Are you driven to use science and technology? To devise solutions to the challenges facing our society today and tomorrow? Then please browse the open academic positions at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). Our small-scale and personal approach makes it easy to communicate and collaborate with other research groups and departments. You are eager to learn, curious and fully committed to research, education, impact creation and collaboration with new partners. Additionally, you’re given the freedom and autonomy to live out your vision and to build a brighter tomorrow for us all. Check out our vacancies for scientific staff below - and join TU/e as scientist or researcher.
We understand that clear prospects are important to you. That is why we offer a tenure track with the prospects of becoming an Associate Professor. If you have a more senior profile, you will receive a tailor-made career proposal.Read more
Conditions of employment
Many employment matters of importance to TU/e employees are regulated in the Collective Labor Agreement for Dutch Universities (cao-NU).Read more
Support for internationals
We support your move to the Netherlands by offering information and services to make your transition as smooth as possible. Your partner can enter a dual career opportunity program.Read more
We are delighted that you are applying for a job with us. We embrace diversity and inclusion, and invite people from all backgrounds to apply for a job at TU/e. Here is what the application process will look like.Read more
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. Diversified teams, in fact, generate better problem-solving strategies and more creative ideas. In other words, diverse teams accelerate innovation for all. Additionally, Irène Curie fellows can serve as role models for the next generation of female scientists.
Watch our videos: Working at TU/e
How do our professors experience working at the Eindhoven University of Technology? Why did they choose to join us and what makes them proud to work for TU/e?
Learning & Development
As TU/e encourages and facilitates your continuous personal development. Therefore, you will have free access to high-quality training programs that aim to equip you with a well-rounded toolkit for a successful career in the academic arena.Read more
If you are a postdoctoral researcher looking to apply for a personal grant to execute exiting research at a European top university, please visit this page.Read more
Our meaningful minds
In this section, you can read stories from our scientific staff. Professors and researchers from various departments and research groups share their successes, challenges, and dreams. They also explain how the Eindhoven University of Technology distinguishes itself in their field. What makes working at TU/e special for these scientists? Finally, what unresolved question inspires them?
"TU/e differs from many other universities in that it offers tenure tracks for assistant professors as the first position in an academic career. This gives young and talented scientists a clear perspective", explains Professor Marion Matters-Kammerer in a conversation with two other key employees associated with the Centre for Wireless Technology.
Sustainable Chemical Processes
"What could be more rewarding for a research scientist and teacher than being involved in something as important as the sustainable future of our planet? This is what TU/e is all about.” Professor Kitty Nijmeijer in a conversation with Associate Professor Timothy Noël and PhD candidate Rohit Maitri.
Supramolecular Chemistry and Catalysis
"What strikes me is the degree of openness and accessibility in Eindhoven. Excellent peer to peer interaction and a strong collaborative spirit between industry and scientists.” Assistant Professor Danqing Liu talks to Professor Anja Palmans and PhD student Mathijs Mabesoone.
"Everyone here really embraces interdisciplinary research and has close ties with industry, which makes TU/e a great place for a young scientist to build a career", says Assistant Professor Sofie Haesaert in a conversation with Professor Jeroen Voeten and PhD candidate Jeroen van Dam, all scientists at the Cyber-Physical Systems Center Eindhoven.
"Close lines of communication with the high-tech industry on your doorstep, broad changes for funding and the opportunity to escape the relative anonymity of a large university were what brought me back to Eindhoven. That close connection to industry is unique", explains Professor Peter de With to two of his colleagues in the Visual Coding & Architectures Group.
Nano, Quantum and Photonics
"I chose TU/e initially because of its excellent reputation and the fact that it is very international. I also love the spirit of open collaboration in the Netherlands,” shares Assistant Professor Shuxia Tao in a conversation with Professor Erik Bakkers and Assistant Professor Reinoud Lavrijsen. All three are researchers in the field of Nano, Quantum and Photonics.
"I like to contribute to society by developing products, helping businesses and teaching and mentoring the next generation of young researchers. TU/e ticks all those boxes. And finding a good balance between work and family is no problem here in Eindhoven." Associate Professor Oded Raz talks to Professor Jaime Gómez Rivas and PhD candidate John van Weerdenburg.
"My new colleagues and I all take interdisciplinary research very seriously; I’m always working on projects with colleagues from different research groups and faculties. And, the connections with industry are incredible." Assistant Professor Michelle Chong talks to Associate Professor Tom Oomen and Professor Ines Lopez Arteaga.
Fluids, Bio and Soft Matter
"TU/e embraces Applied Physics in all its aspects and highlights its societal value as well as the fundamental research aspects. Eindhoven is unique in its scale and short lines of communication within a highly connected knowledge ecosystem." Professor Kees Storm talks to Assistant Professor Hanneke Gelderblom and Associate Professor Henk Huinink.
Plasma and Beams
"If you believe passionately in something and convince your colleagues and mentors about your ideas, TU/e opens doors that let you achieve your dream", reveals Professor Adriana Creatore in a conversation with Assistant Professor Job Beckers and Associate Professor Servaas Kokkelmans of TU/e's department of Applied Physics.
"The mix of colleagues in my department have brought me to a different level as a researcher. There are so many opportunities for fundamental research here and the knowledge that your work will ultimately lead to a high impact product is immensely exciting", explains Assistant Professor Ruth Cardinaels to Professor Patrick Anderson and PhD candidate Prakhyat Hejmady.