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Eindhoven, Netherlands


Often recognized as the smartest square km in Europe, High Tech Campus Eindhoven is built around an ecosystem of 235 companies with a range of application fields. Home to over 12.000 innovators, researchers, engineers that create the technologies and business of tomorrow. The Campus plays an orchestrating and leading role in the areas of Health & Vitality, Sustainability, Applied Intelligence, Smart Environments & Connectivity and Software & Platforms.

Latest Posts

On 16 May, the world came to High Tech Campus Eindhoven to celebrate women in tech, their male allies and to get a preview of what the future holds.

Breaking Barriers and Forging Paths: Key Lessons from the Fe+male Tech Heroes Conference 2023

Inspired by Einstein’s doings, findings and life philosophy of constant curiosity, creativity and problem-solving – one of the reasons he went into physics – Joseph argues that the struggles one goes through can take a positive twist if we look at them as opportunities to learn crucial skills such as empathy.

Fe+male Tech Heroes role models 42 - Joseph Zekry: "If we want to truly tackle the big challenges the world is facing, we cannot just rely on half the population"

There is a talent shortage in the Netherlands that is expected to persist until 2050. So concludes Ton Wilthagen, professor of Labor Market at Tilburg University, in the new High Tech Campus documentary The Talent Game: "Even if we attract more international knowledge workers, work more hours and involve people from the sidelines in the labor market, the talent shortage will remain."

Shortage of talent until at least 2050, women and artificial intelligence offer the solution

Will we soon be able to turn our homes and business premises into one big solar panel? This future is getting closer thanks to a special collaboration between TNO, Inbo Architects, Van der Leegte Werkt, Flexipol, and High Tech Campus Eindhoven.

Creative ivy-shaped solar panel system against facade on the High Tech Campus Eindhoven

This blog comprises a collection of articles on innovation written by Hubert Martens, the CEO and founder of Salvia BioElectronics. Originally shared on LinkedIn, Martens intended to spark a conversation about innovation and introduce the innovation model he and his team developed over their careers.

Mastering the Art of Innovation: A Guide to Building Truly Valuable Solutions for a Better Future

Relatively new to High Tech Campus, STENTiT is a medtech startup aiming to revolutionize artery intervention. Born out of technology from Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) , the company found a natural home at High Tech Campus Eindhoven to grow its business and benefit from the Brainport community.

STENTiT:  Regenerating artery health right on High Tech Campus