Meaningful minds

You are driven to use science and technology to devise solutions to the challenges facing our society today and tomorrow. This means that you are eager to learn, curious and fully committed to research, education, impact creation and collaboration with new partners. As a researcher, you get the space and support you need to excel. Our small-scale and personal approach makes it easy to communicate and collaborate with other research groups and departments.

Irène Curie Fellowship

As of July 2019, TU/e has launched 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.

Meaningful minds

INNOVATION AND SOCIETAL RELEVANCE

Applied Physics at TU/e, Plasma and Beams

Society faces significant challenges in the future and will only be able to overcome them through the right combination of fundamental...

Photonics is the answer

Photonics

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.

Care and Cure

Visual Coding

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.

Molecular Systems and Materials Chemistry

Supramolecular Chemistry and Catalysis

Professor Anja Palmans, Assistant Professor Danqing Liu and PhD candidate Mathijs Mabesoone talk about their projects and dreams.

The Connected World

Wireless Technology

Professor Marion Matters-Kammerer, Assistant Professor Georgios Exarchakos and PhD candidate Robbert Schulpen talk about their projects and dreams.

Making materials of the future

Polymer Technology

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.

Chemical and Process Technology

Sustainable Chemical Processes

Professor Kitty Nijmeijer, Associate Professor Timothy Noël and PhD candidate Rohit Maitri talk about their projects and dreams.

Professional Development

We encourage, stimulate and facilitate the continuous personal development of our scientists and professionals. We aim to provide maximum autonomy for individual professionals, while building toward collective strengths and ambitions. We give you access to high-quality training programs, tailored for specific groups and situations.

"Eindhoven, with its network of businesses, and the mix of colleagues in my department have brought me to a different level as a researcher."

Ruth Cardinaels
Assistant Professor, Polymer Technology Group.