ASML and Eindhoven University of Technology strengthen longstanding collaboration
Stronger partnership through extended joint research programs and collaborative facilities
Mastering steel deformation
Tijmen Vermeij researched how to make steel lighter, stronger and more durable. He received his doctorate cum laude from the Faculty of…
Award-winning photonic sensor chip enables a materials sensor in everyone’s pocket
TU/e spinoff MantiSpectra wins prestigious Hermes Award at Hannover Messe in recognition of its groundbreaking ChipSense device.
More and more mission critical systems are using AI for improved security, safety and health
Longstanding TU/e and JADS partner Demcon launches data-driven solutions business line.
Prince Constantijn opens new TU/e building Neuron for AI and education
Completely renovated building serves as home to the AI Institute EAISI, new teaching spaces and hundreds of additional study areas.
Two PPP consortia will kick-off for improving cyber-physical systems
Reliable Next Generation Actuation Systems project of prof. dr. E.A. Lomonova awarded
Back to the Beginning: Radio waves from the deep space past
After four years in Australia, Mike Kriele returned to the Netherlands to defend his thesis and shared his research on the Square Kilometer…
How can we make tunnels safe and fast for traffic?
Using smart algorithms, PhD researcher Lars Moormann has made the design of tunnel control systems much more efficient.
Ultrafast writing with light
Youri van Hees defended his PhD thesis at the department of Applied Physics on December 7th.
Theoretical methods for femtomagnetism and ultrafast spintronics
Maarten Beens defended his PhD thesis at the department of Applied Physics on October 25th.
Eindhoven Young Academy of Engineering welcomes six new members
The six researchers want to make the TU/e a better place for early-career academics, engineers and designers.
Millimeter-Wave Channel Sounding: Exploring the Wireless Highway of Tomorrow
Robbert Schulpen defended his PhD thesis at the department of Electrical Engineering on October 11th.