Brainpower to the rescue
Mobility is a basic human need. It is a prerequisite for a healthy economy and sustainable society. However, our current mobility system is far from sustainable. In fact, pollution, noise, congestion, inefficient use of public space and high accidents rates are drastically impacting on the economy and our well-being.
At TU/e we believe that a future of fully sustainable mobility is possible and within reach. In fact, our students and over 200 researchers who conduct research on mobility related issues, are committed to accelerate the transition to a sustainable mobile future.Read more
Carlo van de Weijer
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TU/e related student teams
Control Systems Technology
The Strategic Area Smart Mobility has the following focus areas
Inherently Safe MobilityThis focus area contains advanced driver assistance systems, automotive WIFI and 5G cellular...
Inherently Clean and Energy efficient mobilityThis focus area contains clean and energy efficient mobility fuels from electricity, cleaner engines,...
Cutting cost of congestion and logisticsThis focus area contains data science & logistics, distributed traffic management and V2X systems...
Solve spatial issues around mobilityThis focus area contains research of active modalities as walking and cycling, smart cities, new...
Make mobility available and improve its qualityThis focus area researches high quality mobility automated driving, affordable mobility-as-a-service. ...
Automotive Student Teams
TU/e has various student teams focusing on enhancing our mobility future
The ATeam envisions a world in which anyone, of any age, or with any disability enjoys the freedom of mobility.
InMotion will be the first student team ever to compete in one of the most prestigious motorsport events of all times: the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Solar Team Eindhoven
Solar Team Eindhoven contributes to a clean world. Our passion is to develop a solar car that is ready for the market of tomorrow.
We already developed a bus that could run on formic acid. We are currently building a system to generate electricity from Hydrozine; a sustainably produced formic acid.
We are building Noah: the world's first circular car. Noah is a fully electric city car with a chassis, body panels and interior made from a bio-composite.
University Racing Eindhoven
In 2018, we will not only build the electric successor to the URE12, we will also convert our URE11 into the first autonomous racecar of the Benelux!