Student-Led Sustainable Innovation

To contribute to a sustainable economy and a green transition, we will substantially increase our number of graduates with entrepreneurial and, more globally, innovation skills and experience. Europe is going to be the world’s first climate-neutral continent by 2050.

We will contribute to making this a just and socially-fair green transition, by launching sustainable innovation activities such as the Circle U. Challenge, in cooperation with businesses, public institutions and civil society actors.

Circle U. Challenge will bring together the best of our active pedagogical practices to empower our students. We also want to contribute to a better gender balance amongst innovators and entrepreneurs by creating a Female Founder Network across universities, including both graduate and postgraduate students. With this network, we will support the current female founders among our students as well as use them to motivate more female students to engage in innovation and entrepreneurship.

These are the Chairs working with Student-Led Sustainable Innovation

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Taran Thune is professor of innovation studies at the Center for Technology, Innovation and Culture at the University of Oslo.
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Amélie Jacquemin is professor of entrepreneurship at the Louvain School of Management and academic head of the incubator for student entrepreneurial projects on the FUCaM Mons campus.
Profile picture of Vesna Damnjanovic
Vesna Damnjanovic is the Founder and Managing Director of the Belgrade Business International Case Competition among the top 10 case competitions in the world.
Profile picture of Dusko Ilic
Dusko Ilic graduated Medical School and Molecular Biology in Belgrade, Serbia, and obtained Ph.D. at the University of Tokyo, Japan.
Profile picture of Nicolas Loménie
Nicolas Loménie PhD., Eng., is a teacher-researcher in Artificial Intelligence and Computer Vision at the Université de Paris.
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Morten Foss heads a research group at iNANO containing strong interdisciplinary competences focusing on surfaces/interfaces related to biomedical applications.
Published Nov. 24, 2020 9:40 AM - Last modified Oct. 25, 2021 9:26 AM