Below you will find an overview of the 14 largest university research labs at TU/e: the breeding place where researchers and Master's students meet for groundbreaking research.
Innovation begins with people, not with technology. People who are open, passionate, curious, professional and connected. People who nourish dreams and ideas. It is them that make the university the place 'Where innovation starts'. It results in al lively community where knowledge and brilliant minds from inside and outside the campus actually meet and work together in order to do pioneering research on societal challenges and issues.
In order to conduct this groundbreaking research, to attract outstanding scientific talent, and to train new generations of engineers, we have state-of-the-art research labs and facilities at our disposal, of which some are unique in the Netherlands, or even in the world.
Center for Multiscale Electron Microscopy (CMEM)
The CMEM offers unique facilities for the study of soft materials and uses the knowledge gained to develop synthetic materials.Read more
Center for Wireless Technology (CWTe Lab)
The CWTe facilitates research on wireless systems and antennas, raising the Internet of Things to a higher level.Read more
The Darcy Lab offers unique MRI facilities specially equipped for researching the properties of technological porous materials.Read more
Equipment & Prototype Center
The Equipment & Prototype Center (EPC) makes custom experimental setups and prototypes for various fields of research.Read more
Future Fuels Lab
In the Future Fuels Lab scientists are researching green fuels and cleaner combustion methods for engines.Read more
High Capacity Optical Transmission Lab
The High Capacity Optical Transmission Lab facilitates research on innovative optical fibers and signal processing techniques to...Read more
The Institute for Complex Molecular Systems Laboratory (ICMS/lab) facilitates the development and characterization of innovative...Read more
Laboratory for Cell & Tissue Engineering
The Laboratory for Cell & Tissue Engineering facilitates culturing of autologous tissues across the full spectrum of the research...Read more
The Microfab/Lab facilitates the development of new micromanufacturing technologies for use in life sciences applications.Read more
The Multiscale Lab facilitates research on the deformation and failure behavior of composite materials. The insights gained lead...Read more
NanoAccess makes it possible to produce, process and analyze innovative materials with nanometer accuracy, without releasing the...Read more
The NanoLab@TU/e offers a unique combination of equipment for developing optical chips and other applications based on compound...Read more
With the facilities of the SolarLab, atomic layers can be applied to solar cells, in a quick, controlled manner, making solar...Read more
The wind tunnels on the campus of TU Eindhoven facilitate aerodynamic and boundary layer research on static and moving objects, at...Read more
Next to the 14 bigger laboratories, TU/e hosts another 40 smaller research labs. An overview of these labs.Read more