Dutch Start-up Speeco develops lightweight carbon fiber handlebars for cyclists. This increases the aerodynamics and offers more comfort and stability.
TU/e Innovation Space
Addressing the challenges of the world around us with in-depth technical knowledge and the right skills. This is what the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) wants to weave into the curriculum.
A student team form the Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands is designing an interactive rubbish bin that encourages people to dispose of their litter properly.
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.
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 […]
Simply reducing CO2 emissions is probably not enough to meet the Paris climate targets. The amount of CO2 that’s already in the air must also […]
Students of today are the engineers of the future. They are facing major societal challenges in areas such as sustainability and the environment. But what […]
“We train the engineers of the future.” With this statement, Isabelle Reymen, director of TU/e innovation Space, unveiled the final student presentations from the education […]
TU/e innovation Space operates as a student community that facilitates and supports interdisciplinary challenge-based education, engineering design, and entrepreneurship. It is a place where students […]
Bas Verkaik and Tom Selten are well known as members of the student teams STORM and Solar Team Eindhoven. At the moment they are the pioneers […]