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The Eindhoven University of Technology (Dutch: Technische Universiteit Eindhoven), abbr. TU/e, is a technical university in the Netherlands, operating in English.

Electron pairing in quantum dots as new approach to qubit research

“Publication in Nature demonstrates promising method towards building the foundation for a future quantum computer. Scientists from QuTech and Eindhoven University of Technology have taken a next step in qubit research. Qubits are one of the building blocks of a …

Skin and hair in 3D

“Mathematician Alessio Gallucci improves the mapping of human skin by using models and deep learning. With just a scan of your face and a little basic data, such as height and weight, mathematician Alessio Gallucci can produce a complete body …

Four terminal perovskite-silicon PV tandem devices hit 30% efficiency

“TNO, TU Eindhoven, imec and TU Delft, partners in Solliance, joined forces to further push the conversion efficiency of tandem solar cells to beyond the limits of today’s commercial photovoltaic (PV) modules. For the first time, four-terminal perovskite/silicon …

Artificial skin sweats on command

“The sophisticated artificial skin sweats where and how much the researchers want it to. This was reported in an Angewandte Chemie article by Danqing Liu and first author Yuanyuan Zhan. Following the breakthrough with their first sweating artificial skin two …

The 4D-printed beetle that changes color when it gets wetter

“How iridescent animals are leading the way to smart sensors. 3D printing has become mainstream. For a few hundred euros you can buy a 3D printer online. But what about 4D printing? How do you print an object that can …

Collaborating on a real life Barbapapa

“The way cartoon character Barbapapa and his family members take on any shape they want has captured the imagination for generations. Making this a reality offers unprecedented possibilities. All the more understandable is the enthusiasm of the researchers at Eindhoven …

Building the processors of the future

“EU invests 11 million euros in TU/e-led project to build artificial intelligence at the edge. The corona pandemic and the war in Ukraine have shown that self-sufficiency in the production of semiconductors and computer chips is very much a …

Allowing blind people to see again with a wireless implant

“Adedayo Omisakin worked on the wireless communication technology between a brain implant and a digital camera that can help blind people to see again. Being able to see without eyes. It sounds like a miracle, but in the not-too-distant future …

Printing optical chips as a layered cake

“The research project INSPIRE develops a unique printing technique for large-scale production of optical chips consisting of layers of different materials. Faster, more energy-efficient ICT, or sensors to detect anything between beginning fruit rot and microscopic cracks in glass fibers …

Chasing the world’s first Brain-on-Chip AI computer

“The new project BayesBrain aims to build the world’s first computer that combines brain cells and silicon microchips. Besides being the most intelligent computing system ever, the brain is also very energy efficient. It uses orders of magnitude less …