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The Collider at TUM is organized by Prof. Stefan Wurster, Professorship of Policy Analysis at the TUM School of Governance, in cooperation with the TUM Global & Alumni Office and multiple departments at TUM. We will ensure a strong connection to Entrepreneurship education in with the UnternehmerTUM as well as industry partners in the Munich eco-system.

It will run between March and May 2022 and is open to all TUM students across disciplines, as well as learners outside the university. Soon you will find detailed information and registration modalities on the TUM Global EuroTeQ Website.  

The Collider at TU/e is offered as a modular CBL Experience with both an extra-curricular and a curricular component. In Q1 we offer a serres of four extra-curricular masterclasses to support participants in: identifying the problem, validating the problem, exploring potential solutions, and taking the first steps to validate your solutions. In Q2 we offer a 5-credit follow-up course to take the project further, develop an entrepreneurial mindset and get the tools to validate potential solutions.

For more information on the EuroTeQ Collider at TU/e, please visit our local TU/e EuroTeQ Website

The Collider at DTU is organized by DTU Skylab where one can bring ideas and waste projects from DTU courses or co-curricular events and enter them into the ‘collider’ a 5-day innovation sprint. Each day contains a workshop to provide tools & frameworks to advance your ideas. Includes building your network with waste industry experts as mentors & coaches.

EuroTeQ waste challenges have been developed with different industry collaborators and integrated in various DTU open innovation courses. Additionally, it is possible to register if you have previously worked on a waste project / case that aims to leave no waste behind in cities, consumption or energy.

To find out more contact the local DTU Collider project manager, cjes@dtu.dk

At École Polytechnique, the next Collider will run from March to May 2023. During the planned 8-weeks project period, participants will work in teams and take part in various activities encouraging creativity and innovation. Professors and experts from the professional world will offer their advice as the teams take up the Collider challenges related to the theme « Leave no waste behind ». 

The challenges co-defined by researchers, professors, and industry partners will allow for a unique experimental learning opportunity in a multicultural environment. Participants get the chance to apply their knowledge to concrete real-world problems and earn ECTS upon completion of the Collider

For further information or to get involved, please get in touch with Élise Herlicq.

The EuroTeQ Collider at CTU is planned as a six-day event taking place in two sessions. Students work together in Rysovna at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering. The communication between students, teachers, companies, and interested people will be organized in present form, and additionally through Microsoft Teams and Discord. Coordination and guidance will be given by members of the EuroTeQ Collider core team at CTU.

For more information on the EuroTeQ Collider at CTU, please visit CTU EuroTeQ Website.

The second EuroTeQ Collider at TalTech runs from September to November as a new open course, “Green Deal Collider: Sustainable Futures” (3 ECTS). It is based on the principles of problem-based and project-based learning with the purpose of supporting university employees and students in promoting science-based entrepreneurship and developing technically feasible and economically viable products, services and business models for implementing the European Green Deal.

For more information on the EuroTeQ Collider at TalTech, please visit the TalTech EuroTeQ Website.

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EuroTeQ – a prestige project of the European Commission

The European Universities Initiative is one of the European Commission’s most prestigious funding schemes. The objective of this instrument is to establish ambitious European university alliances over the next few years that will make the European university landscape even stronger. The EU is funding EuroTeQ as part of its European Universities programme over three years with around five million euros through Erasmus+ and two million euros from Horizon 2020.

Co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union

Co-funded by the Horizon 2020 Programme of the European Union

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