C3Te focuses on multi-disciplinary research in the care and cure domain
The Center for Care & Cure Technology Eindhoven (C3Te) focuses on multi-disciplinary research in the care and cure domain. By connecting the technological strengths of Electrical Engineering and Applied Physics with clinical partners and industry, collective knowledge is expanded leading to sustainable improvement of healthcare. In the last years, C3Te has established a strategic network, in which collaborative innovations for health care in the areas of multimodal sensing, advanced imaging, ICT embedded systems and ubiquitous computing played a crucial role for improving diagnosis and treatment of patients. Additionally, the development of ambulant and unobtrusive monitoring systems contributed to adapting treatment approaches for enhancing patient well-being.Read more
"Draadloos het hoofd in om een implantaat op te laden"
On the 23rd of May, Huib Visser and Tom van Nunen appeared in NRC with an article on wireless charging of brain implants. Please note that this article is only in Dutch.
C3Te aims to create synergistic partnerships between academia, medical centers and industry to strengthen knowledge that is crucial to create novel healthcare technologies to transform the future of healthcare. This 'golden triangle' will ensure connections between engineering research advances and the need for care from the society. Therefore, the focus of the research program is mainly structured around Technology Solutions and Application Areas.
The Center for Care & Cure Technology Eindhoven (C3Te) drives technology development in healthcare by creating synergy between academic, industrial and clinical partners. The close collaboration creates fertile soil for research projects. Here C3Te displays some success stories.
Alarm-Limiting AlgoRithm-based Monitoring
Alarm aims to fuse, process and analyze the unobtrusive vitals and video monitoring of babies to reduce false alarms, monitor motion and…
INTENSE - Innovative NeuroTEchNology for SociEty
Learning based control in MR-guided hyperthermia for 3D adaptive therapy (Learn 2 act)
In Learn-2-Act, a multi-disciplinary consortium will develop learning-based control methods that exploit MR-temperature maps to heat tissue…
NESTOR P15-42 project 5 Wireless system development
NESTOR is a 4-year programme, funded by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (Nederlandse Organisatie voor Wetenschappelijk…
Personalised Neurostimulation: HD-EEG-based transcranial stimulation to treat refractory epilepsy patients
Stimulating the brain with implanted electrodes is a successful, but very drastic measure. Researchers from Eindhoven University of…
Priming the epileptic brain
In Prep, we study if brain stimulation can help to reduce or replace pharmacotherapeutic treatment of epilepsy
TTW 17117 - Unobtrusive Monitoring of Sleep Apnea (UMOSA)
In the project UMOSA, three contactless measurement principles are studied to unobtrusively monitor sleep apnea.
Related Lab Facilities
High Capacity Optical Transmission Lab
The High Capacity Optical Transmission Lab facilitates research on innovative optical fibers and signal processing techniques to enable…
Center for Wireless Technology
The CWTe facilitates research on wireless systems and antennas, raising the Internet of Things to a higher level.
Optical Networks lab
The Darcy Lab offers unique MRI facilities specially equipped for researching the properties of technological porous materials.
The NanoLabTUe offers a unique combination of equipment for developing optical chips and other applications based on compound semiconductor…
NanoAccess makes it possible to produce, process and analyze innovative materials with nanometer accuracy, without releasing the necessary…
Magneto-Optics & Femtosecond lab
Meet some of our Researchers
Myrthe van der Ven
Peter de With
Dook van Mechelen
Fons van der Sommen
Gerard de Haan
Carola van Pul
Related Research Groups
C3Te stimulates collaborations of research groups working on care & cure technology within the Departments of Electrical Engineering and the Department of Applied Physics of the TU/e.
Biomedical Diagnostics Lab
Clinical relevance is our commitment, achieved through close collaboration with selected clinical/industrial partners and advisors.
The Research Laboratory on Electromagnetics for Care & Cure (EM4C&C) is an important and fast growing topic within the Electromagnetics…
Video Coding & Architectures
Dynamic Networks: Data-Driven Modeling and Control
We develop methods and tools for the modeling of dynamic networks on the basis of operational data, to be used as a basis for model-based…
Our goal is to create constructive design trajectories for electronic systems that lead to high-quality, cost-effective systems with…
The research area of the group is advanced purely-analog and mixed-signal IC design (RF/IF/LF), applied to frontends, especially for…
Constrained Control of Complex Systems
The C3S Lab focuses on stability and control of complex dynamical systems subject to constraints. Complex dynamical systems typically…
Electromechanics and Power Electronics
We carry out fundamental research on the energy conversion theory, methods, and systems, that serve as enabling technologies for future…
Electrical Energy Systems
Welcome to our group focusing on the future of energy systems, where sustainability and energy intertwine to shape a better world. Our…
The MBx group develops technologies based on micro- and nanoparticles for monitoring patients and for treating diseases. Towards this goal,…
Physics of Nanostructures
We explore novel ways of controlling the electron spin and magnetic textures at the nanoscale for a wide range of applications.
School of Medical Physics and Engineering Eindhoven (SMPE/e)
The main section about SMPE/e is only available in Dutch, since the focus is on Dutch Healthcare.
Soft Matter and Biological Physics
Enabling a sustainable, functional and resource-efficient next generation of materials by uncovering the physical mechanisms underlying the…
Elementary Processes in Gas Discharges
We study the elementary processes in gas discharges through a mix of theory, modeling and the development of diagnostics.
Fluids and Flows
The Fluids and Flows (F&F) group addresses fundamental questions in fluid dynamics in an integrated approach.
The synergy of technology and biomedical sciences could generate substantial gains for partners collaborating within the field of care & cure. In general, through tight collaborative approaches ensure that technology development keeps a focus on the various technological, economic and value-based care demand that influence the application in the healthcare area. An important strategic partner is the Eindhoven MedTech Center (e/MITC) with its large-scale research collaboration between the Catharina Hospital, the Maxima Medical Center, Kempenhaeghe Epilepsy and Sleep Center, Royal Philips Eindhoven and the Eindhoven University of Technology.
Our most recent peer reviewed publications
Prognostic Value of Combined Biomarkers in Patients With Heart FailureAnnals of Laboratory Medicine (2023)
Automated detection and classification of patient–ventilator asynchrony by means of machine learning and simulated dataComputer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine (2023)
Clinical Trial ProtocolEuropean Urology Open Science (2023)
Carotid Doppler ultrasound for non-invasive haemodynamic monitoringPhysiological Measurement (2023)
The Accuracy of Wrist-Worn Photoplethysmogram-Measured Heart and Respiratory Rates in Abdominal Surgery PatientsJMIR Perioperative Medicine (2023)
Visiting addressBuilding 19 - Flux 9.096Groene LoperEindhovenNetherlands
Visiting addressFlux 9.096Building number 19Groene LoperEindhovenNetherlands
Postal addressDepartment of Electrical EngineeringP.O. Box 513 - Building 19 - Flux 9.0965600 MB EindhovenNetherlands
Postal addressDepartment of Electrical EngineeringP.O. Box 513 - Building 19 - Flux 9.096PO Box 5135600 MB EindhovenNetherlands
Project OfficerNoortje Baxn.a.m.bax@ tue.nl
Office AssistentDaniëlle van der Hagenc3te@ tue.nl
Scientific DirectorGeneral informationRequest for copy E-mailc3te@ tue.nl