You’re passionate about building a better future for our global society through science. Surrounded by scientists and technological companies who share your goals, the lines between fundamental research and applied, hands-on research are blurred to such an extent that every chance encounter is an opportunity. You’re given the freedom and autonomy to live out your vision and to build a brighter tomorrow for us all. Find your challenge at TU/e.
Irène Curie Fellowship
As of July 2019, TU/e will launch the Irène Curie Fellowship. This program is aimed at talented women who pursue an academic career in our European top research university. TU/e will open vacancies for assistant, associate and full professor exclusively for female talent during the first six months of recruitment. A diverse workforce generates better problem-solving strategies and more creative ideas, it accelerates innovation and enables teams to better learning and growth. Moreover, the Irène Curie fellows can serve as role models for the next generation of female scientists.
Professor Marion Matters-Kammerer, Assistant Professor Georgios Exarchakos and PhD candidate Robbert Schulpen talk about their projects and dreams.
Sustainable Chemical Processes
Professor Kitty Nijmeijer, Associate Professor Timothy Noël and PhD candidate Rohit Maitri talk about their projects and dreams.
An interview with three key employees associated with TU/e’s Institute for Photonic Integration (IPI): Professor Jaime Gómez Rivas, Associate Professor Oded Raz and PhD candidate John van Weerdenburg.
Supramolecular Chemistry and Catalysis
Professor Anja Palmans, Assistant Professor Danqing Liu and PhD candidate Mathijs Mabesoone talk about their projects and dreams.
This interview focuses on new work in rheology and rheometry. Professor Patrick Anderson, Assistant Professor Ruth Cardinaels and PhD candidate Prakhyat Hejmady share their stories.
An interview with three key employees in the Visual Coding & Architectures group: Professor Peter de With, head of the department, Assistant Professor Fons van der Sommen, and PhD candidate Francesca Manni.