TU/e climate scientists see silver lining and disappointments at climate summit
Heleen de Coninck and Pieter Pauw comment on results of COP27, the climate summit in Sharm-el-Sheikh.
Cyclists are the solution, not the problem
Researcher Matthew Bruno wants even more Dutch people on bikes.
TU/e students build world's largest working Nintendo controller
Thanks to student association Thor, everyone on TU/e campus can play Super Mario in XL format.
Electron pairing in quantum dots as new approach to qubit research
Publication in Nature demonstrates promising method towards building the foundation for a future quantum computer.
1.4 million euros for research on circular renovation
TU/e leads the research on sustainable renovations in construction
Embarking on a new adventure with a huge European grant
Update on TU/e’s Scale Jump: proposal soon heading for The Hague
At the core is a doubling of the number of master's degree graduates by 2032 to meet the rapidly growing need of the Brainport region for...
From Eindhoven to China: taylor can barely keep up with demand
In five years, the founders hope that the products now on the table will be sold around the world.
Construction begins of 735 student homes on TU/e campus
"This project is a great example of how we can achieve extra student housing together with our stakeholders in Brainport."
Student team IGNITE lights up GLOW with three installations
The team has even already started developing light artworks for next edition.
Celebratory award ceremony for lauded mathematics master
Prestigious UPS George D. Smith Prize awarded to Operations Research and Analytics
In search of the perfect match schedule
The doctoral thesis of Roel Lambers has already become a manual for match schedulers.