Present day energy and mobility systems are under high pressure for change due to issues like resource depletion and air pollution. How can we link to these changing markets and create new business that will transform these systems and create the smart cities of tomorrow? How to transform the current unsustainable energy and mobility practices in the city of today to create the smart cities of tomorrow?
These are two central questions that will be addressed by two innovation bootcamps for PhD candidates offered by TU Eindhoven:
- 28 November-9 December 2016: Entrepreneurial ideas and new business for energy, mobility and smart cities
- 16-27 January 2017: Transformative Approaches to energy, mobility and smart cities
The course topics span across all Focus Areas of the EuroTech Universities Alliance, especially Entrepreneurship & Innovation and Smart & Urban Mobility.
Questions and applications can be sent to email@example.com.
Deadline: 28 October 2016