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TU/e mission • Advancement of engineering • Development of technological innovations • Growth of welfare and prosperity in the region and beyond TU/e: Where innovation starts


TU/e history • Established in 1956 • More than 29.000 engineers (Master of Science) • 2.000 technological designers (PDEng) • 3.500 researchers (PhD) • Motor of regional economy


Departments Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences Applied Physics Biomedical Engineering Mechanical Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Industrial Design

Mathematics and Computer Science

Chemical Engineering and Chemistry Architecture, Building and Planning


Strategy


Core ambitions • Higher education strong and distinguishing position on market

• Research leading position in strategic research fields

• Knowledge valorization significant source of knowledge, technology and new business opportunities


Focus on • Student facilities and services leading position compared to other Dutch universities

• Internationalization international competitiveness and reputation


Strategic Plan 2020


2020 is calling

• Our world is facing major challenges on societal issues • New technological concepts are needed • Government, industry and knowledge institutions are working together on tomorrow's technology


Considering the future direction

• Studying policy documents and recent publications • Brainstorm sessions with staff and students • Roundtable meetings with external stakeholders

Result: TU/e Strategic Plan 2020


Focus

• Differentation in education • Strengthening of research in Strategic Areas around key societal issues • Transform campus into TU/e Science Park of national importance and international allure


Differentiation in education

• University College Eindhoven • Multidisciplinary Bachelor Programs • High succes rates and ambitious study climate • 50% more students, more women and more international students


Strategic Areas • Focus on 3 key societal issues: Energy, Health, Smart Mobility • Working together with universities, knowledge institutions and industry • Strengthening our international research position


Branding campagne TU/e

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Branding campagne TU/e

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Branding campagne TU/e

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Branding campagne TU/e

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TU/e Science Park • Compact accommodation university Residential and housing accommodation for students, conference participants, guests • Accommodation for high tech starters, R&D Institutes • Fontys • Open innovation laboratories • Green, lively area


Implementation Strategic Plan • Multi-year project program • Investments required: 600-700 million euros


Eindhoven Region


Industrial Heart • High tech industrial heart of the Netherlands Mechatronics, ICT, Medical Technology (Life Sciences & Technology), Automotive, Design

• Main seat of companies like: Philips, ASML, NXP Semiconductors, Océ, DAF Trucks, DSM


R&D • Key R&D areas: High Tech Systems and Materials, Chemistry and Chemical Technology, ICT, Life Sciences & Health, Energy Transition, Logistics & Supply Chains, Security, Food & Nutrition.

• R&D expenditure 3 % of regional Gross Domestic Product • Seat of leading Dutch Research & Development institutes


Highlights • Seat of national innovation and R&D programs • ‘Triple Helix’ • Highest patent density of all European regions • State of the art R&D facilities, highly attractive learning and working environment on TU/e campus and High Tech Campus • ‘Brainport Eindhoven’


Education


TU/e study programs • 12 three-year BSc-programs in Dutch, one in English (Industrial Design) • 28 two-year MSc-programs in English, one in Dutch • 8 two-year PDEng-programs in English


TU/e teaching methods • Sound scientific foundation, depth of knowledge and competences needed to be successful in community • Notebook computer, state of the art software, wireless access, e-facilities • All study programs accredited • System for ‘Academic Competences and Quality Assurance’ as European standard


TU/e Research


Focus (1) Interdepartmental, multidisciplinary strategic research fields: • Biomedical Engineering Sciences • Broadband Telecommunication Technologies • Catalysis and Process Engineering • Logistics, Operations and Information Systems • Mechanics and Control • Nano-Engineering of Functional Materials and Devices • Plasma Physics • Polymer Science and Technology • Science and Engineering of Embedded Systems


Focus (2) • National top research schools (NRSC-Catalysis; COBRA)

• National top technology institutes (DPI; M2i) • National research schools (EIDMA; BETA; IPA; EPL; EM)


Focus (3) 6 3TU.Centres of Excellence • Bio-Nano Applications; • Dependable ICT Systems; • Ethics and Technology; • Intelligent Mechatronic Systems; • Multiscale phenomena; • Sustainable Energy Technologies.


Knowledge Valorization


TU/e knowledge valorization • Incubator beginning entrepreneurs • Knowledge and technology transfer • Public-private R&D programs and institutes


TU/e international focus • Member of European networks of universities of technology (Cluster, Cesaer) • Exclusive new network with Technische Universität München and Danmarks Tekniske Universitet • Cooperation with front-rank universities • Partnerships and joint programs with universities in China, India, etc. • Network Industrial Design


Position in international rankings • TU/e worldwide number 1 in scientific output in collaboration with industry (Source:

CWTS)

• Times: 2010 TU/e 114, best of NL • TU/e in worldwide top 20 research in ‘alternative energy’. TU/e is second European University (Source: Elsevier)


R&D infrastructure • Ultra-modern high-quality cleanroom (400 m², class 10) • High-quality technical laboratories • State-of-the-art high-tech equipment (Cyclotron, MRI scanners, electron microscopes, etc) • High-quality computational facilities • Sharing facilities with industrial laboratories and usage of the National Super Computing Facilities of the Netherlands


Facts & Figures


Facts & figures 2009 Figures 2009 Education

Research

Students

7.200

(7% international)

BSc-students MSc-students Exchange students (per year) BSc-degrees per year

4.800 2.700 490

(2% international) (16% international)

BSc-degrees per year

830

85 192 144 10 15

630

Finance

Staff Staff

3.100

(29% international)

Faculty (academic staff)

1.700 200 756 126 106

(including PDEng-fellows and PhD-fellows)

Full professors Part-time professors

PDEng-degrees per year PhD-degrees Citation impact score (1997-2004) Patent applications per year Spin offs

Total budget per year Government subsidy Income from tuition fees Income from national research grants Income from research contracts and EU-programs Other income

293 183 13 18 63 16


Key figures 2009

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Education


Research


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Research


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Overview Rankings

The World University Rankings 2010 University

THE 2010 Top-200

QS 2010

Academic Ranking of World Universities 2010

California Institute of Technology

United States

3

9 (96.46)

6

TU Eindhoven

Netherlands

114

126 (58.52)

401-500

Switzerland

15

18 (89.28)

101-150

Hong Kong

41

40 (78.67)

201-300

Germany

187

166 (51.67)

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Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Karlsruhe Institute of Technology


Leiden Crown Indicator 2010 Europe Top 250 2 UNIV COLL LONDON 3 UNIV CAMBRIDGE 4 IMPERIAL COLL LONDON 5 KATHOLIEKE UNIV LEUVEN 6 UNIV PARIS VI P&M CURIE 7 KOBENHAVNS UNIV 8 UNIV MANCHESTER 9 UNIV UTRECHT 10 UNIV MILANO 11 LMU UNIV MUNCHEN 12 KAROLINSKA INST STOCKHOLM 13 UNIV ROMA SAPIENZA 14 UNIV HELSINKI 15 LUNDS UNIV 16 UNIV AMSTERDAM 17 UNIV HEIDELBERG 18 ETH ZURICH 19 UNIV GENT 129 EINDHOVEN UNIV TECHNOL

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