The Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) aims to take the lead in European research projects over the coming year. These are research projects within Horizon Europe, the new program that the European Union will be using to support research and innovation from 2021 onwards. TU/e wants to raise more funding by being more well-prepared so as to achieve better results. Crucial research areas are smart mobility, sustainable energy and artificial intelligence. Last year, the university even set up a separate institute for AI.

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