Our Focus Areas
The seven focus areas of HTSC are innovative and will continue to develop complex engineering.
TU/e HTSC entails to create generic methods and paradigm shifts into Open World robotic system solutions that addresses topics as scalability, managing complexity, explainability, learning, interoperability and reconfiguration.
Industrial Internet of Things
The Internet of Things is rapidly transforming industry. At the heart of IIoT is the gathering, analyzing and sharing of meaningful and actionable data between systems...
In all controlled areas, from laboratories to manufacturing plants, contamination control is vital in ensuring that work can be carried out safely and efficiently.
Optomechatronics is by definition always multi-disciplinary as optical technology (Applied Physics) is, as a minimum, coupled with (precision) Mechanical Engineering and Electrical Engineering.
Scientific Intrumentation and Metrology
Precision equipment used in scientific applications and for accurate metrology are typically products that are offspring of academic research.
Digital engineering refers to the application of computerized systems for system engineering processes; it thus requires the bringing together of descriptive and constructive models...
After a first wave of database-driven AI applications, a second wave of sensor-driven AI applications is about to take place. HTSC aims to be at the forefront of this revolution.
In the Spotlight
Researcher in the Spotlight: Nicky Jonkers
Researcher in the Spotlight: Margot Neggers
Researcher in the Spotlight: Enzo Evers
Researcher in the Spotlight: Andrei Kozhevnikov
Researcher in the Spotlight: Samuil Aleksandrov
Researcher in the Spotlight: Lie Wang
Researcher in the Spotlight: Amritam Das
Researcher in the Spotlight: Hao Liang Chen
Researcher in the Spotlight: Judith van Huijstee
Researcher in the Spotlight: Ralf Reinartz
Researcher in the Spotlight: Rick Baade
Researcher in the Spotlight: Daming Lou
Researcher in the Spotlight: Boy van Minderhout
Researcher in the Spotlight: Bijan Goshayeshi
Researcher in the Spotlight: Ferdie Reijnen
Researcher in the Spotlight: Jordy Senden
Researcher in the Spotlight: David van den Hurk
Researcher in the Spotlight: Rishi Mohan
Researcher in the Spotlight: Robin de Rozario
Researcher in the Spotlight: Xingang Cao
Researcher in the Spotlight: Jeffrey van Pinxteren
Researcher in the Spotlight: Kousar Aslam
Researcher in the Spotlight: Steyn Westbeek
Researcher in the Spotlight: Thomas Hafkamp
Researcher in the Spotlight: Thomas Neele
Researcher in the Spotlight: Bob Hendrikx
Researcher in the Spotlight: Dolf Klomp
Researcher in the Spotlight: Sven Sperling
Researcher in the Spotlight: Kay Peeters
Researcher in the Spotlight: Ruben Merks
Researcher in the Spotlight: Clarisse Pétua Bosman Barros
Researcher in the Spotlight: Lennart Blanken
Researcher in the Spotlight: Liang Li
Researcher in the Spotlight: Ruben Jonk
Meet our team
Gregor van Baars
Research Support High Tech Systems Center / EAISI
AI Program Manager Robotics
Related research groups
The High Tech Systems Center groups its research activities in the domain of complex high tech mechatronic systems into one top level research center. By combining the expertise from at least four departments: mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, mathematics and computer science and applied physics, the HTSC addresses the complexity problems of future high tech systems design.
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…
Electromechanics and Power Electronics
We carry out fundamental research on the energy conversion theory, methods, and systems, that serve as enabling technologies for future…
The research field of CS is the area of dynamic modelling and model-based control of complex dynamic systems.
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…
Dynamics and Control
Our mission is to perform top-level research and train next-generation students on the topic of understanding and predicting the dynamics of…
The High Tech Systems Center undertakes strategic collaborations to arrive at breakthrough innovations within the industry.
TU Eindhoven’s High Tech Systems Center (HTSC) joined forces with TNO in the NOMI (Nano Opto-Mechatronics Instruments) collaboration. Together they will drive technology innovations to develop instruments to image, measure and fabricate devices at the level of individual atoms. NOMI innovations is based on the vision of the future where humanity will solve many of future’s challenges in data, energy and life sciences by a continuous miniaturization in device fabrication down to an atomic scale. The applications include nanometrology and nanomanufacturing for nanoelectronics, bio-medical and scientific explorations.
Together with Wageningen University & Research (WUR), TNO E and Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), started the Digital Food Processing Initiative (DFPI). With the expertise in food science from WUR and the expertise in high-tech from TNO (applied research) and TU/e (fundamental research) this initiative will enable digitally controlled food production innovations. This initiative will collaborate with the food industry to translate ideas more easily
to the market. DFPI focuses on six propositions: equipment development, sustainable food solutions, advanced process control, new product development, personalised food, and food experience.
AMSYSTEMS Center is a joint innovation center for additive manufacturing which focuses predominantly on the development of production equipment for smart, personalized and multi-functional products. The center is founded by Dutch research organization TNO and Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). TNO and TU/e HTSC have years of experience in additive manufacturing at their disposal and are making the step towards the next generation of integrated production systems. The center undertakes fundamental and applied research programs to arrive at innovations that ultimately make it to the marketplace via the affiliated companies or spin-offs that are created. At AMSYSTEMS Center experts and scientists are working, who understand the emerging 3D-printing industry needs.