Multimillion ERC grants bring DNA computing and longer-lasting donor organs closer
ERC Consolidator Grant worth 2 million euros for Tom de Greef and Ilja Voets
Post-quantum cryptography in focus for latest “Science is here” podcast episode
Tanja Lange, self-declared post-quantum hipster, chats with host Barry Fitzgerald about protecting against attacks from quantum computers.
New transmission system makes electric cars more powerful, more efficient and potentially cheaper
TU/e PhD candidate Caiyang Wei has developed a highly efficient automatic transmission system for electric vehicles.
Accessible and low-cost design of photonic chips with newly launched industrial pilot manufacturing line
TU/e is one of the JePPIX founders and continues to play a key role.
Inducing accurately controlled ‘fever’ in tumors to fight cancer
Self-learning algorithms ensure optimal ultrasound hyperthermia to improve cancer therapies
Large-scale research on aerosol dispersion and COVID-19 in sports accommodations
Johan Cruijff ArenA is test venue for dispersion and removal of aerosols.
TU/e, WUR, UU and UMC Utrecht establish knowledge alliance
€100 million investment in research into global issues around health, food, energy and sustainability
Visualizations that intuitively and accurately reflect the data
Using Grid Maps for coherent depiction of geographic data
Radio from laser light
álvaro Morales Vicente will defend his thesis on December 7th at the department of Electrical Engineering
Three TU/e startups among best academic startups of 2020
Young companies focus on relieving lower back pain, efficient solar panels, and energy-harvesting glass.
Strengthening homes in Groningen against earthquakes
Testing a cost effective, minimally invasive strengthening method
Social distancing research at train stations makes platforms safer
Crowd dynamics change due to corona