In his columns, Maarten Steinbuch regularly writes about the Eindhoven Engine, an idea from his case that has been embraced within the framework of the ‘Regiodeal’. Brainport Development...Read More
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In a weekly column, alternately written by Lucien Engelen, Mary Fiers, Maarten Steinbuch, Carlo van de Weijer, and Tessie Hartjes, E52 tries to find out what the future will look like. All five...Read More
In a weekly column, alternately written by Lucien Engelen, Maarten Steinbuch, Carlo van de Weijer, Daan Kersten and Tessie Hartjes, E52 tries to find out what the future will look like. All five contributors are all working...Read More
Over the past few years, there has been significant growth in the offshore wind industry. It has become larger than ever, and according to current expectations and predictions, it will keep on...Read More
There will be a new version of the Tech Xperience Week, which was conceived in 2018. This time with more candidates (not ten but twenty), a stricter selection and several ‘challenges’....Read More
If you walk around the High Tech Campus of Eindhoven, you can sense the energy. So says Mayor John Jorritsma of Eindhoven. As a mere ‘alpha’, he felt like one of the few laypersons in...Read More
A fridge-sized electrolyzer for each neighbourhood: this device stores all the energy from the solar panels on the roofs in the neighbourhood during the day as hydrogen. Underground gas pipes then...Read More
A dirty diesel engine will be able to drive much more sustainably thanks to the TORQAMP, an electric compressor. “It almost sounds too good to be true,” admits the co-founder of TORQAMP,...Read More
TU Eindhoven’s Sjoerd Romme is the first European scholar to receive the Career Achievement Award from Academy of Management
TU Eindhoven Professor Sjoerd (Georges) Romme is the recipient of this year’s Distinguished Scholar-Practitioner career achievement award of the Academy of Management (AOM). He received the award...Read More
Solar Team Eindhoven ‘s first few meters with ‘Stella X’ – and off to the World Solar Challenge 2019.
(This article was also published on Cursor.) Thie coming weeks, Solar Team Eindhoven hopes to pull off its first few meters with the fourth and newest edition of their solar powered family car,...Read More
L&T Technology Services (LTTS) is launching a Digital Engineering Centre and office in Eindhoven. The centre will serve LTTS’s European customers and prospects better in their digital journey,...Read More
The Eindhoven University of Technology should promote itself much more clearly as the example of the innovative university. According to Dr Daria Tataj, Eindhoven has everything to grow into a...Read More
The Eindhoven University of Technology continues to hold its position at the world top when it comes to research collaboration with industry. According to the CWTS Leiden Ranking 2019, the TU...Read More
It is only eight years ago that the emergency bells had to be sounded about the future of the Eindhoven University of Technology. A decreasing number of students, poor performance, many students who...Read More
(the author is startup officer for the city of Eindhoven) It seems almost every global city nowadays dubs itself as a startup hub. The big question is, how do you still stand out from the crowd?...Read More
The playing field of universities cannot be captured within national borders. But their direct ecosystem is often regional and their funding largely national. That clashes. If departing board member...Read More
Place in the sun: Solar Team Eindhoven starts production of its fourth vehicle, and this time it will happen entirely in the Brainport region
Solar Team Eindhoven has kicked off the production process for the fourth edition in its series of solar-powered family vehicles. A notable change since the project started seven years ago is that...Read More
Last week the European Space Agency ESA reached an important milestone in terms of the rocket engine. On the test bench P8 in Lampoldshausen, the BERTA engine successfully completed its first test...Read More
People often ask me what it takes to become the Smartest Region in the World. It may sound strange, but imagination might be more important than knowledge. If knowledge alone was enough to know the...Read More
Germany wants to be a country of innovation – Siemensstadt 2.0 is looking for inspiration in Eindhoven
Innovation campuses, smart city solutions and a healthy work-life balance are the themes that will determine sustainable urban development in the future. Berlin is now in the focus of attention in...Read More
The business incubator “In 2014, when the credit crisis was in full swing, we decided to create a business incubator for the students here at TU/e” says Steven van Huiden from TU/e Innovation Lab ....Read More
(This article was published before on EITdigital.eu) The engineer of the future is more than just a very good beta person. He or she should know how to combine technology with societal needs. That...Read More
No idle cars: Car-sharing company Amber moves to Eindhoven’s Strijp-T district, powers up its growth plans
The car-sharing platform Amber opened new offices in the Innovation Powerhouse in Eindhoven’s Strijp-T district this week, using the occasion to celebrate its achievements over the 21 months since...Read More
People from many different countries live, study and work in Eindhoven. Every week, Innovation Origins has a talk with an international about what brought them here and what life is like in...Read More
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