Tag Archives: TU/e

PhD Researcher Addresses Power Quality Challenges in Electric Vehicle Charging

(IN BRIEF) Tim Slangen, a PhD researcher at the TU/e Department of Electrical Engineering, has conducted extensive research on the phenomenon of supraharmonic disturbances related to electric vehicle (EV) charging. Supraharmonics are waveform distortions in voltage and current occurring at … Read the full press release

TU/e Researchers Achieve Breakthrough in Early Esophageal Cancer Detection Using AI

(IN BRIEF) Researchers at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) have made a significant breakthrough in the early detection of esophageal cancer through the use of artificial intelligence (AI). Over a decade of research led by Fons van der Sommen has … Read the full press release

Four New Members Join TU/e Young Academy of Engineering to Foster Collaboration and Innovation

(IN BRIEF) The TU/e Young Academy of Engineering (EYAE) has welcomed four new members who will serve a four-year term, contributing to the advancement of knowledge exchange, research funding, and closer collaborations between industry and the university. The new members … Read the full press release

EWUU Alliance Strengthens Collaboration with New Scientific Directors and Director of Education

(IN BRIEF) The alliance of Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), Wageningen University & Research (WUR), Utrecht University (UU), and UMC Utrecht (EWUU) has appointed two Scientific Directors and a Director of EWUU Education to enhance collaboration among the institutions. Ines … Read the full press release

Iron Powder Research Receives €900,000 Funding for Green Energy Storage

(IN BRIEF) Research into the potential of iron powder as an energy carrier on an industrial scale has received €900,000 in funding from science financier NWO and various organizations. The project, known as CIRCL (Closing the Iron Reduction-Combustion Loop), involves … Read the full press release

René Janssen, a professor at TU/e, Receives ERC Advanced Grant for High-Efficiency Perovskite Solar Cell Research

(IN BRIEF) René Janssen, a professor in the Departments of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry and Applied Physics at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), has been granted a prestigious ERC Advanced Grant of three million euros for his innovative research on … Read the full press release

TU/e Researchers Awarded NWO Veni Grants for Innovative Studies in Diverse Fields

(IN BRIEF) The Dutch Research Council (NWO) has awarded Veni grants to seven early-stage researchers from the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). The recipients include researchers working on topics like creating fake sticky cells to study cell motion, developing security … Read the full press release

SMART Photonics, Former TU/e Spin-off, Secures €100 Million in Funding to Lead Next-Gen Chip Manufacturing in Europe

(IN BRIEF) SMART Photonics, a scale-up company and former TU/e spin-off, has successfully raised an additional €100 million in funding from a group of strategic industry players and financial institutions. The funding round includes semiconductor industry leaders ASML, NXP, and … Read the full press release

Professor Frank Baaijens Receives Huiskes Medal for Pioneering Contributions in Biomechanics and Tissue Engineering

(IN BRIEF) Professor Frank Baaijens from Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) has been awarded the prestigious Huiskes Medal for his remarkable contributions to the field of Biomechanics. Baaijens’ innovative research and application of biomechanics have led to groundbreaking developments in … Read the full press release

Multi-Omics Research Reveals Surprising Protein’s Role in Prostate Cancer Treatment Resistance

(IN BRIEF) Simon Linder, a PhD candidate, conducted multi-omics research to understand how tumor cells adapt to hormonal therapies in prostate cancer. Prostate cancer is hormone-dependent, and although hormonal therapy is initially effective, cancer cells eventually become resistant to it. … Read the full press release

RIFT’s Green Heating Solution Passes First Test, Secures Funding for Further Development

(IN BRIEF) RIFT, a spin-off from TU/e’s student team SOLID, has achieved a major milestone by successfully testing its Iron Fuel Technology. The test involved heating 500 homes in Helmond without any CO2 emissions. RIFT’s innovative technology burns iron powder … Read the full press release

ASML and TU/e to jointly develop new cleanroom space for academic research

(IN BRIEF) ASML and Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) have agreed to jointly develop a 10-year strategic research plan in plasma physics, artificial intelligence, mechatronics and semiconductor lithography. Both parties will invest equally in the joint programme, which will create … Read the full press release

Social distancing: Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) assists the railway manager ProRail with the analysis of crowds behavior and dynamics

(PRESS RELEASE) EINDHOVEN, 24-Nov-2020 — /EuropaWire/ — Eindhoven University of Technology, a research university specialized in engineering science & technology, has announced it is collaborating with the authority that runs the Dutch rail infrastructure ProRail to anonymously measure crowd dynamics … Read the full press release

TU/e: Student team InMotion clocked the fastest time ever with an electric car on the TT Circuit Assen

For the third time student team InMotion claimed an electric lap record on a famous circuit. After Zandvoort and Zolder the students this time clocked the fastest time ever with an electric car on the TT Circuit Assen, in 1:43.059.  … Read the full press release

TU/e: EuroTech Universities Alliance welcomes École Polytechnique as its fifth member

The EuroTech Universities Alliance, a network of European universities in science and technology which TU/e is part of, welcomes École Polytechnique as its fifth member. The prestigious French institution officially joined during the Technical University of Munich’s 150th anniversary symposium. … Read the full press release

NWO: TU/e, Leiden Institute of Chemistry and AMOLF researchers talk about their research using Veni grant

The Hague, 05-Sep-2017 — /EuropaWire/ — Researchers Koen Hendriks (Chemical Engineering and Chemistry, TU/e), Thanja Lamberts (Leiden Institute of Chemistry) and Cristina Martinez Torres (AMOLF) talk about their planned research, using the Veni grant they have recently been awarded, how they … Read the full press release

TU/e students unveil solar car for 5 occupants

EINDHOVEN, 22-Jun-2017 — /EuropaWire/ — Today (21 June 2017) students at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) presented Stella Vie, a solar car for 5 occupants. The team is looking to this car to secure its third world title at the Bridgestone … Read the full press release

TU/e team of soccer robots won the final of the Portuguese Robotics Open in Portugal

EINDHOVEN, 03-May-2017 — /EuropaWire/ — The TU/e team of soccer robots, Tech United, won the final of the Portuguese Robotics Open in Portugal today, beating their Portuguese opponents CAMBADA by a score of 2-0. The Portuguese tournament is the unofficial European … Read the full press release

Consortium led by TU/e will develop wireless technology for 5G with Marie Curie grant

EINDHOVEN, 17-May-2016 — /EuropaWire/ — A European research project, led by TU/e, will develop wireless technology for 5G, the next generation mobile internet that aims to increase the speed of the current 4G network by a factor of 100. The consortium, … Read the full press release

TU/e professor Hans Kuipers appointed as new member of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences

TU/e professor Hans Kuipers has been appointed as one of the sixteen new members of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW), the academy announced today. Membership of the KNAW is regarded as a great honor  in a … Read the full press release