TU/e innovation Space operates as a student community that facilitates and supports interdisciplinary challenge-based education, engineering design, and entrepreneurship. It is a place where students learn to deal with complex societal and industrial challenges and become ‘engineers of the future’. At TU/e innovation Space, students develop innovative projects together with researchers, businesses and other stakeholders. Furthermore, it provides a space where lecturers, who develop and offer hands-on courses, are supported to innovate education.
After a one-year pilot scheme in the Gaslab building, TU/e innovation Space will celebrate its official launch in Matrix; a newly renovated building at the centre of the TU/e campus. The official opening of the new Innovation Space is on November 15. We already spoke with Isabelle Reymen, the scientific director of TU/e Innovation Space: “This is all about Student Driven Innovation.”
Here’s the whole interview in audio:
The interview was conducted by Jean-Paul Linnartz for Radio4Brainport
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