ISP (Innovation Space Project)

This course aims toward challenge-based, project-based learning in interdisciplinary student teams, working on open-ended assignments in close interaction with high-tech companies and societal organizations. It combines the design and engineering of a product/service/system and new business development. The course involves no lectures, but studio style group work, self-study and personal and team development. Several out-of-the box workshops will be given (effectual cooking, survival game, Woensel West validation, visual thinking, book-a-ton, pitching training, dare-to-fail workshop, and tools workshop). Students are in the lead in their learning processes. The course is part of educational innovation in TU/e innovation Space, which is modelled after Aalto University’s Design Factory, Parsons Paris' Makelab and Civic design lab, Stanford University’s D. School, and MIT’s Media Lab.


Quartile 1 and 2credits
DSP100 - TU/e innovation Space project10
Quartile 3 and 4 
1ZM150 - Innovation Space project10


2018-2019 semester 2

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