Content: Students work on the course individually or in small groups with an aim of developing a material or product of renewable carbon sources. The course is student-driven, and the role of the tutors is to support students’ working process. Short joint meetings will be organized for students to share the progress in their projects.
• In depth knowledge on selected biobased materials and technologies
• Knowledge on planning, executing, documenting, communicating, and presenting experimental working processes and results in a professional way
• Ability to develop innovative ideas through interdisciplinary collaboration, experimenting with materials and hands-on prototyping
Evaluation criteria: Idea development and working process (50%), documentation of the working process and results (project report) (25%), outcome and seminar presentation (25%).