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  • January 19, 2023

    Two PPP consortia will kick-off for improving cyber-physical systems

    Reliable Next Generation Actuation Systems project of prof. dr. E.A. Lomonova awarded

  • December 14, 2022

    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...

  • The King Willem-Alexander Tunnel in Maastricht (Photo: Rijkswaterstaat).
    December 13, 2022

    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.

  • December 7, 2022

    Ultrafast writing with light

    Youri van Hees defended his PhD thesis at the department of Applied Physics on December 7th.

  • October 25, 2022

    Theoretical methods for femtomagnetism and ultrafast spintronics

    Maarten Beens defended his PhD thesis at the department of Applied Physics on October 25th.

  • From left to right: Bart Jansen, Olga Mula Hernández, Josefine Proll, Lenneke Kuijer and Bas Overvelde. Alexios Balatsoukas-Stimming is absent from the photo. Photo: Odette Beekmans.
    October 21, 2022

    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.

  • October 11, 2022

    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.

  • Irene Kuling and Lambèr Royakkers (Photos: Angeline Swinkels)
    September 29, 2022

    What future for humanity in a society governed by AI?

    Five hot topics surrounding artificial intelligence in questions and answers.

  • Bart Somers
    August 4, 2022

    Bart Somers: "The combustion engine still has life in it"

    Energy researcher Bart Somers talks to Lieven Scheire about the green future of the internal combustion engine.

  • Collin Drent during the promotion ceremony on 1 July 2022, with his twin brother Melvin, who acted as paranimph, on the left. "My brother and I have always had the same interests. And we can also work very well together."
    July 14, 2022

    New preventive maintenance model can save companies millions

    PhD researcher Collin Drent developed a learning model for the maintenance of expensive high-tech equipment, such as chip-making machines,...

  • July 8, 2022

    Tech United defending two world titles at the robot World Cup 2022

    just as the Dutch Lionesses will aim for victory at Women's Euro 2022, the autonomous soccer and service robots of Tech United will be...

  • The VDL electric bus that is used in Eindhoven.
    July 7, 2022

    Electric buses: good news for climate change. Or could it be better?

    PhD researcher Camiel Beckers has devised smart models that can predict how much energy an electric bus uses, making planning much more...