Data Science & Engineering

Estimates are that 90 percent of the data in the world today has been created in the past two years alone and the rate is only increasing. The EU estimates the size of its 'data economy' in 2020 will be over 600 bln Euro, more than double the size of 2016. Continuously, new technologies and businesses are emerging to organize and make sense of this avalanche of data. This requires new scientific breakthroughs and the education of many talented people.

The TU/e has identified a set of twelve core competences relevant to data science: statistics, algorithms, datamining machine learning, process mining, predictive analytics, databases, distributed systems, visualization and visual analytics, business models and marketing, behavioral/social science, privacy/security/law and ethics. The Data Science Centre Eindhoven (DSC/e) has brought scientists from over 30 research groups from different TU/e departments together, combining both scientific and technological depth with multi-disciplinary width.

Data Science & Engineering groups at TU/e

1. Department of Biomedical Engineering
Data Science & Engineering research at the department of Biomedical Engineering can be found in the following groups:

2. Department of Built Environment
Data Science & Engineering research at the department of Built Environment can be found in the following program:

3. Department of Electrical Engineering:
Data Science & Engineering research at the department of Electrical Engineering can be found in the following groups:

4. Department of Industrial Design
For Data Science & Engineering research  at the department of Industrial Design see the following links:

5. Department of Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences
Data Science & Engineering research at the department of Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences can be found in the following groups:

6. Department of Mathematics & Computer Science
Data Science & Engineering research at the department of Mathematics & Computer Science can be found in the following group:

The following researchers explicitly expressed their interest in the EuroTech Postdoc Programme. Some of them already have research contacts with one of the other EuroTech universities.

DepartmentContact person
Biomedical EngineeringDr.ir. Veronika Cheplygina 
Built Environment

Prof.ir Elphi Nelissen

Prof.dr. Helianthe Kort

Electrical EngineeringProf.dr. Antonio Liotta
Industrial Design

Prof.dr.ir. Aarnout Brombacher

- Prof.dr. Steven Vos

Prof.dr.ir Caroline Hummels

Prof.dr. Lin-Lin Chen

Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences

- Dr. Elizabeth O'Neill

Prof.dr. Chris Snijders

Prof.dr. Evangelia Demerouti
Dr. Philip Nickel
- Prof.dr. Ton de Kok

Mathematics & Computer Science

Prof.dr. Luc Florack
Dr. Andrea Fuster

Prof.dr. Mykola Pechenizkiy

Dr.ir Joaquin Vanschoren

- Prof.dr. Bettina Speckman

- Prof.dr. Sandro Etalle

Prof.dr.ir Wil van der Aalst

Prof.dr.ir Jan Friso Groote

Mechanical Engineering

Prof.dr.ir Harald van Brummelen