Innovator in the Spotlight

Ayda Golahmadi EngD trainee Smart Cities and Buildings

Improving indoor air quality in schools in the Netherlands

My research is focused on improving indoor air quality (IAQ) in schools in the Netherlands as part of the ECOS-IAQ project.

Hack2Impact Health@Home

Due to the Covid measures that currently (13 November 2021) apply the hackathon is postponed to March/April 2022.

We are organizing a hackathon! Together with MIT Hacking Medicine, TU/e and Fontys, Eindhoven Engine will organize a weekend-long hackathon called Hack2Impact.

Guided by MIT Hacking Medicine experts, we would like to invite and challenge you – students and technical and medical professionals who have a passion for healthcare equity – to generate innovative and impactful new solutions for Health@Home challenges

The admission fee is 20 euros and includes materials, tools, resources, food & beverages, coaching by field experts (engineers, clinicians, entrepreneurs, programmers and designers) and a memorable experience!

Are you ready to hack to make an impact? Pre-register here to join Hack2Impact – Health@Home!

We are also looking for mentors and sponsors. Interested? Send us an email at and we will contact you to provide more information. 

Do you have friends or colleagues who also have a passion for healthcare equity? Please spread the word:

26-28 November 

TU/e Campus