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Our virtual workshop enters the second round - Be part of it!

Your ideas are too good to be forgotten.

You have always had an idea of how to revolutionise the way we work and live with plastics in a sustainable way? 

 

Then take part in our #sustainabilitychallenge: 'Reduce | Re-Use | Recycle | Recover - Strategies towards a sustainable plastics industry' and make a difference - shape the future with your innovative and sustainable ideas. 

We are always striving to develop and make our processes and products more sustainable. This is a continuous process: Innovative and sustainable ideas help us on our way. 

 

Beyond that, scientific findings are of great importance. For many years, the Indo-German Centre for Sustainability (IGCS) has supported students in developing interdisciplinary research, teaching, training and exchange in the area of sustainable development.

Jointly, we are carrying out a virtual workshop for students to develop and foster sustainable ideas. 

Take your chance for intercultural exchange and interdisciplinary learning. Moreover, you might get the opportunity to carry out a project supported by motan and the IGCS. 

Facts about the workshop at a glance

  • Date:
    2-day virtual workshop: 6th – 7th December 2022
    Presentations: 20th ­December 2022
  • Program: 
    Impulse lectures by domain experts, work in small groups on related topics and presentations
  • Target group: 
    Students from all disciplines
  • Award:
    The winner will receive a prize money and together we will support you in your project.

Interested? Then apply!

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  • Requirements: 
    Letter of motivation
    CV
    Certificate of enrolment
  • Deadline for applications: 
    31st October 2022

More information on IGCS

The Indo-German Centre for Sustainability (IGCS) is a joint Indo-German Centre developing interdisciplinary research, teaching, training and exchange in the area of sustainable development. Focus areas are Water management, Waste management, Renewable Energy, Land Use and Urban and Rural Development. The Centre aims at offering cutting-edge solutions in sustainable research through the intensification of Indo-German cooperation in key academic fields. The project is a collaboration between German TU9-Universities, Kiel University and the Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IITM).