Wijnand IJsselsteijn keynote speaker at Alzheimer Europe Congress
The conference is a great opportunity for dementia experts to meet, learn from one another and share knowledge and experiences. This year's...
Major grant for research into ethically responsible innovations
The aim is to get a better moral understanding of the impact of disruptive technologies on society
TU/e announces EAISI: new institute for intelligent machines
The University of Technology in Eindhoven will take on fifty additional professors for education and research in the field of AI.
TU/e opens Social Robotics Lab
Robots are increasingly popping up in our daily lives, not only in factories and warehouses, but also at airports, schools and in...
Smart strategy can save open-plan offices up to 25 percent of energy on lighting
Saving energy without compromising on user comfort
TU/e well represented at CHI 19
TU/e was, again, well represented at the biggest and most important conference in the field of Computer-Human Interaction, the CHI’19
Our (social) robotics research in tv show "Goedemorgen Nederland"
More and more robots and humans work together in the workplace. This requires a good understanding of eachother. Our social robotics...
The future of the Artificial Womb
Part-time professor and neonatologist at Máxima Medical Center, Guid Oei, researcher Mark Thielen and ethicist Lily Frank talk about the...
Wijnand IJsselsteijn keynote speaker at Persuasive Technology 2019
From 09 – 11 April the 14th international conference on persuasive technology will take place in Limassol, Cyprus. Wijnand IJsselsteijn will...
New method makes the experience of sleeplessness more visible
New research underlines that sleep misperception is a real problem for insomnia patients, which should be taken seriously.
De-Escalate on BBC World Service
BBC World Service reports on living lab experiments in Eindhoven, part of the NWO funded De-Escalate project.
Fighting sleep disorders with gadgets?
Fighting sleep disorders with gadgets? They can be useful but also cause unnecessary worries, says Sebastiaan Overeem professor of...