The Green Room aims to be a physical space where sustainability comes alive in the form of inspiring exhibitions, events, and workshops. The Green Room will serve as the central location for all sustainability-minded students, academics, and external parties on campus to come together and form a university-wide community.

You can find the Green Room across the reception of Atlas, room Atlas 0.705.

Book the Green Room

Are you planning to have a meeting about sustainability or innovation? You can book the Green Room for that! Just send us an e-mail mentioning your intended meeting topic. In the Outlook environment, you can immediately see the Green Room’s availability, so it is easy to plan your meeting. Within 24 hours of receiving your request, we will come back to you and approve your meeting.

Tip: The Green Room is also a great starting point when you want to show an external around the campus or Atlas!

Book the Green Room

GGO Opening Hours

If you have ideas to make the campus more sustainable, collaboration ideas or any other input, the Green Room across the reception of Atlas will be open every Monday and Thursday during the lunchbreak (with exception during the exam weeks and holidays).

We are looking forward to talking to you!

Opening hours: Monday and Thursday during the lunch break (12:30 – 13:30).

New Expo Coming Soon!

The Green Room Exhibitions will cover different themes within the realm of innovation for a sustainable future at TU/e. The exhibitions show work from students, researchers, spin-off companies and from the TU/e herself on all levels: research, education, valorization and management.

The new exhibition will soon be available in our Green Room on the ground floor of Atlas. Hope to see you there!

Get an impression of our previous exhibition “Fixing Fuel” (curated by the GO Green Office TU/e and designed by Volle Kracht) in the images below.

The official opening

The official opening of the Green Room took place on the 1st of June 2021. During the opening Anna Wieczorek and Dorine Peters from the TU/e gave an opening speech.