Masterstudenten presenteren scripties voor Europees Smart City-project

http://www.verkeerskunde.nl/scriptieonderzoekers-presenteren-voor-europees.50858.lynkx

Participants

  • Guillermo Beuchat
    Role: Alumni
    Reference type: Referenced
  • Fenna Levenbach
    Role: Alumni
    Reference type: Referenced
  • Johannes Andriessen
    Role: Alumni
    Reference type: Referenced
  • Damiën Horsten
    Role: Alumni
    Reference type: Referenced
  • Jan Mariniak
    Role: Alumni
    Reference type: Referenced
  • Merle Stadhouders
    Role: Alumni
    Reference type: Referenced
  • Daniel Rustenberg
    Role: Alumni
    Reference type: Referenced
  • Tobias Brandt
    Role: Faculty
    Reference type: Referenced
  • Koen Dittrich
    Role: Faculty
    Reference type: Referenced
  • Eric van Heck
    Role: Faculty
    Reference type: Referenced
  • Erasmus Centre for Future Energy Business
    Role: Programme/Centre/Department
    Reference type: Referenced

Media outlets

  • Verkeerskunde (Online)

Description

Masters students from RSM have researched innovative, smart and sustainable city developments for Rotterdam in the European Smart City project RUGGEDISED®. The Erasmus Centre for Future Energy Business leads the extensive interdisciplinary research programme of the consortium. Guillermo Beuchat, Fenna Levenbach, Johannes Andriessen, Damiën Horsten, Jan Mariniak, Merle Stadhouders and Daniel Rustenberg are the students who took part in the project, and all will be graduating on 30 September at De Doelen in Rotterdam. 

Masters students from RSM have researched innovative, smart and sustainable city developments for Rotterdam in the European Smart City project RUGGEDISED®. The Erasmus Centre for Future Energy Business leads the extensive interdisciplinary research programme of the consortium. Guillermo Beuchat, Fenna Levenbach, Johannes Andriessen, Damiën Horsten, Jan Mariniak, Merle Stadhouders and Daniel Rustenberg are the students who took part in the project, and all will be graduating on 30 September at De Doelen in Rotterdam.