Events from 2 November 2017

( Events from 2 November 2017 to 1 December 2017 )
  1. Holst Symposium and Holst Memorial Lecture 2017

    10:30 | 17:30

    The theme for the annual Holst Symposium and the Holst Memorial Lecture 2017 is ''Oncology: from Diagnosis to (Immuno) therapy. The Holst Memorial Lecture Award 2017 goes to prof. Caroline Robert, MD, PhD (Gustave Roussy Cancer Centre, Villejuif-Paris). The Holst Memorial Lecture (since 1977) is a joint initiative by Philips Research and TU/e. Partcipation is free of charge, registration however is mandatory.

  2. TU/e Webinar Month

    - 15:00

    In November and the beginning of December each program organizes a free webinar.

  3. Inaugural lecture Prof.dr.ir. Ines Lopez Arteaga

    16:00 | 18:00

    On November 3, 2017 Prof.dr.ir. Ines Lopez Arteaga will deliver her inaugural lecture.

  4. Lecture Richard K. Miller (Olin College)

    12:30 | 14:00

    An inspiring lecture on future education

  5. Exhibition photography

    - 08:00 | 20:00

    Selection of photographical art borrowed by the Art Lending Library TU/e from galery Pennings

  6. Lecture Anant Agarwal (EdX)

    14:30 | 16:00

    An overview of the online learning landscape and stories that reveal how students from around the world are using online learning to change their lives.

  7. Monthly Metalot Meet: Circular Economy Opportunity for Steel and Zinc

    15:30 | 17:00

    You are invited to attend the Monthly Metalot Meet on November 22nd 2017. During this seminar Tim Peeters, Department Manager Iron and Steel R&D at Tata Steel, will tell you about the ‘Circular Economy Opportunity for Steel and Zinc’.

  8. Lecture Dr. Zvi Galil (Georgia Institute of Technology)

    14:30 | 16:00

    An inspiring lecture on Georgia Tech's Online MOOC-based Master Program.

  9. Farewell gathering prof.dr.ir. J.C. Fransoo

    15:30 | 18:00

    Farewell gathering prof.dr.ir. J.C. Fransoo

  10. Valedictory lecture Prof. Bart ter Haar Romenij

    16:00 | 18:00

    On December 1, 2017 Prof. Bart ter Haar Romenij will deliver his valedictory lecture.