C3Te covers four essential areas where electrical engineering technologies can make a significant contribution: perinatology (mother&child care), cardiology, oncology, neurology
The Center for Care & Cure Technology Eindhoven (C3Te) focuses on multi-disciplinary research and innovation in the field of healthcare. The technological strengths of the TU/e Department of Electrical Engineering play a crucial role in this work, including sensing, modeling, imaging, monitoring, minimally-invasive interventions, ICT embedded systems and ubiquitous computing.Read more
Symposium 'NeuroStimulate: The Future'
On the sunny afternoon of Wednesday May 24th, student association Eir organized their first symposium. The visitors of the symposium could enjoy the view on the rooftop terrace on one side as well as a variety of interesting talks right in from of them.Read more
C3Te Colloquium: 'PerStim, a new approach to neurostimulation'
On May 10th 2020, the Center for Care & Cure Technology Eindhoven (C3Te) organized their first colloquium on neurostimulation.Read more
Meet some of our Researchers
Marion Matters - Kammerer
Strategic collaboration is established with regional hospitals: Maxima Medisch Centrum, Catharina ziekenhuis and Kempenhaeghe. Also AMC, Erasmus and Jeroen Bosch ziekenhuis are important partners in clinical research.
A flourishing industrial environment in the Healthcare area represents an additional strength point, given the existing tight collaboration of Electrical Engineering with several industrial partners, especially aimed at the implementation and valorisation of our scientific and technical results. Particularly the healthcare area, being so variegated and multidisciplinary, experiences the growth of many small companies. Through collaboration with the TU/e Innovation Lab, Electrical Engineering can exploit this opportunity with new healthcare ventures. Electrical Engineering has already a strong track record with successful spinoffs such as Medecs, Vabrema, and Nemo Healthcare. When successful, spinoff companies can open up additional funding opportunities.
In general, through tight collaboration with strategic clinical and industrial partners, Electrical Engineering can aim at establishing itself as an example for the unique combination of academic excellence and clinical/industrial relevance. TU/e is recognized worldwide for the ability to collaborate with industrial partners, easing our networking strategy also in the healthcare area.
Related Research Groups
The C3Te is a collaboration of six research groups within the Electrical Engineering department of TU/e.
Clinical relevance is our commitment, achieved through close collaboration with selected clinical/industrial partners and advisors.
Constrained Control of Complex Systems (C3S)
The C3S Lab focuses on stability and control of complex dynamical systems subject to constraints. Complex dynamical systems typically...
Enable 'electromagnetic engineering' by developing new modeling strategies for analysis and synthesis of a range of applications, e.g....
Our goal is to create constructive design trajectories for electronic systems that lead to high-quality, cost-effective systems with...
Integrated Circuits (IC) formerly named Mixed-signal Microelectronics (MsM)
The MSM group carries out fundamental research on RF and mixed-signal IC design applied to front ends, including the AD and DA conversion.
Video Coding & Architectures
Our most recent peer reviewed publications
Deep learning approach for ECG-based automated sleep state classification in preterm infantsBiomedical Signal Processing and Control (2020)
Epileptic seizures associated with syncopeEpilepsy and Behavior (2019)
Author correctionNature Communications (2019)
The yield of long-term electrocardiographic recordings in refractory focal epilepsyEpilepsia (2019)
Head orientation and electrode placement potentially influence fetal scalp ECG waveformPLoS ONE (2019)