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23 Nov  And how are things in Daejon?

Away from Europe! That was the first thing that popped into my head when I received an email about the opportunity of doing an exchange. After looking at all the possibilities, I signed up for KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science &...


22 Nov  Scoop for TU/e: first doctorate awarded without a professor

Today TU/e becomes the first university to see one of its associate professors confer a doctoral degree. In fact, there will be two associate professors doing that today. Other universities will follow.


22 Nov  Earplugs unavoidable for musicians in orchestra and at home

Many musicians suffer ear damage by playing their own instruments. Professional orchestras have therefore taken measures in recent years to reduce the sound levels. TU/e studies now reveal that physical measures, like placing screens between...


21 Nov  Bus service over campus to cease

Bus line 104 is proving insufficiently profitable. From December 10 the service will no longer ride over the campus. This has recently been decided by TU/e and the Eindhoven Region Collaborative Alliance (Samenwerkingsverband Regio Eindhoven)....


21 Nov  'Perspectief' program 'deep learning' headed up by TU/e

TU/e is involved in all six of NWO's new Perspectief programs; in one case as the program secretary. This program, led by Professor of Embedded System Architectures Henk Corporaal, aims to make self-learning automatic systems – for, say, image...


20 Nov  Hail of scholarships for Chemical Engineering students

No fewer than seven TU/e Master's students in Chemical Engineering received a scholarship worth 10,000 euros on Wednesday, 15 November. A total of eighteen VNCI Top Sector Chemistry scholarships were available, of which over a third were awarded...


20 Nov  Special Diversity | Belief in God, Allah and Mata Amritanandamayi Devi

Jaap Schouten believes in God, Marwan Mrait in Allah and Arun Babu worships Mata Amritanandamayi Devi. The three TU/e students are meeting for the first time but their backgrounds and religions provide enough starting points for an interesting...


17 Nov  Home Stretch | A mirror that tracks stars

On a mountain in Chile's Atacama desert the world's largest optical telescope is currently under construction: the Extremely Large Telescope (ELT). The ELT's primary mirror has a diameter measuring 39 meters and consists of almost 800 segments,...


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