Iranian Khashayar Mansourizadeh made a conscious choice to study at TU Eindhoven. Through the university, he hopes to conquer the logistics market with a swarm of modular robots that make work easier.
A more flexible use of sustainable electricity. That is what TU/e students Horst Fietje, Stan Hoppenreijs and Jasper Verhoeve are aiming for with their start-up Voltgoed.
Never cycling without lights again, that's the dream of the Dutch KEBL student team. With lights that easily fit into your pocket. The students are seeking a partner to bring it to the market.
A cascade of prizes during the seventh edition of the TU/e Contest. In addition to cash prizes and extra coaching for companies, there are two wild cards for the finals of the 4TU Impact Challenge.
Will we be able to generate electricity in the future by walking or cycling distances? Students at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) are working on a technology to make this feasible.
21 days without producing waste or emitting CO2 when you travel, plus eating vegan? The Climars app challenges people to live more sustainably.
Eating insects is a huge step for many people. But if it’s up to the Printec Bites student team, their product will make the consumption […]
A pressure-sensitive keyboard can be used to improve the security of a computer. “The computer not only looks at what you enter as a password, […]
Students at TU/e Eindhoven can apply to join the TU/e Contest 2017. The Contest, an initiative of TU/e itself, is designed to allow students that […]
Recently the e52 High Tech Piek Awards were presented to nine people who made a significant contribution in the high tech arena (or from whom […]