Can active citizens' initiatives improve environmental policy? How can the adaptation of people in India and Germany to the effects of climate change be compared? Which environmental problem should the participating universities give top priority to?
These and similar questions are the focus of the upcoming Indo-German Partnership (IGP) Student Competition of the Climate, Environment and Energy Research Group, led by Prof. Miranda Schreurs, which runs from February 15 to April 15, 2022.
Are you currently doing your Master's degree or are you a doctoral candidate at TUM, IIT Bombay or IIT Kharagpur and are interested in current environmental issues? Do you have innovative solutions that could counteract climate change? Then take part in the first IGP Student Competition of the IGP research group Climate, Environment, and Energy!
If you enjoy working in an international team and you are full of creative ideas, then this is a fantastic opportunity for you. We are looking for ambitious project groups to take on the IGP Student Competition and submit their video or podcast by April 15. Register by completing the IGP Student Competition Registration Form by March 4, 2022, to participate in the competition.
The top 3 winning teams can also expect lucrative cash prizes!
For more information visit the IGP website.