29 June 2019
The Value of Waste
Although students and graduates today acquire quality knowledge from their fields of study, they have less knowledge and skills in using it when facing complex problems. One of the reasons is that complex problems do not fit the patterns students learned, another is that complex problems most often require knowledge from various disciplines. Therefore non-linear, systematic, and interdisciplinary approach is required, which represents the basis of Solution design. The problem topic of the course is focused on the value of waste, whereby waste includes anything from garbage to thoughts... and beyond!
Danijel Rebolj, Professor of Construction Informatics at University of Maribor
The target group of this summer school are prospective, curious students of all higher education levels and study fields, including engineering, natural sciences, economy, humanistics, fine arts... the more diversity, the better!
To acquire knowledge and skills of approaching complex problems in interdisciplinary international teams.
EUR 450: The fee covers accommodation, meals, materials, social events, and excursions.
Fee waivers are available upon request.
Scholarships are offered upon request. Please visit course website for details.