A group of UT students is starting up a new ‘UNICEF student team’, now that a local UNICEF association was inactive for the last three years. They want to rekindle things with a project titled ‘Mama Lumière’ in Burundi. Chairman Aditya Pappu and Louise Rempkens (PR) about the team and their plans.
The UT is starting a new student team dedicated to biosensing. The team will participate in the annual SensUs competition which challenges students from all over the world to make biosensors for real-life applications. For its 2020 edition, the students need to develop a biosensor to help epilepsy patients.
FEST, short for Fraunhofer project center Expertise Student Team, is a new student team of the Fraunhofer Project Center at the UT. It aims to bridge the gap between students, the industry and the academia. ‘Our core activity is connecting students with both research and industry.’
Green Team Twente won the Shell Eco Marathon in their Urban Concept category yesterday. Today, the team is going for the icing on the cake, by trying to win the Drivers’ World Championship, on the same track in London.
Space Society Twente is an aspiring new student team of the University of Twente. They are now in the process of being recognised by the Student Union as an official association and want to join the student teams by the end of this academic year.
The UT student team A3T (Aerobotic Tech Team Twente) will once again compete in DroneClash, a drone battle held on Saturday in Katwijk. Will their drones fly to victory or will they literally crash and burn?
Aerobotic Tech Team Twente (A3T) has become the sixth official UT student team. The team focused on drone technology has received a final approval from the Executive Board and will now be supported by the University of Twente.
The University of Twente is developing a new policy for student teams. It will regulate how a team can become (and stay) an official student team, and therefore receive support from the UT.
Aerobotic Tech Team Twente (A3T) is attempting to become an official UT student team focused on drones. They want their drones to fight in international competitions and they offer a three year training program, to prepare their members to become ‘future leaders in the drone industry’.
Aerobotic Tech Team Twente (A3T) and Laced Horns. Those are the two UT teams competing in DroneClash, a drone battle taking place next week in Katwijk. Which one has a better chance of taking home the main prize of €30.000?
Real-life RoboWars with drones. That is DroneClash, a drone fighting event taking place on the 13th of February at a former navy base in Katwijk, where teams will battle each other and try to ‘take down everything that flies and isn’t theirs’. Among them are two teams from the University of Twente.