Full Professor

Jeroen Voeten


Jeroen Voeten is Professor in the Electronic Systems group of the Department of Electrical Engineering at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). Voeten is also a research fellow at the Embedded Systems Institute in Eindhoven. His research interests include formal techniques for the specification, design and implementation of hardware/software systems. In this context, he participates in Artist, the Network of Excellence on Embedded Systems Design, in the Execution Platforms cluster. <br/><br/>Voeten’s work focuses on computer systems, architectures and networks; software, algorithms and control systems; performance modelling; and embedded and high-tech systems. Voeten is particularly skilled in research and development (R&D), computer science and engineering, cyber physical systems and performance engineering. <br/><br/>He is currently involved in the Carm 2G project with ASML, with the aim to develop a model-based engineering environment to improve the development efficiency and performance of the embedded control systems of wafer scanners. <br/><br/>Voeten has written or contributed to 87 conference reports, 13 academic reports, 11 book chapters and 11 journal articles.

I enjoy working on the borders between research and innovation, improving industrial products and design processes through cutting-edge model-based design methodologies.


Jeroen Voeten received his MSc in the field of Mathematics and Computing Science in 1991 from Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). He also received his PhD in Electrical Engineering there, in 1997. He remained at TU/e as Assistant Professor. In January 2005, he took on a four-day position as research fellow at TNO-ESI. Voeten became Associate Professor at TU/e in 2009 and a Full Professor in 2017. Since 2017, he is also a Senior Scientist and Scientific Advisor to TNO-ESI.

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