What can universities gain by collaborating in university alliances? How can alliances aid universities in becoming responsible co-creators with other societal actors? What are the opportunities for co-creative learning formats, such as challenge-based learning, and how can they be implemented across universities?
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Paul Koenraad, dean of graduate school at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), who leads TU/e’s work in the EuroTeQ Engineering University Alliance.
Sebastian Pfotenhauer, Carl von Linde professor for innovation research at the Technical University of Munich.
The meeting takes place as part of the BoostEuroTeQ research meeting in Eindhoven, and will be moderated by Lukas Fuchs, postdoctoral research fellow at TU/e.
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BoostEuroTeQ project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 101035802