The project TD-Hybrids is through to final ASN Wereldprijs! The competitions know 5 themes, each with their own winner. TD-Hybrids, enrolled in the theme ‘safety and social cohesion’ will compete in the final against ‘Urban Village’. The winner takes home at least € 5.000, but also competes for the public choice award of € 5.000. Want to help support TD-Hybrids? Voting opens from the 9th until the 19th of November. Do you have five minutes to spare for a vote?
The STW Take-off program focuses on facilitating and encouraging business and entrepreneurship from the Dutch universities and research institutes recognized by NWO. This involves the creation of innovative new businesses that are gaining new knowledge via research at these universities. The Tra-Digital Hybrids project has been asked to present their business case to be considered for a half-year feasibility study financed by STW.
The ASN Bank has been looking for smart ideas to create a better world. Their competition ‘Voor de Wereld van Morgen’ gives innovative entrepeneurs a startup boost if they win. Coaching, training and publicity is part of the program and a cash prize of 40.000 will be awarded in the finale the 19th of november. In three rounds the contestants will be eliminated from 50 participants to 15 participants. Tra-Digital Hybrids is with the last 25 projects that have one last round to go before the final. For more information please also check the AASN Bank blog.
The Tra-Digital Hybrid is selected out of 130 submissions to pitch together with 14 other projects at the STW yearly congress the 5th of November. STW offers this subsidy, called ‘Open Mind’ to socially involved researchers that are full of original ideas to help the world. It gives the researcher a year to work out their idea. The prize money of 50.000 will be awarded at the final on the 5th of November.
For more information on the selected projects please check the STW Open Mind Challenge program.
The Faculty of Architecture has chosen Nadia Remmerswaal for the election of ‘Best Graduate of the TU Delft’. Every faculty of the TU Delft nominates its own best graduate and lecturer for the title ‘Best of TU Delft’. Nadia Remmerswaal was chosen with her project ‘The Tra-Digital Hybrid’ as Best Graduate of the faculty of Architecture.
The final round of the ‘Best of TU Delft’ will take place on November 28 2015 and the winners will be announced in the Aula Congress Centre.