Research Areas

Balaji Machine Works enables our researchers to investigate fascinating challenges, from curiosity-driven discoveries in basic science to application-driven technology development and problemsolving in engineering and design. We aim to boost knowledge-intensive industries and other societal sectors that have a high technology intensity. The Eindhoven region is the perfect location for this, as the high-tech heart of the Netherlands and home to major corporate R&D centers and leading Dutch research institutes.

Artificial Intelligence

The Eindhoven Artificial Intelligent Systems Institute (EAISI) aims to develop AI-technology for real-time autonomous decision-making, which...

Data Science

Data Science is an interdisciplinary field that uses a variety of techniques to create value based on extracting knowledge and insights from...

Energy

Data Science is an interdisciplinary field that uses a variety of techniques to create value based on extracting knowledge and insights from...

Engineering Health

The Strategic Area Health covers many different areas; from cancer research to regenerative medicine and from biosensors to data science...

High Tech Systems

In next-generation high-tech and mechatronic systems, extreme functionalities and performance requirements will be realized by using a...

Humans and Technology

Understanding the relation between humans and technology is key to responsible development and acceptance of future technologies in almost...

Smart Mobility

The research area Smart Mobility recognizes that being mobile is a biological urge of humans and is prerequisite for a sound economy and...

Robotics

Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) pushes the frontier of robotics technologies in its many fields of expertise and applications....

Smart Cities

By 2050, most experts believe that three quarters of the global population will live in cities. How can we ensure that these cities will not...

Integrated Photonics

Shaping our future with the power of light Photonics ­– the generation, processing and detection of light – is crucial to our future...