Eindhoven Engine has many projects ongoing. We love to inform you about the details. You will find all project details here under 'Projects'.


The WECARE project focuses on extending human care by applying the Warm Technology concept to interactive agents, such as chatbots and companion robots.

Smart Heat Shed

The Smart Heat Shed (smart heat storage) project addresses the rapid energy transition by combining two international breakthrough technologies, a heat façade and a heat battery.


In the Powerlift innovation project, research is being done on a sustainable battery for the electric aviation industry (eFlight).


In DynaPopeX information on population dynamics is grought togethers and visualzation techniques can be used to make connections to the sources of air pollution.

Direct Air Capture 2.0

Carbyon is developing technology to capture CO2 directly from ambient air (Direct Air Capture, DAC). The captured CO2 can be converted into a renewable carbon source in various ways.


The CoLLidE project focuses on the market introduction of reusable food packaging in a living lab.


The AUXSTENT project is focussed on the development of functional prototype of a 3D-printable and bioresorbable stents.


The goal is to develop a self-learning module that can monitor and diagnose climate systems in large buildings.


Generators that consume up to 130,000 liters of diesel per event. With more than 12,000 large outdoor events in Western Europe each year, it is essential to find ways to reduce this waste and pollution.


NEON EE, part of the NEON research program that focuses on the societal challenges of climate change, clean energy and smart mobility.


VIPNOM focuses on the development of advanced noise measurement method and experiencing noise in acoustic virtual reality.

Carbyon DAC

Humanity is facing an unprecedented challenge: global warming, driven by carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from fossil sources such as oil and gas.


Efficient Comfortable School Indoor Air Quality. Installations in buildings are responsible for around 35% of all energy consumption, approximately 20% of which is due to inefficient operations.


The iHeat@Home project contributes to a breakthrough innovation in thermal energy storage: a heat battery which is better, cheaper, smaller and greener than any competitor.


POWEr FITTing optimizes the relationship between vitality and the (home) office environment through the combination of data acquisition, integration and application for the validation and acceleration of user-oriented solutions.


Smart Manufacturing aims to improve factory efficiency by optimizing production processes.

JUNO Perinatal Healthcare

The JUNO Perinatal Healthcare consortium will develop a medical device – an artificial womb – that supports the safe development of extremely premature babies outside of the womb.


The need to reduce CO2 emissions makes energy in the built environment a key issue


Human-centric lighting should benefit users, but the practicality of this is no clear-cut process. Light affects human health and wellbeing in many ways, and needs and preferences vary.

Smart TWO+

The Smart TWO project investigates the possibilities of achieving a more integral systemic framework.


Without changes to healthcare, heart disease may overwhelm the system within 10 to 20 years. SoSTRAP aims to develop a solution: a data collection and diagnosis platform which supports behavioral changes in cardiac patients through social connectedness. This complements the NWO-funded project NWO-STRAP, which looks at AI techniques for the early prediction of heart failure deterioration. The joint aim of these projects is lower treatment costs for cardiac patients and improved cardiac care.


Early stage detection is critical to halting the rise in cardiovascular diseases. Within MEDICAID (Medtech solutions for Earlier DetectIon of CArdIovascular Disease), ten PhD students and one postdoc are therefore working on unobtrusive sensing, monitoring and data analysis for earlier recognition and improved treatment.


Of all mental disorders, depression is by far the most common, and about 15-20% of all patients end up in chronic depression.


Personalized neurostimulation: HD-EEG-based transcranial stimulation to treat refractory epilepsy patients.

Smart Mobility

A) Deep Learning for Embedded Automotive Platforms B) Spread-spectrum Modulated And interfeRence resilienT RADAR

Advanced piezo-electric wafer stage

This project ‘Advanced piezo-electric wafer stage for next generation lithography and metrology application’ aims to demonstrate feasibility of an ultra-short stroke stage using light-weight and compact piezo-electric actuators instead of current electromagnetic actuators.