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Responsible Sustainability Challenge (2)

Edition 2023-2024

4TU.Responsible Sustainability Challenge (2023-2024)

The 4TU.Responsible Sustainability Challenge is an initiative of the 4TU.Centres High-Tech Materials, Energy and Ethics & Technology. It is a 15 ECTS project for Master Honours students (or students on a similar track).

After the succes of the pilot track (2022-2023), we are happy to announce a new track of the 4TU.RSC 2023-2024, bringing academia to industry. In this edition, the 4TU Alliance on Energy Access is involved; they have representatives in the core team of teachers.


During this track three student teams work on challenges together with representatives from:


Live event TU Delft



Live event 4TU.RSC - Eindhoven University of Technology - 8 February 2024
4TU.Energy has successfully hosted the first live event (after the kick-off event of 16 November 2023) of the 4TU.RSC track 2023-2024 at Eindhoven University of Technology, with the theme of Entrepreneurship. Looking back at this half-day event at Eindhoven University of Technology, we've seen  interactive presentations and enthusiastic students, and a great team of core teachers and organizers from the UTwente Honours Office and the 4TU.Centres involved.

More information & photos: website 4TU.Energy, LinkedIn Post 4TU.Energy


Programme Live event TU/e

Programme Kick-off event

Core team

Dr. ir. Shoshan Abrahami
Mechanical Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering, TU Delft
Dr. ir. Maja Rücker
Mechanical Engineering, Energy Technology, TU Eindhoven Mina Shahi
Engineering Technology, Thermal Engineering, UTwente
Dr. Henny Romijn
4TU Alliance on Energy Access, Technology Innovation & Society, TU Eindhoven
Dr. Nowella Anyango-van Zwieten
4TU Alliance on Energy Access, Environmental Sciences, WUR
Dr. ir. Elham Shirazi
Engineering Technology, Advanced Manufacturing, Sustainable Products & Energy Systems, UTwente