Are you working on a sustainable student project as part of your studies?
Or do you have an idea for a project within social, economic, or environmental sustainability?
Then we suggest you participate in Green Challenge 2022!
Showcase your project on “Think big – Think new – Think sustainability” at the Green Challenge in Copenhagen (DTU)
Green Challenge is DTUs annual student conference to promote and increase focus on sustainability. Here, students can present their green projects to fellow students, professors, alumni, industry professionals, and politicians.
TU/e students are invited to compete with other (international) students at the Green Challenge organized by the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) on 24th of June. Specifically students of partner universities, like TU/e, are welcomed. To the International students, DTU offers an additional, interesting three-day program for free, to introduce the city of Copenhagen and the University. Alternatively it is also possible to take part in a three weeks course at DTU. For this second option a contribution in costs for accommodation needs to be paid.
Themes of the Challenge are: “Sustainability, the Environment and Climate technology”. Interesting Bachelor and Master projects as well as student team projects are targeted by this Challenge. Categorizations are used to ensure that projects are comparable. Projects need to be pitched at DTU in front of a jury.
Participants and audience of the Challenge ensure a mixture of different cultures, backgrounds, topics, research, applications, business opportunities etc. Simultaneously to the presentations of projects of students, a market is organized at which companies, institutes, municipalities etc. can present themselves to the students and others interested. The Challenge is open to General Public (as audience). This three day visit to DTU/Copenhagen offers you therefore the opportunity to meet easily with energy professionals, students, lecturers etc.
> Win cash prizes
> Get advice and feedback on your project
> Gain practical experience in areas such as communication
> Your project must relate to one or more of UN’s
Sustainable Development Goals and be made
in connection with your education.
> You must be available on the 24th of June
for the Green Challenge conference.
For participation, please send a one-page description of your project at the latest by Thursday 28th of April. EIRES of TU/e, in cooperation with Go Green Office will make a selection of projects because only a limited number of students can participate in the program for partner universities. When applying the procedure will be explained in more detail. For student team projects (e.g. Honors team) 2 students may represent the team and participate.
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