Innovation with the department

Researchers in the Department of Applied Physics are working together with Universities, Research Institutes and R&D Laboratories all over the world, with an emphasis on the Industrial Partners in  the Brainport region.

The research in the Department  focuses on three main subjects:
Functional (Nano) Materials,
Plasma Physics and
Transport Physics.

Examples are: Ultrafast Laser-induced demagnetization, Nanowires, Nano Biosensors, Solar Cells, Mass- and Heat Transfer in Micro-Fluidic Devices, Lighting, Plasma-Medicine, Turbulence in (Geofysical) Flows, Transport in Coatings.

Together with the Department of Biomedical Engineering, the Department of Applied Physics runs  SMPE/e (School  of Medical Physics and Engineering Eindhoven). SMPE/e offers postgraduate programs in clinical, medical engineering and medical informatics for and in cooperation with Hospitals and other Healthcare Centers.     

Innovation with TU/e

Would you like more information about innovating in cooperation with the Eindhoven University of Technology? If so, get in touch with the TU/e Innovation Lab. The TU/e Innovation lab is the organization within our university that encourages and fosters innovation, the transfer of knowledge and technology, and business development. It is, moreover, TU/e’s incubator. We have a good overview of all the research expertise present at the university and can quickly match your research question with the relevant research groups and individuals. A joint exploration often reveals several relevant disciplines and possible forms of cooperation. You can take advantage of this.

Learn more about innovating with TU/e.