Research Programme

With the research programme 'New Horizons in Designer Materials', 4TU.HTM provides an impulse to the design of new materials and stimulates the development of new knowledge on materials in high-quality academic research.
4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen

'New Horizons in Designer Materials' aims to open new directions to design high-performance materials in a fundamental approach. The research projects within this programme should aim to act as nuclei for new academic research groups in the Netherlands for the design and development of future materials. Therefore, the projects have to be scientifically conceptual and fundamental and highly innovative and will be performed by an excellent postdoctoral researcher with the ambition and the potential for a tenured academic career in the Netherlands.

The selected research projects were introduced during the 3TU.HTM Kick-off Symposium 'Dutch Materials' in Utrecht on 6 October 2015.

'New Horizons in Designer Materials' aims to open new directions to design high-performance materials in a fundamental approach. The research projects within this programme should aim to act as nuclei for new academic research groups in the Netherlands for the design and development of future materials. Therefore, the projects have to be scientifically conceptual and fundamental and highly innovative and will be performed by an excellent postdoctoral researcher with the ambition and the potential for a tenured academic career in the Netherlands.

The selected research projects were introduced during the 3TU.HTM Kick-off Symposium 'Dutch Materials' in Utrecht on 6 October 2015.

Research Programme

'New Horizons in Designer Materials' aims to open new directions to design high-performance materials in a fundamental approach. The research projects within this programme should aim to act as nuclei for new academic research groups in the Netherlands for the design and development of future materials. Therefore, the projects have to be scientifically conceptual and fundamental and highly innovative and will be performed by an excellent postdoctoral researcher with the ambition and the potential for a tenured academic career in the Netherlands.

The selected research projects were introduced during the 3TU.HTM Kick-off Symposium 'Dutch Materials' in Utrecht on 6 October 2015.

'New Horizons in Designer Materials' aims to open new directions to design high-performance materials in a fundamental approach. The research projects within this programme should aim to act as nuclei for new academic research groups in the Netherlands for the design and development of future materials. Therefore, the projects have to be scientifically conceptual and fundamental and highly innovative and will be performed by an excellent postdoctoral researcher with the ambition and the potential for a tenured academic career in the Netherlands.

The selected research projects were introduced during the 3TU.HTM Kick-off Symposium 'Dutch Materials' in Utrecht on 6 October 2015.