The Green Student Bootcamp Challenge Netherlands Tour visits Delft on Friday June 7th. In collaboration with Green Office Delft we have organised a very special session all about Nature-inspired Design Innovation.
Scroll down for more information on the program, as well as for information on how you can participate & book your space. Students from all universities are welcome to join, with 20 spaces exclusively reserved for TU Delft students.
Workshop: Lydia Fraaije from Biomimicry Nederland invites us to look to nature for sustainable solutions, and to hear how nature’s design genius is inspiring innovation for a healthy world.
Lecture: Dr. Ingrid de Pauw teaches at the faculty of Industrial Design Engineering TU Delft, and will tell us about her research into nature-inspired design, as well as its applications.
Interactive lecture: Dr. Bertus Beaumont, teaches BioLogic at the Department of Bionanoscience TU Delft, and will tell us about the course’s focus on how biological principles can be applied to achieve green technological solutions. We will meet BioLogic students, and hear from them about their entry for the Biodesign Challenge, a global challenge for university students to envision future applications of biotechnology.
Ways to participate & costs:
– TU Delft students: €5 per student. . Places to be booked by Friday 24 May. Please fill in this form to book your spot: via this form: http://bit.ly/2ZvFBqn
– Other students: €17,50 per student.Places to be booked by Friday 24 May. To book your place: firstname.lastname@example.org
– Full Green Student Bootcamp Challenge Programme (8 sessions): €85 per student, including workshop materials. Please book before Monday 29 April: email@example.com
– Flexi Programme (4 sessions): €55 per student. Participation to be confirmed 2 weeks in advance of date of sessions.Please book before Monday 29 April: firstname.lastname@example.org
For info on the full programme, see: https://bit.ly/2VGBJkc
Admissions exclusively for students in the Netherlands & advance payment confirms places.