New neural network helps doctors explain relapses of heart failure patients
Opening the black box of AI with an attention-based algorithm.
Ultra-fast laser-based writing of data to storage devices
Researchers show that laser pulses can accurately and quickly change spin states in magnetic materials for future data storage needs.
Improving respiratory support for COVID-19 patients with self-learning assisted ventilation
Increased performance of automatic ventilators in ICUs could be lifesaver for corona patients
ERC Proof of Concept grant to correct errors in ultra-high speed communication
Alex Alvarado receives €150.000 from European Union to study the technical feasibility of his algorithms
Elphi Nelissen to become member of the Fontys Executive Board
She will start at Fontys on 1 September.
Algorithms developed at TU/e selected as potential new standards for quantum-proof internet
The algorithms are competing in the NIST Post-Quantum Cryptography Standardization Process, which selects future-proof algorithms for...
Prostate cancer metastasis linked to revival of dormant molecular program
Researchers generated the world’s largest epigenomic dataset in prostate biology.
University fund donates quarter of a million for fast and inexpensive COVID detection
TU/e alumni support project of TU/e researchers in the fight against Corona
Regular arrays of silicon nanoparticles key to improving light emissions in nanophotonic devices
Paper from TU/e researchers selected to mark International Day of Light 2020 within nanophotonics field.
Science is here: the new TU/e podcast series has arrived!
Episodes to feature TU/e researchers discussing their latest research and papers, and how their work might frame our future society.
Is our heat battery really loss free? (The answer is yes)
And seven other questions about the innovative heat battery that TU/e is developing to temporarily store energy as heat in your home.
The waves of our wireless future
How TU/e is bringing the next generation wireless technology within our grasp.