Nottingham, United Kingdom

Engineering Research Opportunity (EROS International)

online course
when 1 July 2022 - 8 July 2022
language English
duration 1 week
credits 5 EC
fee GBP 125

A unique opportunity to work in international teams with aspiring engineers to complete tasks around sustainability supported by an academic mentor.

This one-week summer school aims to connect Engineering students from various disciplines from across the globe. In international teams, aspiring engineers will complete tasks around sustainability supported by an academic mentor. Students will present their findings during the EROS International showcase. This will provide an opportunity for students to share their findings with students around the world and staff at NTU. Therefore, students will identify within their team local/national/international sustainability challenges and current ways of how these are addressed. Students will then be tasked to develop innovative Engineering solutions for these sustainability challenges and how changes could be implemented.

Sustainability themes for the course:
• Sustainable Healthcare
• Sustainable Energy Consumption and Management
• Sustainable Product Design
• Sustainable Sanitation and Water Management
• Sustainable Production and Consumption

This course will include live sessions and activities, quizzes, tutor videos and directed discussions.

At the end of the course you will participate in a group presentation of your ideas / solutions.

Course leader

Dr Mehdi Zenali and Yvonne Reinwald are both Senior Lecturers in the Department of Engineering at Nottingham Trent University, and Dr Gaurav Verma, is a Professor in Chemical Engineering at Panjab University, India.

Target group

This course is ideal for international undergraduate engineering students.

Course aim

After studying on this course you should be able to:
• Demonstrate understanding of the role of mathematics in modern financial markets.
• Evaluate, select and implement appropriate pricing method for different financial products.
• Understand and evaluate the assumptions in financial maths modelling.
• Apply mathematical knowledge to concrete financial problems
• Present mathematical solutions correctly, concisely, and precisely.
After studying on this course you should be able to:
• Work in international teams with aspiring engineering across the global through online collaboration
• Communicate effectively in both written and oral form your understanding of global and national sustainability challenges and solutions
• Present findings to peers and professional engineers.
• Identify local/national/international sustainability challenges
• Critically evaluate current ways of addressing local/national/international sustainability challenges
• Develop innovative Engineering solutions for current sustainability challenges and how these could be implemented.

Credits info

5 EC
On successfully completing this course you will receive 5 cps recorded on an official NTU results transcript, a certificate and a digital skills badge.

Fee info

GBP 125: Tuition fee includes our exciting social and cultural programme and the opportunity to earn our Cultural Diversity Digital Badge, and the support of NTU Buddies.