New antenna technology for extremely fast 5G and 6G successfully tested on TU/e campus
Many connected devices, films downloaded in seconds, autonomous driving: the extremely fast 5G should make all this possible. The problem is...
Measurement of uterine contractions could predict the outcome of in vitro fertilization
In vitro fertilization (IVF) is considered as the gold standard of assisted reproductive technologies. Yet, the failure rate for IVF...
TU/e and Dutch tech sector join hands: working together on smart AI applications
TU/e wants to involve the business community at an early stage in the development of new applications of artificial intelligence (AI). Small...
AI coalition wants algorithms to work for everyone
Artificial Intelligence (AI) plays an increasingly important role in our economy and society. To ensure that the Netherlands does not lag...
Multimillion grant brings artificial womb one step closer
An important step towards the realization of an artificial womb for premature babies.
Eindhoven Young Academy of Engineering welcomes 7 new members
The Eindhoven Young Academy of Engineering is proud to install 7 new members. They are: dr. ir. Yoeri v.d. Burgt, dr. Yali Tang (both...
TeraNova, the first interdepartmental Applied Physics/Electrical Engineering start-up founded
Radboud University and TU/e to collaborate on new generation of astronomy instruments
On 20 September the universities sign the agreement and will officially start the Center for Astronomical Instrumentation (CAI).
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
Coen Custers promoted cum laude for his research into high-precision bearingless planar motors
Overactuated magnetically levitated systems : flexible modes and eddy current phenomena in high-precision bearingless planar motors.
Five Veni grants: from energy storage to artificial neurons
The talented young researchers from TU/e receive 250.000 euro each
Researchers Electrical Engineering shine at Japanese optoelectronics conference
Researchers of the department presented an impressive 16 papers, of which 1 was invited, 2 won awards, and 2 were post-deadline.