Learn more about this challenge.
Your challenge is to design a concept that is sustainable, satisfactory to the military, and suits with the food-requirements set by the Ministry of Defence.
20 weeks of online and 4 face to face activities
The registrations are open until the 15th of December, after which the organizing staff will form the teams. The challenge starts in February 2021 and consists of 4 events, that take place over the course of 20 weeks. This is a part-time elective course. Each of the 4 face to face events will take place at a different location throughout the Netherlands, from 09:00 - 21:00! The first event starts with a sleepover at Defence! The other events take place at the univerisites. In between these events, you will continue to work on your ideas with your own team in your online learning environment.
Join the challenge, and solve a real-life problem with peers from UU, UMCU, TU/e and WUR. In addition, earn 7.5 ECTS!
The Food 4 Health and Safety Challenge gives you an opportunity to solve a real-life problem while working on your personal and professional skills. It consists of inspiring masterclasses, exciting team-building activities, and individual coaching. Join to broaden your network, collaborate with peers from different universities and get acquainted with the work field! A bonus: upon the completion of the challenge you will get 7.5 study points.
The challenge is designed for all third- year bachelor and master students of TU/e, WUR, UU and UMCU from various disciplinary backgrounds who are passionate to contribute to the challenge with a creative, out of the box mindset. The challenge calls for interdisciplinary collaboration. For this unique learning adventure we need creative-thinkers, bridge builders, team leaders and other!
The Dutch armed forces contribute to freedom, safety, and welfare in the Netherlands and abroad. When on mission and during the excercise operations they need to withstand many physical and mental challenges. Next to excellent equipment and proper training, food plays a crucial role in well-being of the military. Check out the video to find out more about this challenge.
The goal is to reduce CO2 emissions, lower food impact and use recycled and recyclable materials as well as renewable energy sources.
The goal is to enhance the food experience satisfaction. Think about the presentation, the temperature, or other elements.
The goal is to develop a user-friendly concept that is functional in supplying meals to many people. Additionally, when food is prepared in the field, the food preparation system should fit the way of operation of the military.