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Population is growing in a rate never seen before, and the natural resources required are becoming scarce.
Can we use technology to create and maintain collaborations with nonhuman others?
The project changes the hospital workflow by reducing the time radiologists need to diagnose disease severity.
The project demonstrates a collection of AI research currently happening at TU/e.
Aster is all about building a satellite to inspire TUe students, staff and the public about our ability to ‘make place for space’!
Bierport provides a solution for waiting lines and poorly drafted beers.
This project explores a new form of an immersive technology in the area of interactive art
Mathias Verheijden, Charlaine Janssen, Bart Bongers
Are you always sure your house is safe and secure when you leave home?
Visiting websites isn't free, we pay with our privacy.
Sander de Meij
Urban health reflects the outcomes of the physical and the social environment.
Artificial Intelligence algorithms are a powerful enabler of future technologies.
Remember struggling to learn the table of elements in chemistry lessons at school?
Katelijn van Kooten
What’s going to happen in, say, 50-100 years?
‘Visie op Leren’ and ‘Ons Onderwĳs’ are visual reflections and communication tools.
The TUe 5G-MOBIX Honors Academy project aims to explore the possibilities of enabling safe remote vehicle driving.
AeroAdaptive Materials are novel inflatable materials that permit shape-change using patterning and different stages of inflation.
To tackle global climate change, a transition towards sustainable mobility is necessary.
Stella Vita enables you to live and work while travelling on the energy of the sun.
The TU/e University Racing Eindhoven combine technological innovation, teamwork with a passion for engineering
Welcome to the mobility hub!
Paul van Kuppevelt
The Blue Jay team has developed an interactive drone that helps evacuation in case of a ﬁre or other emergencies.
Tjeu van Bussel
This study empowers knowledge workers to take ownership of health interventions.
Brigitte van der Lugt
LEVO is a bench that stimulates users to exercise while sitting down.
LivingMoments facilitates social communication between people with dementia and their relatives.
Katrien van Riet
Tom van Nunen
In 2020 in the Netherlands, an estimated 365,000 people were visually impaired, of whom 87,000 are blind.
Approximately 40m people worldwide are blind, leading to reduced workforce participation and many difficulties.
How can intuitive technology contribute to a healthy workplace?
Proper oxygenation of the newborn is essential after birth.
With a shortage of care personnel and a rapidly growing elderly population, robots can lend a helping hand.
Sanne ten Damme
Thanks to Corona, rapid virus testing is hot.
TRAICE is an interactive visualization that helps runners balance their training routines.
CASA 1.0 is a Comfortable, Affordable and Sustainable Alternative for social housing in the Netherlands.
Dirk van Meer
CORE investigates opportunities to recycle batteries and battery-suspected materials.
There’s nothing more irritating than litter on the streets and in our parks.
Christian van Erp
The aviation industry lacks an incentive to become more sustainable
Floor van Schie
GEM-Stage is the sustainable solution for large energy-consuming outdoor stages.
Team POLAR aims to venture into the unexplored territories of the Antarctic with an autonomous and sustainable vehicle.
Tijn van der Zwan
SOLID aims to enable access to clean and renewable energy for anyone, at any time.
Louise de Laat
TU/ecomotive developed a car made almost entirely from waste.
Labeled By, Fabienne van der Weiden
Bruna Goveia da Rocha
Once considered an embellishment technique, embroidery is moving textile design in new directions.
Fabric4Masks has developed a set of high performing locally woven facemasks.
La Fuerza created rowing suits that motivates the wearer to feel empowered.
Loe Feijs and Marina Toeters
The Ruta project is aimed at making sense of the complexity of weaving.
Be visible in your own urban environment.
Mirthe Visscher, Iris Camps and Verindi Vekemans
What will people wear in their domes on Mars in 2060?