Tomorrow’s Vehicles: Challenge for Industry and University
The Green DRIVE Project held the Conference Tomorrow’s Vehicles: Challenge for Industry and University in Antwerp, Belgium from 22-23 September 2016.
The aim of the Conference was to bring together people from Industry and Higher Education to discuss the needs of the automotive industry and the challenges for Higher Education to fulfill these needs and to enhance research collaboration.
During the two days, 20 speakers made great presentations. They highlighted how the Joint Master’s Degree in Sustainable Automotive Engineering (JMDSAE) is a relevant answer to the needs of the automotive industry of the future.
Conference title: Introduction Day 2 – Tomorrows Vehicles: Challenges for Industry and University
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