AZ EindhovenThe Netherlands
Postal addressStrategic Area HealthPO Box 5135600 MB EindhovenThe Netherlands
SecretaryErica PeijnenburgMetaForum 3.093health@ tue.nl
Communication advisorSacha ClaessensMetaForum 3.091s.m.j.claessens@ tue.nl