Students work in international and multidisciplinary project teams (3-5 students) on issues of
local industrial partners (Toulouse/Alkmaar) related to smart machining or
After a joint hybrid
kick-off, the students attend virtual classes and project consultations
together, culminating in an online presentation.
The assignment encourages
mutual dependency based on their own educational discipline and level. In
addition to content, the acquisition of international competencies is central,
as well as working and communicating with others in a multicultural,
international, and multidisciplinary environment. Depending on the question and
topic, they will provide a design, prototype, complex calculation, improvement
proposal, or implementation plan with a presentation at the end of the project.