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.
Human-centric lighting should benefit users, but the practicality of this is no clear-cut process.
Early stage detection is critical to halting the rise in cardiovascular diseases.
NEON EE, part of the NEON research program that focuses on the societal challenges of climate change, clean energy and smart mobility. The models, or digital twins, being developed provide information on ways to reduce CO2.
Of all mental disorders, depression is by far the most common, and about 15-20% of all patients end up in chronic depression.
Epilepsy affects roughly 120,000 patients in the Netherlands, making it the most common neurological disorder.
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.
In the PowerLift innovation project, research is being done on a sustainable battery for the electric aviation industry (eFlight).
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.