The TU/e has a wide variety of student teams that work on challenges regarding sustainability, artificial intelligence (AI), health care, mobility and much more. The teams work on extraordinary projects, such as a tiny house on wheels that is driven by solar energy, a car made of trash, sustainable houses, an electrical plane, biosensors, an electric, autonomous car, or renewed energy sources.
TU/e Student teams are a unique learning environment where students can learn and apply the skills needed for their future career, and can pursue their dream when it comes to contributing to a better, sustainable future and making a real impact. It also offers the opportunity to follow up on ideas and projects initiated in courses and to grow a network of fellow students engaged in similar topics. Working in a student team makes students connected to entrepreneurial innovation ecosystems in which they can excel and can speed up their development. The student teams program is part of an innovative way of education: Challenge Based Learning where theory can be put into practice.
TU/e has versatile student teams that tackle various challenges that society faces. Some of the teams participate in international competitions while others organize a competition or develop their prototypes and reveal those to the world in order to inspire industry and policy makers and show them how certain challenges can be solved in an innovative way.